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Suhasi Goradia Dhami Bra Size & Body Measurements

Suhasi Goradia Dhami is a Mumbai based writer and blogger. Born and raised in Mumbai, Suhasi Goradia grew up surrounded by a large group of girls. She has spent a significant amount of her life in and around the city of Mumbai, working hard to establish a name for herself in the world of literature. In this book, she speaks candidly about her childhood, her trials and tribulations, and the experiences that have helped shaped her into the woman she is today. Suhasi Goradia Dhami: Book I chronicles the many pivotal points in her life, from her humble origins as a child who was scourged for every opportunity to a successful and accomplished woman of today.

Suhasi Goradia Dhami: Book I narrates the story of Suhasi Goradia as she tries to make her mark in the world of literature. At the beginning of the novel, we glimpse the birth of her son, Santosh, who happens to be the identical match of Suhasi’s deceased mother. This sudden reunion brings a new chapter in Suhasi Goradia’s life and with it a chapter of intense conflict and turmoil. The birth of her son eventually takes us down the path of her struggle to make a living and a name for herself in the world of literature.

Bra Size & Body Measurements

Bra Size 34 B
Waist Size 24 Inches
Hips Size 35 Inches
Shoe Size 8  (US)
Body  Measurements  34-24-35

Suhasi Goradia Dhami: Book I follow in the footsteps of the earlier novels in the genre and works to tie up loose ends left by the previous books. There are still some inconsistencies in plot between the various parts of the story but overall, the plot moves at a smooth pace. The writing style is somewhat similar to that of the first novel in the series, The Pirate’s Bastard, albeit more assured and professional in tone. The plot is also better developed here than in the previous books and follows a definite pattern of individual events rather than an epic stream of events.

The story is told from Suhasi Goradia’s point of view and is thus very descriptive. This not only creates the bond between the author and the reader but also helps us understand the characters and their thoughts and motivations. However, it may not be a good idea to read this book before reading the first novel in the series, The Pirate’s Bastard, which is based on the same city. Although the plot and the story are similar, the writing style may be different. If you have read the prior novel, the transition will be easier.

What is more interesting about Suhasi Goradia Dhami: Book I is her association with the Royal Court. It is established early on in the book that she is related to the Nizams and the Bhils. The Bhil rulers had set up a fortress in the area and the fortress is protected by Suhasi’s grandfather, who is her uncle. The name Suhasi is given to Suhaibhidhpur, which is Suhaibhidhpur’s hometown. This is significant because it establishes the fact that Suhaibhidhpur is the birthplace of Suhasini, who is the novel’s main character.

Suhasi Goradia Dhami: Book II tells how Suhasini rises to power and becomes the most powerful darbar (lord) in the area. Once Suhasini comes to the throne as king, he finds the British army occupying the areas of his kingdom. Suhasini starts his search for his daughter, who is still in the service of the British. Although it is predictable, this novel is always worth a read.

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