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Shwetabh Gangwar Releases 'The Rudest Book Ever' At Crossword Bookstores

Published by Westland Publication, The Rudest Book Ever is a self-help book aimed at re-thinking all are preconceived notions that we have been taught since our childhood.

Shwetabh Gangwar Releases 'The Rudest Book Ever' At Crossword Bookstores
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Earlier this week, author Shwetabh Gangwar released his book titled 'The Rudest Book Ever' at Crossword Bookstores in Kemps Corner. Published by Westland Publication, The Rudest Book Ever is a self-help book aimed at re-thinking all are preconceived notions that we have been taught since our childhood. 

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Shwetabh Gangwar is a professional public speaker and aims to answer the following questions in his book- 

  • How to deal with rejections of all kinds?
  • How to change your perceptions of people?
  • Why does society categorise people as good or bad? 
  • How the search for happiness can lead us into more trouble?
  • How seeking approval and acceptance kills our individuality?
  • The truth about social media influencers?
  • Why we should be taught ‘how to think’, instead of ‘what to think’?

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Answering all the above questions, Shwetabh Gangwar has picked up on simple patterns and has written about a set of principles and perspectives to help people. 

Talking about the same, Shwetabh Gangwar said, "We tend to idolise social media influencers and successful people around us a lot. But there's a lot that goes into it. Moreover, this type of motivation hardly lasts for a few days and will not do any good in the long run." 

Notably, Westland was founded in 1962 and was acquired by Amazon in 2017. It is one of the largest English-language publishers in the country. Some of the recent releases of Westland are Let Me Say It Now by Rakesh Maria, Hindu Trinity by Devdutt Pattnaik, No Limits by Mukesh Bansal, Raavan by Amish, Aahalya's Awakening by Kavita Kane and The Vault of Vishnu by Ashwin Sanghi. 

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