There are many common men in India or the world, for that matter. But every common person has a special story to tell.
Shashi Patel is a common Indian man with an extraordinary story. His memoir ‘A Common Indian Man’ reminds us that one may be born with the stamp of a commoner, but his efforts will eventually put him in the spotlight.
Shashi was born a commoner in a small village called Kaliari. His parents played a key role in developing his strong personality as they had the power to remain happy even in times of extreme poverty.
The autobiography walks you through Shashi’s life from childhood to marriage and after. He mentions every important moment in his life in great detail so that the reader can empathise with how a person from a financially weak background feels when life around him changes for the good. How he mentions his supportive wife – Mina, his first look at his lovely daughter, and the relief of building a successful coffee franchise, is all so vivid that you would feel as if you are there.
The author’s journey as a businessman started with his coffee franchise business that soon grew into other categories, but he cherishes each venture as the most precious. What made it possible for him were his parents, wife and children.
Shashi’s success as a family man and an entrepreneur is a lesson for anybody who thinks that both are mutually exclusive.
Shashi Patel has shown in his memoir that a common Indian man can be more special than you can imagine. Grab a copy of this beautiful autobiography today!
‘A Common Indian Man’ is self-published by Shashi Patel.