Gauravshali Bihari was launched by our Deputy Chief Minister, Sri S.K.Modi ji on 19th January at Hotel Maurya during the recently concluded NRB meet at Patna. Also we got Gauravshali Bihar T-shirt launched with the rich legacy of Bihar graphically printed in the form of the bodhi tree, deeply rooted in the soil and psyche of Bihar. The T shirt is based on the design from Mayank Krishna Ji..and has beautifully depicted what Bihar is all about.
We would like you all to read the book…and wear the T-shirt. The book contains articles on the people who brought glory to the state of Bihar and have enriched the live of millions across the globe. It covers the time span of almost 3000 years, from Viswamitra to Satendra Dubey.
The book was written by 21 eminent authors at various places in the country. And in order to support the economy of Bihar, this world class book was also printed in Patna (we were very determined about this). The book is dedicated to one and only example of undying human spirit & courage, conviction and resilience of Bihar in the form of Sri Dasrath Manjhi who cut open a 350 meters long mountain to make road thru it.
We have tried to bring together the hero’s of our beloved state in this small effort of ours. We want us to know our history, our heritage, our legacy. Things that we had started to forget.We want to rekindle our sub-nationalism, to be proud to be a Bihari.
It has been a memorable journey for us, researching about our mother land, and we feel nice that we could complete what we had set out to do.
But the real satisfaction will come only after you have read this book, and send us suggestions about how we can improve upon what we have just finished. We do look forward for your feedback, its invaluable to us,. to improve upon and polish what is our baby step towards highlighting the positives of this great state of ours…and along the way making the world aware of Bihar’s contributions to the human society on a whole.
You can order the book & the T shirt by sending us a mail at firstname.lastname@example.org, or by calling (91) (612) (6450916), out Patna Office number.