Biography of President Droupadi Murmu to release later this year

A biography of Dhupadi Murmu, India’s youngest president and first born after independence, will hit the stands later this year, random penguin house india (PRHI) announced Tuesday.

Described as the first authentic and definitive account of the fifteenth president of India, Madam President: The Biography of Draupadi Mormo He claims to deconstruct the many trials and tribulations, and the early years of struggle that elevated the 64-year-old to the highest position in the country.

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Written by Sandeep Sahu, a senior journalist based in Bhubaneswar.

“What made the prospect of doing the book when Penguin India reached out to me is the fact that the book will be about the first tribal woman to become President of India, which is truly historic,” Sahu said in a statement.

“She belongs to the predominantly tribal Mayorbang district of Odisha, where I spent my entire adolescence, was also another tempting factor to encounter her,” he added.

He was sworn in on July 25, Chief Mormo The gigantic hike from the sleepy village of Mayurbhanj to Rashtrapati Bhavan offers a fascinating study of democratic empowerment in India.

She took her first steps in politics in Rairangpur where she was elected as a BJP board member in the reported Rairangpur District Council in 1997. She rose to a ministerial position in the BJD-BJP coalition government led by Odisha from 2000 to 2004.

appointed governor JharkhandShe remained in this position until 2021.

With an excellent track record as a legislator and having received numerous awards for her work as a legislator, minister and governor, she has several top performers to her credit – the first woman from her region to become a minister in the Odisha government and the first woman legislator to win the prestigious Nilakantha Award as the best legislator in the Odisha Assembly, among others.

According to the publishers, the story of Murmu is the story of “the great democratic spirit of India”, which through this book will reach diverse audiences and influence many to dream and make their dreams come true.

“This is the story of an inspiring woman, a tribal A leader who was a stateswoman with a strong political career behind her. However, we know very little about her life. Miro Gokhal, publisher of Penguin Press, said her rise to the national stage as a role model for all Indians, who hold the highest office in the country, is a powerful message to tribal communities in India.

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