Genre: Non-Fiction, Pages: 229, Binding: Paperback, ISBN: 978-93-84923-18-1
The Author, a retired banking professional, gives a fresh-in-memory description of events right from childhood to the retirement from the biggest bank in the country and beyond also. Written from first person perspective in simple and elegant language, the author travels through the suppression syndrome in his childhood to the flamboyant college days and vividly describing contemporary banking practices interspersed with humour. Narrations include roller coaster and spine- chilling events reverberating his personal and banking life including a tribute to the Bank from his home maker. The book stamped with the reminiscences of traditional and manual banking concepts packed with vast experience, is a must read for bankers and other readers with built-in cherishing memoirs for the young tech-savvys.