Fantastic Five Fictions

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WestBow Press, Oct 1, 2012 - Fiction - 692 pages
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This book deals about blindly following the Western way of life since according to ancient texts of Hinduism, the four races which existed in Jam-bu Dweeb in which one of the continent Bharath. In that four pure races, white, red, yellow, and black, which mixed to form Asians, Chinese, European, and African races, which respectively are thinkers (white), red (administrators and executors), yellow (wealth creators), black (good and excellent working people). Therefore, after the mix, everybody slowly follows Western civilization without knowing the repercussion of terrorists, financial crisis, breaking of family, and easy way of making money by fraudulent means. All the five fiction stories revolve around these problems.

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Author Ramaswamy Subbaraman (Vairam) was born at Allur, a village in Trichirappalli Dist, Tamil Nadu, India. He studied in St. Joseph's from school to college. He worked as a software professional for more than twenty-five years in various MNC companies. He is currently working as freelance professional. He's interested in all subjects that concern humanity welfare and harmony. His father is S. Ramaswamy, a chartered accountant.

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