People of our generation, in the age bracket of 40 to 60, are the last of the generation who had a childhood which would never come back. It was simple and had a lot of happiness around small things. It was carefree and adventurous in contrast to today’s generations who will never experience the childhood which we did despite the advancement of technology and the improvement in the standard of living. The small joys in life are no longer there, and even after having everything in life, it does not seem enough.
The idea of this book is to bring forth the childhood which many of our generations would be able to relate to and savour. The book also highlights, to today’s generation, as to what they are missing in their childhood. It may bring out some of those aspects in their childhood. This book is not a simple memoir of childhood. It is an attempt to capture the childhood of a child of a middle-class family who travelled through 8 cities, lived in around 10 houses and studied in around 8 schools. It is also about the various incidents, cities and its foods.
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