An Inspiring Story of Mr Kamal Sanwariya From Big Bazaar Jaipur Store The year was 2020 when I picked up the pen and decided to write my own story on my own terms My name is Kamal Sanwariya and I am an author a cashier and a seeker My family is from Sikar a neighboring district They moved to Jaipur 30 years ago and that s where I was born My father is a scrap dealer and my mother is the house queen I will never forget the day I started working at Big Bazaar I was so happy and excited to begin my new job as a cashier I felt financially stable and life was going well When the country went into lockdown I decided to try my hand at writing I watched plenty of YouTube videos and started reading novels of renewed writers like Chetan Bhagat Ravinder Singh Durjoy Datta Soon after I started to pen down my thoughts and started writing a novel called Love Express a story about two strangers whose lives collide over one chaotic 24 hour period in Mumbai After a year of writing I showed my book to my colleagues To my joy and surprise they liked it Their enthusiasm was contagious and encouraged me to keep writing I also wrote a short novel about falling in love in a phone booth STD Wala Love I aspire to be a great writer one day and create stories that are good enough to sit on the bookshelf or are binge watch worthy My passion is to develop stories and characters that resonate with my audience At present I m trying to get my novel published since I can t afford the expenses of self publishing But I won t give up I m simultaneously learning script writing from every resource possible so I can write for movies and web series someday I plan to write more novels on mythology on women s hardship in today s world and make my voice heard I dream of someday having my books published and my web series released globally in many languages so that one day people will see my work and feel emotionally connected with the characters Like Missile man Dr APJ Abdul Kalam once said You have to dream before your dreams can come true I live by these words every single day

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#HumansOfBigBazaar - An Inspiring Story of Mr. Kamal Sanwariya From Big Bazaar Jaipur Store.

The year was 2020 when I picked up the pen and decided to write my own story on my own terms. My name is Kamal Sanwariya, and I am an author, a cashier, and a seeker.

My family is from Sikar, a neighboring district. They moved to Jaipur 30 years ago, and that’s where I was born. My father is a scrap dealer, and my mother is the house queen.

I will never forget the day I started working at Big Bazaar. I was so happy and excited to begin my new job as a cashier. I felt financially stable and life was going well.

When the country went into lockdown, I decided to try my hand at writing. I watched plenty of YouTube videos and started reading novels of renewed writers like Chetan Bhagat, Ravinder Singh, Durjoy Datta. Soon after, I started to pen down my thoughts and started writing a novel called Love Express - a story about two strangers whose lives collide over one chaotic 24 hour period in Mumbai. After a year of writing, I showed my book to my colleagues. To my joy and surprise, they liked it. Their enthusiasm was contagious and encouraged me to keep writing. I also wrote a short novel about falling in love in a phone booth (STD Wala Love).

I aspire to be a great writer one day and create stories that are good enough to sit on the bookshelf or are binge-watch-worthy. My passion is to develop stories and characters that resonate with my audience.

At present, I'm trying to get my novel published since I can't afford the expenses of self-publishing. But, I won't give up. I'm simultaneously learning script-writing from every resource possible, so I can write for movies and web series someday. I plan to write more novels on mythology, on women's hardship in today's world — and make my voice heard.
I dream of someday having my books published, and my web series released globally in many languages so that one-day people will see my work and feel emotionally connected with the characters.

Like Missile man Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam once said, “You have to dream before your dreams can come true.” I live by these words every single day.

#HumansOfBigBazaar - An Inspiring Story of Mr. Kamal Sanwariya From Big Bazaar Jaipur Store. The year was 2020 when I picked up the pen and decided to write my own story on my own terms. My name is Kamal Sanwariya, and I am an author, a cashier, and a seeker. My family is from Sikar, a neighboring district. They moved to Jaipur 30 years ago, and that’s where I was born. My father is a scrap dealer, and my mother is the house queen. I will never forget the day I started working at Big Bazaar. I was so happy and excited to begin my new job as a cashier. I felt financially stable and life was going well. When the country went into lockdown, I decided to try my hand at writing. I watched plenty of YouTube videos and started reading novels of renewed writers like Chetan Bhagat, Ravinder Singh, Durjoy Datta. Soon after, I started to pen down my thoughts and started writing a novel called Love Express - a story about two strangers whose lives collide over one chaotic 24 hour period in Mumbai. After a year of writing, I showed my book to my colleagues. To my joy and surprise, they liked it. Their enthusiasm was contagious and encouraged me to keep writing. I also wrote a short novel about falling in love in a phone booth (STD Wala Love). I aspire to be a great writer one day and create stories that are good enough to sit on the bookshelf or are binge-watch-worthy. My passion is to develop stories and characters that resonate with my audience. At present, I'm trying to get my novel published since I can't afford the expenses of self-publishing. But, I won't give up. I'm simultaneously learning script-writing from every resource possible, so I can write for movies and web series someday. I plan to write more novels on mythology, on women's hardship in today's world — and make my voice heard. I dream of someday having my books published, and my web series released globally in many languages so that one-day people will see my work and feel emotionally connected with the characters. Like Missile man Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam once said, “You have to dream before your dreams can come true.” I live by these words every single day.

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