Dancing with Maharaja - in IAS exam gullies



Dancing with Maharaja - in IAS exam gullies Set In The Late S And The Millennium Year, Dancing With Maharaja Is About How Satish The Only Son Of Rajaraman, A Rich Liquor Shop Owner In Madurai And Rated Beyond Repair By All His School And College Teachers Much Against His Will Finds Himself In The Streets Of Old Rajinder Nagar Teeming With Tea Shops, Rooms On Rent, Book Stalls And IAS Coaching Institutes And What Is In Store For Him In The Demanding And Eventful Journey Of IAS ExamsWoven Around The Rigorous IAS Exam Schedule Of Prelims Mains Interview, The Story Captures The Life Style Of The Civil Service Aspirants And Explores The Myriad Hues And Shades Of All That Go Into Making The Steel Frame Of The Country

  • Paperback
  • 207 pages
  • Dancing with Maharaja - in IAS exam gullies
  • Sundar
  • English
  • 28 October 2019

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10 thoughts on “Dancing with Maharaja - in IAS exam gullies

  1. says:

    The book was good but I think it belittles the preparation that an aspirant does to crack the exam Maybe Satish cracking the exam in the second attempt would have madesense.Nevertheless the book correctly describes the sacrifices that have to be made in order to clear the exam.

  2. says:

    An oversimplified view of the life of a UPSC aspirant The story is filled with cliches It maybe motivating for some, but nothing of real value here.

  3. says:

    It would been a good read if you would have read it at least 10 15 years ago That s the thing with some books, might be a great one in its days, but as times passes, readers evolve and old formulas don t work any.The plot is a filmy story about our spoilt good for nothing protagonist Satish to whom IAS doesn t mean anything but because of his adamant father s wishes, he gets to the IAS Gullies of Delhi.While the struggles of UPSC preparation and the years people spend for it, are portrayed It would been a good read if you would have read it at least 10 15 years ago That s the thing with some books, might be a great one in its days, but as times passes, readers evolve and old formulas don t work any.The plot is a filmy story about our spoilt good for nothing protagonist Satish to whom IAS doesn t mean anything but because of his adamant father s wishes, he gets to the IAS Gullies of Delhi.While the struggles of UPSC preparation and the years people spend for it, are portrayed quite honestly, but the way with which our hero qualifies each hurdle one after the other with so much ease, undermines the pains of countless aspirants who put in their lives to it.The book has very simple language, somewhat of a filmy plot and predictable cliches, if you like those sort of stories you can read it

  4. says:

    An Inspirational novel written by Sundar, a Civil Servant The story is about Satish, who was not at all interested on Civil Service He was pushed to the Civil Service Coaching gully of New Delhi by his father Sunderrajan, a wine shop owner at Madurai The Aspiration of Satish changed after the cyclone flood at Puri, Orrisa now Odisha A recommendad book to graduates final year students of Engineering and other Graduations An Inspirational novel written by Sundar, a Civil Servant The story is about Satish, who was not at all interested on Civil Service He was pushed to the Civil Service Coaching gully of New Delhi by his father Sunderrajan, a wine shop owner at Madurai The Aspiration of Satish changed after the cyclone flood at Puri, Orrisa now Odisha A recommendad book to graduates final year students of Engineering and other Graduations

  5. says:

    This book takes you through your journey of UPSC preparation Every UPSC aspirant can relate to the story in some way or other The story leaves you re energised Worth read for everyone associated with UPSC preparation.

  6. says:

    A nice book which let you feel the stages of IAS preparation Moments which give adrenaline rush to the body and one feel like the part of story Little slow in middle with a lot of dull pages where you actually feel like stop reading it sometimes.

  7. says:

    Dancing With Maharaja, a fantastic debut novel by a prolific writer Sundar Every generation of fathers impose their dreams upon their progeny.Satish, the protagonist is also not exception, and he too ran after chasing his father s dream relinquishing his own ambitions The novel narrates the journey of a hopeless and pampered son of a rich liquor contractor to his achievement of becoming IAS The story is well written in lucid languages The readers nowhere feel boredom while the flowing in Dancing With Maharaja, a fantastic debut novel by a prolific writer Sundar Every generation of fathers impose their dreams upon their progeny.Satish, the protagonist is also not exception, and he too ran after chasing his father s dream relinquishing his own ambitions The novel narrates the journey of a hopeless and pampered son of a rich liquor contractor to his achievement of becoming IAS The story is well written in lucid languages The readers nowhere feel boredom while the flowing in the storyline The beauty of the novel is that the author is in his own style and absolutely free from Chetan Bhagat effect which is prevalent in budding young writers of these days This novel of Sundar augurs well for abstaining from introducing sex or love making scenes just to prepare a saleable stuff The last scene of DWM reminds me a little bit O Henry endings Lastly, while reading this novel every IAS aspirant will see himself as Satish toiling hard to achieve his goal and having a longing for a Payal

  8. says:

    An overly clich d book on Indian Administrative Services exam preparation that fails to impress The descriptions about the preparation phase are so generic that one could easily write a book on student struggle for JEE, NEET etc by replacing all IAS with JEE or NEET , and not change the plotline significantly.

  9. says:

    IAS aspirants will relate to every page of this novel.The challenge must be to write a novel based on civil service exams preparation that appeals to the common populace and this novel fails on that count.

  10. says:

    although i am no way concerned with ias prep,the book could keep me gripped.its a routine filmy story with a fairy tale ending.But deep down it inspirres you in a strange way to achieve sumthing in life

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