Pantau in India PDF download by Veronique Renard

Pantau in India

iUniverse, Inc.
Publication date: February 2007
ISBN: 9780595859726
Digital Book format: PDF (DRM-Free)


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A very funny as well as a sad book that reads like a detective and is intended for anyone having a hard time, man or woman, with their life, career or relationships. This compelling and inspiring story from the Himalayas will mesmerize the reader from the first to the last page. Pantau in India is a tale about fulfilling your dream and reaching your destiny.

Pantau in India is the fascinating life story of Veronique Renard, a career woman who was struck by a severe depression at the turn of the millennium. On the night she wants to commit suicide, her inner voice tells her to stay alive and become the happiest person in the world. Unsatisfied by her career as an office worker and busy modern lifestyle she questions her own values and moral ethics and determines that it is time for a major change. In order to find an answer to the question of how to become happy, she travels to India in search of the magic formula. In the Himalayas she stumbles upon the Tibetan community in exile. The Tibetan refugees teach her the wisdoms of their culture and Veronique sets off to travel on her newly discovered path to happiness. The moment she stands eye to eye with the Dalai Lama she suddenly realizes that her life belongs to the Tibetan people. She burns all her ships behind her in the West, adopts the name Pantau and moves to India to develop herself as a spiritual teacher and to show others the way to happiness.

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