Swarnendu Bhushan:More than an IITian from Munger

Swarnendu Bhushan is an author of a fiction Mir Qasim’s Tunnel that tells the story about the Heritage and culture of past from our Munger District.

More than an IITian, he is  Masters from one of reputed university of the world and business study from one of the top business school of India. He is having more than these achievements in life that makes him feel a proud Mungeri. What makes him, even more, trending these days in social media and e-Commerce media is his online selling fiction written by him. Most interestingly, the fiction Mir Qasim’s Tunnel tell about of Heritage and past of our Munger District.

 


About Swarnendu Bhushan

Swarnendu Bhushan grew up at Madhopur in Munger District. He did his primary education in Notre Dame Academy- Munger & Jamalpur until 1990. Moreover, secondary education from R.D. & D.J. College, Munger till 1992. The quaint city, its large playgrounds, gardens, library, hillocks, dilapidated fort, temples and the holy Ganges have had an immense impression on his personality. The warmth of almost family-like of Madhopur, the carefree friends of the school and neighbourhood disciplined teachers of his school helped him shape up into a confident social person.

Swarnendu Bhushan with his family

Post his studies at Munger, he went to the Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur for his bachelor’s degree. He has worked in leading companies globally. He has taken breaks in between to pursue higher studies and did his master’s from the National University of Singapore and PGPX from the Indian School of Business, Hyderabad.

Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur




Above all, the upbringing of his parents, the love of his siblings and other family members and the blessing of God turned him into a compassionate human being. His hobbies include reading, writing and swimming. He currently stays with his family in Mumbai and works in the capital markets.

 

About Mir Qasim’s Tunnel:

Coming to his fiction describing the culture and heritage of Munger District.  There are many places of worship at Munger like Sita Charan temple, Chandikasthan, Sita Kund etc. Also prevalent are folklore linking these to ancient stories. The story gives life to few of that folklore through a present-day adventure in which Shakti, Binod and Rakesh, the three protagonists, unravel few most debatable secrets of Ramayana.

Mir Qasim’s Tunnel: A fiction by Swarnendu Bhushan

The inspiration for the fiction came from a long and deeply held desire to provide adequate fame to our hometown. Munger, once a historic place, has been of great importance not only in Ramayana, Mahabharata but also during the fight against the British. However, due to lack of proper attention, the city seems forgotten in modern times. Most of the youth migrate to other places due to the lack of suitable opportunities. The book is an attempt to highlight the importance of Munger and its jewels to the outside world. The author would be happy if the book can help restore some glory to his hometown.

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We cannot tell you the whole story of Mir Qasim’s Tunnel in a single blog. What I recommend you to have this awesome fiction and give it a read. You can purchase this book easily available online on Amazon.

Link for the book on Amazon:




https://www.amazon.in/Mir-Qasims-Tunnel-Swarnendu-Bhushan-ebook/dp/B07QCC6MWG/ref=sr_1_fkmr0_1?keywords=mi+qasim%27s+tunnel&qid=1564041668&s=gateway&sr=8-1-fkmr0

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In his message, quoted to the youth of Munger, The limited boundaries of our hometown hide limitless history. Be proud of where you belong. For only if the roots are strong, the tree would survive and prosper!

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