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प्रकाशक : डायमंड पॉकेट बुक्स प्रकाशित वर्ष : 2011
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आईएसबीएन :9788128836336

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A gripping story on the interwoven events and thoughts plaguing today’s age India by the author of the Managemant Fiction book ‘Big Boss’.

The Black Snow - A Hindi Book by MVP

Consequent to the India’s current state of affairs with respect to corruption and Misgovernance, even the ‘snow’ has turned Black - the obvious have also lost its credibility.

Based in the vibrant, cosmopolitan, Millennium city, Gurgoan, the saga is a flashback fiction constructed in the year 2063 - fifty years after India was colonized again.

In one of the prison cell of India, few kids have been detained from their school and tortured by the colonizers. An old man is also in the same cell as them. They interact amongst each other, and the old man who they call grandpa narrates a story from a book - dnational ntwork - authored by Dev on how two young gals and four young guys have tried to alert the country’s leadership way back in 2012 on the dire states of of country’s affairs due to corrupt malpractices and predicted a possible acquisition of the nation by a foreign country.

Apparently the old man, Arjun Kapoor, is the son of the couple - Dev and Juhi - owner of a paying guest house in gurgoan inhabited by all the six young fellas during 2011-2012.

Arya - a 20-year-old AMBITIOUS Robotics Scientist from Kolkata
Chunna - a 18-year-old MISLED call center employee from Bhubaneswae
Dbwani - a 30-year-old NAIVE Dowry and Domestic Voilence victim from Faridabad
Jacob - a 22-year-old SULKING Advertising professional from Mumbai
Suri - a 21-year-old FIREBRAND North East crusader from Assam
Vamsee - a 21-year-old DOCILE Google aspirant and an RTI Activist from Hyderabad

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