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The Memsaheb by Author Rashmi Singh released on 30th August 2016 at Delhi Book Fair, Pragati Maidan

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The Memsaheb by Author Rashmi Singh released on 30th August 2016 at Delhi Book Fair, Pragati Maidan

Rashmi Singh is an author not by chance but by birth. With six books in the market, Rashmi Singh has never tied herself to any particular genre. A well known figure in the literary world, The Memsaheb is her seventh book and fifth fiction.

The renowned author of Bihar, Rashmi Singh again gives a new creation to the world of Literature and Publishing.
Rashmi Singh the talented author from Patna has once again made her home town proud.  Her recent novel The Memsaheb was released in New Delhi World Book Fair, 2016 at Conversations (Author's Corner) by Lifi Publications. Revolving around Women Power this is her seventh book and fourth fiction. An alumnus of Notre Dame Patna, Loreto Convent Ranchi and PWC (Avila Convent) Patna, Rashmi Singh is a Literary Genius who is  constantly  making her state Bihar proud. Shortlisted and selected by National Book Trust of India, Singh spoke about her Literary Journey in the same World Book Fair 2015 at Reflections (Author's Corner).

Both the Book Launch and her revelations about her journey in the field of Publishing can be watched on youtube.

Short Description of the Book The Memsaheb by  Rashmi Singh
"Helped by a young British officer Steven Smith to escape the heinous and brutal massacre at Mangadh on 17th November, 1913, she was emotionally and physically trapped by ‘Amma’, the shrewd caretaker of Jharkhand’s Nawab. Forcibly married to the Nawab of Jharkhand, self-exploration of life leads her into the arms of the handsome Rehan Khan who falls in love with this thin, dusky woman after being jilted by his beautiful British beloved, Anna Thomas. Deserted and cheated by her eunuch Guru, Naseeba Miyaan, destiny brings her to share a dangerously passionate relationship with Steven Smith, her saviour of Mangadh massacre. Though addicted to wines, she was valiant and the queen of hearts who avenges her mother’s rape and her clan’s massacre at Mangadh from the Bhuretias…the angrez... She was ‘The Memsaheb’!"

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