Ishwar Das Pawar’s Book “My Struggle in Life” is a Philosophical, In-Depth Autobiography That Delves into the Ideas of Poverty, Success and Courage

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Recent release “My Struggle in Life” from Page Publishing author Ishwar Das Pawar is both captivating and cultural; this work details a life injustice, discrimination and inequality.

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Ishwar Das Pawar, an educated writer and author, gracefully shared in his book “My Struggle in Life”: a gripping and potent story of a career bedeviled by social injustice, official apathy and political victimization. It is the story of an honest man, imbued with the spirit of love and equal rights for all sections of society.

“Autobiographical writing is generally an exercise in self-glorification. Even when an egoist traces his humble beginnings, some elements of self-aggrandizement are bound to enter the scheme of things. Mr. I.D. Pawar’s reminiscences, however, are a category apart. Born an untouchable, he rose from a village urchin, shunned, belabored and looked down upon by other boys to retire as a District and Sessions Judge. A simple account of a long-drawn-out battle, a labor-some ascent punctuated by ups and downs, upheavals and turbulences, “My Struggle in Life” is a heroic saga. I.D. Pawar has a plain and unadorned style, a rational and detached narrative technique, a kind of realism which borders on reportage rather than on literature,” said Satyapal Anand, Director of Correspondence Courses at Punjab University.

Published by New York City-based Page Publishing, Ishwar Das Pawar’s poignant tale will enlighten and provoke the reader’s emotions.

"My Struggle in Life" is set in Revolutionary India, the narrative of Ishwar Das Pawar connects readers to his life as an untouchable, his station in life and how he managed to rise above with tenacity and hope. From Pawars impoverished family seeking out Christian missionaries for Pawar’s education to Pawar’s reflecting on the corruption in India as a District and Sessions Judge, the book strikes a thoughtful but urgent tone for anyone facing oppression. His call to arms, as Pawar referenced Vivekananda, “Arise, awake and stop not till the goal is achieved!”, is for anyone facing struggles in his/her life and his book a beautiful lesson in how to bring change when it seems so little can be done.

Readers who wish to experience this inspiring work can purchase “My Struggle in Life” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

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