This book is to bring back the quality time which parents can spend with their children, because by spending that time and interacting them on a daily basis, they can build them into responsible and thoughtful human beings.
This book revolves around conversations between a father-son duo on various topics they witness in their daily life. The story’s setting is that of a middle class family of four. The father Mr. Rama Krishnan Nair is working in an FMCG MNC and is natively from the state of Kerala. He is settled in Delhi from past 20 years with his wife and two children. The daughter, Smitha has just graduated from a popular city school and is looking forward for higher studies abroad. The son, Prashantan is in high school and is a very inquisitive child.
The father-son duo often gets into discussions where the son always wants to know more about the topic of discussion. Mr. Nair by his own ways of explaining the reasons tries to broaden his child’s thought process. The conversations which happen between them reflect a lot on the healthy parent children relationship which they share.
This is an attempt to bring back that culture of face to face discussions and conversations in a family to overcome the booming hazards of the so called electronic social world.
Every conversation ends up with a question or a doubt in the mind of the child or an answer which the father is about to say. This book is not a read –through work only but a workbook where any of the parents or the children can complete the conversation to check if the ‘human values’ are in place or not.
About the Author
Ajit Panicker is a 35-year old, LUMBA management graduate who from being a banker turned a professional training coach and an author. A Non-Resident Keralite who has spent the major part of his life in Lucknow and Delhi but has traveled across the country. His love for books has been the reason of troubles for all those who have been close to him, starting from his parents, siblings and now his wife. His passion for reading, learning, and training has been since his school days. After having explored different industries with umpteen profiles he finally discovered that he is not doing what he is best at. His strength has been to teach, train and coach by being the most enthusiastic and inquisitive learner. He is an Internationally Certified Master Trainer & facilitator who always create immense value for his audience by employing the most real life experiential learning methods and tools in his workshop. His motivational workshops can bring a dead person alive. He believes that there is only one thing which can possibly get ahead of you and that is you. Ajit lives in Ghaziabad with his wife and twins, a son and a daughter. His first book, My School "My father" is an attempt to bring back that lost culture of 90's when the parents and the children used to share healthy relationships by way of regular interactions with each other, unlike the electronic social world menace these days.