"A good book is a powerful tool of transformation" - Rakhi Kapoor


ABOUT THE AUTHOR:

Rakhi Kapoor is a Bengali. She lived for a short while in various parts of India but spent most of her life in Chennai. Rakhi Kapoor is an accomplished Physiotherapist and counsellor. Rakhi’s traumatic encounters during her difficult pregnancy and childbirth motivated her to create Dwi Maternity Studio, a centre for expecting couples attending her antenatal program.

Rakhi’s career as an author started in the year 2017 with her first book. The girl who was left behind. She has been nicknamed a serial author by her publishing team. By the end of 2019, Rakhi would have published 11 books. From a book on pregnancy for fathers to be to Childbirth for expecting women, books based on the Epics like Ramayan and Krishna consciousness to short and fun reads on relationships that speak about marriage, breakups and unsolicited advices, Rakhi loves writing books that belong to various genres.

The purpose of her writing is to start a rebellion within each individual so that they can live their life to their greatest potential and make their dreams come true. As much as Rakhi loves staying indoors engrossed in writing she loves to explore nature travelling and trekking up mountains in various parts of the world. Her books are available on Amazon. www.rakhikapoor.com

Life is too precious to be allowed to simply pass by. It has to be lived completely and intensely in the moment.

INTERVIEW:

Q. Characterize yourself in one word?

Blessed.

Q. Please describe what the story/book is about in one sentence.

The book is Short fun practical and a scintillating read.

Q. Briefly, what led up to this book? What were you writing (and getting published, if applicable) before breaking out with this book?

Married? Happily?! is my sixth book. I secretly nurtured a dream of writing a book and becoming an author someday from my childhood.

My hobbies are Travelling, Trekking, Reading, and Writing. Together these became the perfect recipe to write my first book The girl who was left behind"... It is a work of fiction adapted from my real-life experience " I failed to complete a trek and had to retrace my steps all alone facing the harsh challenges in the Himalayan ranges of Nepal at 12000 feet. I was heart-broken and devastated because my own husband was on this trek and he chose to go ahead with his trek leaving me behind.

Disappointments and setbacks are blessings in disguise. They are planted by destiny for us to find our way around. I turned this heartbreak into a chance to fulfill my dream of becoming an author. I Healed myself and learned to love myself first.

Happiness is an inside job, whatever loves comes from outside through other relationships is only a bonus.

Haven’t looked back since then I continue to go forward take on challenging treks and write inspiring books. To know more about me and my books you could visit my website www.rakhikapoor.com

Q. What has been your biggest achievement?

I haven’t achieved it yet... Haven’t done anything big that I feel is worth mentioning as greatest. Someday I will make my mark. My books will be best sellers. I hope to bag the Nobel Prize for my country. That will be my ultimate and greatest achievement. God Willing.

Q. Looking back, what did you do right that helped you break-in?

A good book is a powerful tool of transformation. My books cannot be about my imagination sitting on a desk and writing. I write about what I do and how my existence can make a difference to my fellow beings around me. That resulted in my third book Expecting Daddy Delivers, a one of its kind on pregnancy for a man. A topic rarely written about. I went ahead to complete the trek to Everest base camp and mount Fuji in 2018 and mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania recently after I failed to complete the first one.

Over the years I always set a challenge for myself. Be it writing a book on an interesting subject or another trek. I then celebrate crossing each milestone in life. What did I do to help me break-in? I never gave up on myself had faith and got up each time life brought me down on my knees.

Q. Did you have a platform in place? On this topic, what are you doing to build a platform and gain readership?

I am a physiotherapist who pioneered the concept of antenatal counselling sessions and Lamaze programs for expecting couples in Chennai. I have been running my centre Dwi Maternity Studio for the last two decades. I interact with numerous couples during the course of their pregnancy. The couples work through all the confusions strengthen their bond and upgrade their couple status to parents and work towards having a strong marriage and a loving family.

They have always appreciated my sessions and my books. This book becomes an ideal read for couples and helps strengthening their marriage.

To know more about my work please visit my website www.dwimaternitystudio.com

Q. Favorite book?

Krishna the man and his philosophy by Osho, Only love is real by Dr. Brian Weiss, Alchemist by Paulo Coelho.

Q. Something personal about you people may be surprised to know?

Friend acquaintances and family are always surprised to know that I am still married to my husband and we have a great marriage. They can’t stop hearing about our story which is the narrative in this book upfront and real.

Q. Future of SALISMANIA.com through your eyes?

I hope to reach out to many readers and the wonderful souls out there who are part of this forum. Human beings grow together so, by interacting with the kindred souls on Salismania.com I hope to evolve as a person write better books and make a difference.

Wishing Salismania.com the very best always. May books readers and brilliant ideas always be connected through them. BUY NOW: MARRIED? HAPPILY!? by Rakhi Kapoor

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