Join us at the Iselin Branch Library on December 15 at 7PM as we welcome author Lalit Nigam as he discusses his new book Voices From A Golden Era.
Registration is required. Please register here https://bit.ly/3TH1ZYV or call 732-634-4450 ext. 7120.
Voices from a Golden Era is a biography like none other! It features vibrant photos of Bollywood singers abound, which will gladden your heart. Nigam highlights performers like Lataji, KL Saigal, Mohammed Rafi, and Mukesh to name a few. This book is a trip down memory lane, capturing a wealth of emotions from touching sorrow to joyous scenes penned by lyricists who wrote songs as poems and composers with finesse. Readers get deep analyses in the Author’s Critique, trivia, and the singer’s views on various topics related to the Bombay Cinema. What more can one ask? Experience this landscape by tumbling through the pages of Voices from a Golden Era.
About Lalit Nigam
Holding a Mechanical Engineering Degree from IIT Banaras and an MBA from Columbia University, NYC., Lalit has worked with Xerox and various consulting engineers. He also attended three writing workshops led by Phyliss Shanken, Peter Murphy, and Judith Lindbergh, all published authors.
Beginning in Grade and High School, he had poems and essays published in his school magazine and The Franciscan, in successive years. He also has two published stories from Turbulent Waters, his short story collection, are: “A Nameless Relationship” and “A Canary’s Song.” Several other stories have received favorable critiques from The Missouri Review, The New Yorker, and The Paris Review, and several more.