Dr Vithal Venkatesh Kamat, widely known as India’s ‘green hotelier’, launched his Marathi book, ‘Yash Apyash Ani Me’ amidst a packed audience of family, friends and colleagues. The book is a heartfelt ode to his mother and explores the relationship between a mother and a son.
The evening saw Dr Kamat addressing the guests, where he spoke about the inspiration behind the book – his mother. The event was attended by many of city’s dignitaries such as Dr K H Sancheti, Founder, Sancheti Institute for Orthopaedics & Rehabilitation, and renowned Hindu Scholar Vidyavachaspati Dr Shankar Abhyankar.
‘Yash Apyash Ani Me’ talks about Dr Kamat’s struggles and successes in life and his constant, his mother. The story unfolds the rough period when his mother was diagnosed with Parkinson, Dementia and Alzheimer, and his determination to get her treated. Through the chapters, he wishes to convey a very important message to today’s generation, which overlooks the importance of parents in one’s life. One of the lines from the book quotes him saying, “If you take care of your parents, Your children will take care of their parents ”
Within a span of two weeks after the book was successfully launched at the Orchid Hotel Mumbai, ‘Yash Apyash Ani Mi’ is already printing its second edition. As an author, Dr Kamat’s first book, “Idli, Orchid and Will Power” earned him many accolades. The book is a delightful read for the entrepreneurs and has been translated in over 9 languages, followed by his second, “Udyojak Honarach Mi”.
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