When the Road Beckons

When the Road Beckons by Ravi Manoram

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Language English
Contributor(s) Ravi Manoram
Binding Paperback
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Product Details
Language English
Publication Date 2016
Publisher Ravman Books
Contributor(s) Ravi Manoram
Binding Paperback
Edition First
Page Count 268
ISBN 9352352440

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When the Road Beckons’ is an inspiring odyssey that promises to transform a generation. Caught in the inescapable hurricane of life,the protagonist decides to snap out of the everyday mendacity and go on a 4000 km motorbike journey across Ladakh. Little does he know whether he can complete this arduous and uncertain journey and finds himself struggling with the whims and fancies of the mountain. But soon, his journey transforms into a metamorphic one, unsettling the dusts in his mind and teaching him invaluable lessons. The changing landscapes take him on a quest to discover his true identity as he learns to break free and introspect. He finds a connection to his past and finds his way to build his future, the future he always wanted to build but never had the courage to do so. He learns to annihilate the impediments on his path to creativity and entrepreneurship which were created by fear and uncertainty and goes on to follow his bliss. 'When the Road Beckons' is not merely a travelogue but a valuable read for anyone on a quest for meaning of life but is afraid to step into the unknown. It's a story that will take you to that one person whom you are quite eager to discover. And that person is You. About the author Ravi is an alumnus of Delhi College of Engineering, New Delhi and Faculty of Management Studies(FMS), Delhi University, Delhi. Unlike his contemporaries, he chose to follow where the wind in his sails took him. Today, he is an author, educator and an entrepreneur and is the founder of Ravman OPC Pvt. Limited. Other than writing, Ravi is also passionate about music and traveling and feels that traveling has a deeper connection that is intertwined with a man’s very own existence.

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