About The Book:
We have been trying to find color in this bi-colored black and white world. When it comes to color of money, it gets more covert and enthralling. We have been hearing about black money being amassed away in benami bank accounts and chuparustam lockers, tax havens and even in big boots of imported bravura cars of loaded businessmen, corrupt officials, mafias and some honest politicians.
In this book, the Author unfolds this dark world, which eats into an idea of an equal world where the rich get richer staying on the dark side while the poor are marginalized. There are tricks to keep the cover of darkness intact and every time an effort is made to lift the veil, the tricks become sharper.
This book looks at the world that thrives in the shadows, fueled by money that exchanges hands in the dark and never gets reported – “The Kala Dhan.”
About The Author
Pragun Akhil Jindal is a 20 years old student who lives in New Delhi. He is pursuing his graduation from Delhi University (Commerce Honors) and is on course to complete his Chartered Accountancy soon. An avid debater, he completed his schooling from The Shri Ram School.
Pragun is a writer by day and reader by night. He has previously interned with Times of India and also writes for news-media blogs like Youth Ki Awaaz and ICAI Student Journal. He has received several awards in the field of “thinking out of the box” like Prayukti Award from TSRS. Public Policy, Public Administration and Financial Economics are his varied areas of interest.