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This girl, an engineering graduate from Mumbai, shares her experience during the tours she undertook for work purposes. She describes different characters (people) she met and how they became a part of her journey called life. From some she got some good experience and from some she got to learn. She lives not only with her family and friends but shares her life with the me This girl, an engineering graduate from Mumbai, shares her experience during the tours she undertook for work purposes. She describes different characters (people) she met and how they became a part of her journey called life. From some she got some good experience and from some she got to learn. She lives not only with her family and friends but shares her life with the memories of all those who accompanied her during that respective patch of the path she has travelled through. Coming from a lower-middle-class background, the journey was not easy but she sailed through. She owes her fearless approach & confident personality to all of them. She is a woman of the family who set an example for everyone. About The Author: Anamika S Yadav, daughter of Mrs. Asmita & Adv. Arjun Sonawane was born in the year 1971 in Mumbai, India. She attended Watumull Institute Of Electronic Engineering & Computer Technology and studied Biomedical Engineering after completing her B.Sc in Physics from Mumbai University. Along with her successful career as the owner of a firm dealing with medical equipment, she pursued writing way back in 2007 during her maternity break & continued thereafter. This is her debut novel. She lives in Mumbai with her husband Suresh, an ex-classmate from Watumull Institute & her sons Aayush & Anuj.


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This girl, an engineering graduate from Mumbai, shares her experience during the tours she undertook for work purposes. She describes different characters (people) she met and how they became a part of her journey called life. From some she got some good experience and from some she got to learn. She lives not only with her family and friends but shares her life with the me This girl, an engineering graduate from Mumbai, shares her experience during the tours she undertook for work purposes. She describes different characters (people) she met and how they became a part of her journey called life. From some she got some good experience and from some she got to learn. She lives not only with her family and friends but shares her life with the memories of all those who accompanied her during that respective patch of the path she has travelled through. Coming from a lower-middle-class background, the journey was not easy but she sailed through. She owes her fearless approach & confident personality to all of them. She is a woman of the family who set an example for everyone. About The Author: Anamika S Yadav, daughter of Mrs. Asmita & Adv. Arjun Sonawane was born in the year 1971 in Mumbai, India. She attended Watumull Institute Of Electronic Engineering & Computer Technology and studied Biomedical Engineering after completing her B.Sc in Physics from Mumbai University. Along with her successful career as the owner of a firm dealing with medical equipment, she pursued writing way back in 2007 during her maternity break & continued thereafter. This is her debut novel. She lives in Mumbai with her husband Suresh, an ex-classmate from Watumull Institute & her sons Aayush & Anuj.

11 review for Down the Memory Lane

  1. 5 out of 5

    Kirti Changlani

    One early morning, a realization dawns upon a lady about all her travels and tours across the country, over the yesteryear. She picks up a pen and starts jotting down her journey from Mumbai to Delhi to Pune and Bhopal to Hong Kong! This includes her professional experiences, trainings, interactions and watching the beauty of places. Although, some descriptions could have been shortened. But are very well written, be it - Delhi's description or of Pune. This one is quite a good thing to read if y One early morning, a realization dawns upon a lady about all her travels and tours across the country, over the yesteryear. She picks up a pen and starts jotting down her journey from Mumbai to Delhi to Pune and Bhopal to Hong Kong! This includes her professional experiences, trainings, interactions and watching the beauty of places. Although, some descriptions could have been shortened. But are very well written, be it - Delhi's description or of Pune. This one is quite a good thing to read if you are interested in short travel memoirs, which dwell on reminiscing. Author has portrayed her thoughts very well. The emotions can be connected with the readers. This seems like her own experience journal and is quite episodic in nature. There were many Marathi one-liners in between which add a unique cultural touch to it. Although, I could understand those being from maharashtra, but I am not sure if it any pan-India reader will be able to ! This is a short, written from a women's perspective. A journal-ish read which can definitely be picked for a light read on some lazy afternoon.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Punit Dilip

    Book - Down the memory lane Pages - 192 Chapters - 20 The best relatable book of my life being a marathi you can feel so much things personally . To travel is to live is what I've lived for and author has perfectly depicted her experience. Marathi one lines keeps heart warm it's so beautiful to read this book . A woman's experience and that too explained thoroughly enjoyed reading book . Would definitely suggest one to go for it . Book - Down the memory lane Pages - 192 Chapters - 20 The best relatable book of my life being a marathi you can feel so much things personally . To travel is to live is what I've lived for and author has perfectly depicted her experience. Marathi one lines keeps heart warm it's so beautiful to read this book . A woman's experience and that too explained thoroughly enjoyed reading book . Would definitely suggest one to go for it .

