Ragini Dwivedi Biography is a biographical novel about the life of an Indian woman, Ritu Kumar. She was married to a well to do M.I. in 1990, they were happily married for two and a half year. When their marriage was dissolved in July, she met and fell in love with Sameer Gandhi.
In this biography, she reveals her real name, Ritu, as she was then known by that name. She had changed her name when she married Sameer Gandhi. The name Ritu meant Rose in Bengali and hence it was changed to Ritu Gandhi. She was born inihobia in the state of Kerala in India. She was given this name by her mother while she was still unmarried and after she got married.
Ritu began to make her biography when she was in the process of making her book entitled “Net Worth: My Search for My Real Self”. She used to work as a financial consultant in New York City and also did some modeling assignments in Europe and California. After completing her book, she decided to use her experiences and write her first book called “Net Worth: My Search for My Real Self”. This book discusses various topics such as the meaning of Net Worth, what it really is, how to make an impact on others’ lives, what one’s Net Worth is, how to measure one’s Net Worth, what one’s potentials are, and how to build one’s Net Worth. There are many interesting topics discussed in this book, which has inspired and contributed to the philosophy of some of today’s most eminent psychologists and spiritual leaders.
Bra Size & Body Measurements
|Bra Size||36 B|
|Waist Size||26 Inches|
|Hips Size||34 Inches|
|Shoe Size||8 (US)|
|Body Measurements||36 – 26 – 34 Inches|
When Ritu Dwivedi was preparing the first draft of her book, she had to research about fifty different cultural roots and consult with different Indian institutions where she would present her research findings. She finally chose the Indian idragini biography that she felt fitted her book the best. The term ‘idragini’ translates as ‘twice born’ but the meaning of the word is slightly more complex. In English, it describes the first child of two which is a male child. In the eastern sector of India, the term is used to describe the female counterpart of the western honeybee which is called the ‘kati’.
Ragini Dwivedi biography has gone through several iterations since it’s inception. Even when the book was released in 2009, it was controversial as some people were not convinced with what she had written. Even the writer herself had to face heated debates regarding her identity and if she was really a genuine person. Since then, several editions of the book have been released and even now, she continues to be discussed around.
But what does the success of Ragini Dwivedi biography reflect on India and the Indian Diaspora? The fact that it has been translated into a biographical textbook by an American woman for the first time can be seen as a milestone in the rise of the Indian Diaspora in the west. It’s been quite a while now that the term Indianness has been associated with success stories in the west and success stories in the East. The rise of Indian celebrities like Shah Rukh Khan and Aishwarya Rai has also helped boost this Indianness of Indianness.