God in Peril

God in Peril

Author : Ajatshatru Parmar

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Rs. 175
Classification Non-fiction
Pub Date 25 September 2016
Imprint Sarvatra
Page Extent 152
Binding Paperback
Language English
ISBN 978-81-8322-752-0
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Did you know?
Nearly 25,000 silent murders take place in India each year?
Why treatment methods of tantriks or quacks sometimes succeed?
The truth behind attacks on and sometimes, even lynching of physicians?
Why doctors have to bear the brunt when treatments do not work, often because of mistakes made by patients and their kin?
Why the medical fraternity is disillusioned?

These are questions often ignored and we automatically assume that there is a divine link between a doctor and his patients. Very few people take the time to ponder over the gradual disintegration of this symbiotic relationship of deep respect and compassion. It is an undeniable fact everyone, from every walk of life, needs doctors to be able to live their lives in good health.

'God in Peril' is a detailed account of events and incidents that throw light on the diminishing bond between you and your healer. It traces in detail the unfair violence against doctors and the unjustifiable attitude of patients in the event of failed treatment procedures. It makes us realise the importance of accepting a doctor's advice completely and unequivocally, as well as follow it faithfully.

Bolstered by true incidents, personal experiences of medical veterans and real-life examples, this book will certainly prove to be a shocking eye-opener.

About author

Ajatshatru Parmar is a graduate in biotechnology and has a deep interest in biology. A native of the lake city of Udaipur, he later migrated to Bengaluru to build a successful career in a leading multinational corporation. He has lived in over ten cities and towns in India during his academic and professional life, and this has made him familiar with diverse lifestyles and cultures across country. He has been deeply affected by the dilemmas faced by today's medical fraternity. A passionate writer by day and a fond reader by night, Ajatshatru likes to spend time at the exotic beaches of Goa.