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Author’s Note


I always used to fancy that what would happen if me and my mother would share the same Bench and adjudicate cases together. I guess that would have been the most interesting moment of my life altogether! It is true that in reality that could never really happen. But, no one can stop me from imagining now, can they? Hence, I wrote this short novel. In this, I have described a mother, completely different to the one that I have in reality, just like the situation that I have taken up to be described. It was my dream to make a satire-comedy upon Justices. I myself want to become a Judge someday. Hence, the views expressed herein are strictly for entertainment purposes and not to be taken seriously. I hope that the readers will enjoy this short novel and have an altogether different perspective about the way Judges appear to them.





  • Raunak Chaturvedi was born to Anurag and Anjali Chaturvedi. Both of his parents had served as Judges of District Consumer Commissions and had also served as the Acting Presidents of their respective Commissions. His maternal grandfather, Late Adv. Girish C. Chaubey was a former Asst. Solicitor General of India for Nagpur High Court. His own grandfather, K.C. Chaturvedi, had served as the Honorary Magistrate for District Lakhimpur Kheri, Uttar Pradesh, besides being a Royal Air Force fighter pilot earlier, before the Independence. That being said, he is currently in his second year at Amity University, Kolkata, pursuing B.B.A.-LL.B.(HONS.). His areas of interest include Constitutional, Criminal, Tort and Contractual Laws and he has his keen interests towards pursuing the Judiciary.

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