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The Slum Queen

The Slum Queen

by   Rouble Nagi (Author)  
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Sold By:   Garuda Prakashan

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ISBN 13 9798885750110
Book Language English
Binding Paperback
Publishing Year 2022
Total Pages 251
Publishers Garuda Prakashan  
Category Non-Fiction  
Weight 300.00 g

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If I know Ruble, and I do know so well her compelling activities in the service of the Unreached, that I'm confident of this book being a treasure trove of purposeful positivity and intelligent inspiration. Before starting to sound too pompous, I would just honestly conclude on my VERY strong recommendation for everyone to read it and be inspired. 👍🏼
Review by - Ashutosh Sharma , July 20, 2022


The book is gripping and inspires all those who would like to work for less privileged masses . It is a masterpiece and a must haves if you are a bibliophile.
Review by - Anugrah, July 21, 2022

The Slum Queen

Commendable_work Taking_care of needy people! Anxiously waiting ✋ to read book 📚 #Best_Wishes ⚘🙏
Review by - Raj Sharma , July 22, 2022


Super like. Well done
Review by - Ajay Mehta , August 07, 2022
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A fascinating childhood and travel around the country in her early years helped Rouble Nagi inculcate the values that she embodies today. An artist at heart, Nagi pens down her experiences of her childhood and shares the unique perspective she developed in her growing years.

Is art for art sake only? Nagi documents the journey of her ‘Misaal India’ campaign. Taking birth in a Mumbai slum, the campaign gradually embraced its colorful walls and is marching towards a brighter future. Several workshops and skill centers that have been started in the slums and villages across India that she has worked in as part of her team’s Misaal India campaign and how their inhabitants are seeing their dreams being fulfilled- the book documents all.

The book is an ode to all those who dream to change, to uplift the not-so-fortunate ones. It entails the journey of a vision that Nagi has, about an India where everyone in skilled enough to earn their own bread and have their talents recognized. Both Nagi and her team encourage those willing to join them and the book also provides a blueprint to those who venture to start something of their own.