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Five ways in which Blockchain can help you to scale your company.

With over 5 years now in block chain (as of 2023), we have worked for various categories of clients with very different objectives. We get excited by the amazing creative business solutions as shared by our clients and work towards making their dreams a success - guiding them with the right approach on how blockchain technology can be leveraged in their business. Know more about The Block chain Team from here: https://theblockchain.team/

Ritik Kumar is a YouTuber, photographer, and musician who inspires many with his multifaceted personality.

Ritik Kumar was born on 24 march 2002 in Sahebganj, Muzaffarpur, Bihar, he did his early education in his village, and then he started his career as a photographer and later joined social media .His father, Narayan Shah, is a businessman. As for his mother, she is a housewife named Gayatree Devi. He is an Indian YouTube Personality and Blogger from India. Besides providing the latest tech news and YouTube tutorials, Ritik Kumar is also a world record holder, an Indian famous musical artist, a podcaster and a world record holder. He has a YouTube channel called Ritik Kumar. We live in a culture where music plays a significant role in our daily lives. Music is liked by most people, but some people love it. Nevertheless, a very charming and talented boy named Ritik Kumar aspires to be a good musician. The music he created was his own. His favorite thing to do is to go to stores and check out the latest equipment. At a young age, I learned responsibility, time management, and how to interact with others more effectively. He also spend countless hours perfecting his instrument, so he can sound brilliant on stage.

Meet the expert consultant on social media and cybersecurity-Kumar Udayan Baishya

As one of India's leading technology personalities, Udayan Baishya has earned wide attention for his hard work and passion. Udayan has earned a reputation as one of the prominent cybersecurity experts with a background in software engineering. Owing to his interest and passion, Udayan starting digging more into the subject until he developed immense knowledge and started noticing various flaws in renowned companies pertaining to CYBERSECURITY.

The Shotgun Wedding: Write-Side of the story by Suchandra Roychowdhury

BrandspotThe Shotgun Wedding: Write-Side of the story by Suchandra Roychowdhury


Suchandra Roychowdhury is a Singapore based author of Indian origin, known for her bestselling debut novel The Shotgun Wedding: Write-side of the story.

Suchandra Roychowdhury is a Singapore based author of Indian origin, known for her bestselling debut novel The Shotgun Wedding: Write-side of the story.

The ebb and surge of life comprises of stories, some told, some untold. The journey itself is multidimensional, a feast of sensations, a deluge of emotions, woven with intricate threads of reality, ambition, love, frustration, betrayal; you really have to be on the write-side of the story to fathom out just which strand can be drawn out into a narrative you would dearly love to have an audience for!

Such was the journey of “The Shotgun Wedding”, following the bewildering career trajectory of its protagonist, Dita Roy, a city-bred woman, who lands herself a job as an English Lecturer in an obscure college in rural Bengal. Here, in the village of Phulpukur, Dita meets a rumbunctious set of people who are inextricably linked to the somewhat dubious functioning of the college. The curious diorama of characters ranges from wily politicians like Palash Bose with powerful mafioso contacts, reformed family members of an erstwhile dacoit like Aditya Pundit and his sons, shrewd and scheming businessmen like Girish Sarkar, wayward student activists like Rajeev and Utpal, and a mysterious stranger with startling grey eyes – Raja. Raja is an enigmatic presence who haunts Dita’s conscious thoughts even as she tries to come to terms with the bizarre set of circumstances that unfolds around her.

Though set primarily in rural Bengal, in the sleepy little village of Phulpukur, the narrative swings back and forth between Phulpukur and Kolkata, engaging with the urban/rural dichotomy of its characters. Thus, while Dita hails from Kolkata, she has to meet the challenges of the patriarchal set-up of her workplace in Phulpukur; conversely, Raja starts out from the village, struggling to find his place in the great world beyond. The shotgun wedding stands as the climax to their hilarious adventures and misadventures, spinning out into a crescendo of chaotic events that are covered on national television by the media sensation, Chirag Mukherjee.

Germane to this story was a transient stint of my own professional life, a brief period during which I served as Lecturer and Acting Principal for a remote college in West Bengal. On a retrospective impulse I have travelled back to moments that intrigued me, ideas that challenged me, memories that befuddle me and out of it all I have tried to craft a narrative, using hard facts interspersed with flights of imagination that delves with subtle humour into chasm of educational politics in Bengal. 

The sparkling heart of “The Shotgun Wedding” however, is the breath-taking bond between Raja and Dita, a flame that smoulders through the novel despite Raja’s deceptions, Palash Bose’s aggressions and Dita’s own jejune beliefs. It begins on an innocuous note with Dita mistakenly identifying Raja as an urchin who works in Gopal’s canteen and serves her tea. Yet with time, their relationship encounters unfathomable turns leading up to their unexpected presence in the infamous shotgun wedding. 

About Suchandra Roychowdhury

Incorrigible bibliophile, travel enthusiast and art aficionado, Suchandra lives with her husband and son in Bayshore, Singapore. Originally from Kolkata, India, Suchandra is an educator with teaching experience of almost twenty odd years, in India as well as in Singapore. In Singapore, she has been associated with GIIS, since 2013, in the capacity of IBDP English Language and Literature as well as TOK teacher. It has been a fulfilling experience thus far.

Suchandra has been a student of English Literature and obtained the degree of Master of Arts under Presidency College, Calcutta and pursued MPhil in the University of Calcutta. After having cleared NET (National Eligibility Test) she had the privilege to teach in several reputed colleges in Kolkata, including Rani Birla Girls’ College and Lady Brabourne Girls’ College. Literature has been a life-long passion for Suchandra, and she has dabbled her hands in creative pieces which have been published in the Journals of Calcutta University as well as Shakespeare Society of Eastern India and Tagore-Gandhi Institute. “Shotgun Wedding” is her first attempt in essaying a novel, inhabited by characters caught in an outlandish satire. Currently her debut novel is on the Best Seller List of Aleph Book Company, who are the publishers for “The Shotgun Wedding”. 

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