By Zahir Kazmi
In “Amma Ji and Me” Zahir H. Kazmi stocks the life-story of his mom and the influence their dating has on him
OAK BROOK, Ill.–“Amma Ji and Me” (ISBN 1460995635), Zahir H. Kazmi’s new memoir, unearths how his mother’s impoverished existence spurs him directly to luck in the United States.
Born to a conservative relatives in a small farming group in India, and denied schooling like most ladies, Amma Ji is predicted to develop up and be a formal burqa-wearing spouse and mom. In “Amma Ji and Me,” her son Kazmi chronicles how she beats the percentages and refuses to be curtailed.
The youngest of 8 kids, Kazmi is usually the nearest to his mom, going along with her all over the place that she is going. due to this proximity, he grows up with a clear-eyed view of what it takes for his mom to be successful. He sees her fight and earnings a brand new appreciation for what she is going via for herself and for her relatives. In scene after scene, Kazmi exhibits how he learns kindness, compassion and optimism from her, all inspiring him to develop into a greater individual and to struggle for his personal luck.
Kazmi’s portrait of Amma Ji follows her as she transforms her personal existence. She turns into the 1st lady in her kinfolk to begin her personal company. She travels by means of send and teach, finally creating a holy pilgrimage to Makkah. In her mid-forties, she even teaches herself to learn and write. all through her existence, she astonishes her son together with her powerful decision, wit and courage.
Kazmi goals to create a colourful portrait of relatives lifestyles and a shiny literary tribute to a extraordinary girl, whereas demonstrating a son’s devotion to his mother.
“Amma Ji and Me” is offered on the market on-line at Amazon.com and different channels.
About the Author
Zahir H. Kazmi was once born in Pakistan and later immigrated to the U.S.. A graduate of the college of Karachi and the collage of Illinois, he's an authorized qualified public accountant and serves small- to medium-sized businesses.
Phone: (630) 575-0404
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