  3. 4 out of 5

    Avishkar Bharadwaj

    Author Anamika Yadav’s debut novel “Down the memory lane” is a memoir about her life from the 90’s, as an engineering graduate woman based in the Mumbai city. It documents about her travel journeys and explores interpersonal-relationships with colleagues, family and strangers too. We read through her experiences, as she navigates life and the conflicts, she faces which moulds her personality and helps her build her individuality. We get a glimpse into the work culture and the socio-political ele Author Anamika Yadav’s debut novel “Down the memory lane” is a memoir about her life from the 90’s, as an engineering graduate woman based in the Mumbai city. It documents about her travel journeys and explores interpersonal-relationships with colleagues, family and strangers too. We read through her experiences, as she navigates life and the conflicts, she faces which moulds her personality and helps her build her individuality. We get a glimpse into the work culture and the socio-political elements existing in a corporate space from a women’s perspective in India. The author also recalls the minute details which took place as she retrospect and rediscovers some situations almost after a decade. The writing feels sincere, raw and honest. It is also warm and sensitive. The people mentioned feel familiar and the places written feel to have a character of its own. We can sense the transition of the author from a traditionalist to a non-conformist as she embraces her vulnerabilities, brings values to relations and reminds us that “simplicity is the ultimate sophistication”. Filmmakers can look out for one of the chapters “Tiny Light Killing the Darkness” which has a potential to be developed into a motion picture, more like a short film. Given its thriller-esque nature with a set of unpredictable story beats. I recommend you to take your time and read this book as it will be worth following the author in her future journey as well. Maybe it will also inspire you to take some time and write one memoir about yourself too as one of the titles in the book suggests “You Never Know What is Served Next”. -Avishkar Bharadwaj

  4. 5 out of 5

    Sarvesh Mahajan

    This book expresses the experience of a strong woman and her lovely journey. In this book the author pens down the significance of her family in her life , and many people whom she met on this amazing journey. The choice of words and the way the book is written touches your soul and makes u feel every emotion in this book. This book has love , happiness , emotional moments and some fun moments too. This journey is sure an adventure. I loved it 🥰🥰🥰

  5. 5 out of 5

    Sunil Kumar

    Wonderful reading, realistic reading experience. life journeys well captured. especially was impressed with the rag picker encounter in train. Keep writing Anamika, we are waiting for another good read. All the very best. Sunil

  6. 5 out of 5

    Honey & Anjali

    Down the memory lane is a traveling memoir of the author herself where she shares her experiences of working at corporate, taking care of her family whilst also chasing her passion for traveling and exploring places. We see the story through Anamika's perspective and see all the places she has been to which makes the reader want to leave everything, pack up and go on a journey on their own. The authors simple yet vivid narration makes the reading experience a lot better. Because the character and Down the memory lane is a traveling memoir of the author herself where she shares her experiences of working at corporate, taking care of her family whilst also chasing her passion for traveling and exploring places. We see the story through Anamika's perspective and see all the places she has been to which makes the reader want to leave everything, pack up and go on a journey on their own. The authors simple yet vivid narration makes the reading experience a lot better. Because the character and her experiences are based on the real life of the author herself, it makes the reader appreciate her vulnerability and struggles even more. There were a lot of errors that should've been looked upon as they were quite distracting other than that I don't have any complaints and I really enjoyed the book. I'd definitely recommend it.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Radhika Gupta

    The book is a travel memoir from the author's life that holds various parts of her life. It includes hert corporate life and how she woke up one day and decided to travel.   The narration is of course from the author's perspective. She explains her experience with such evocation. She has drafted the memoir so well, you find yourself completely indulged in it.  There some mistakes that could have been edited out but it's a nice memoir/journal to feel the amazing thing called TRAVELING.  The book is a travel memoir from the author's life that holds various parts of her life. It includes hert corporate life and how she woke up one day and decided to travel.   The narration is of course from the author's perspective. She explains her experience with such evocation. She has drafted the memoir so well, you find yourself completely indulged in it.  There some mistakes that could have been edited out but it's a nice memoir/journal to feel the amazing thing called TRAVELING. 

  8. 5 out of 5

    Anonymous

  9. 4 out of 5

    Shobana Krishnan

  10. 4 out of 5

    Anamika Yadav

  11. 5 out of 5

    Nivedika Sonawane

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