A workaholic Indian author is busy writing a book on the Chutiya people of Assam

Kuldeep Kaur (name changed) is an Indian Sikh woman who is 27 now, Kuldeep has always had a pretty successful career. She was only 16 when she took her first test drive of the car that she wanted to buy, actually of the 2 cars that she was confused about, namely Maruti Suzuki SX4 and Chevrolet Optra. In India, you need to be at least 18 years of age to get a driving license but Kuldeep used to drive her car without a license – god bless the bribery, and did I forget to tell you that Kuldeep didn’t go for either of the cars that she test drove, she went for the Hyundai Elantra instead.

Kuldeep cannot forget the funny incident that happened during the notorious 2001 Gujarat earthquake – Kuldeep’s grandmother who couldn’t walk didn’t let anybody in Kuldeep’s family to go down to save their life because she didn’t want to die alone and nobody went down to make sure that the eldest member of the family doesn’t die alone.

Kuldeep’s cousin once called her a soy girl. Instead of going mad, Kuldeep was happy about the fact that this cousin of her has nothing better to do.

Kuldeep is a workaholic and there has never been a time when she felt sleepy while working, she loves working so much that she can work for 3 days without blinking, the only reason that she sleeps is for her health otherwise she would never go to sleep.

Kuldeep is starting her writing career with authoring a book on the Chutiya people of Assam, Kuldeep is writing about how great of warriors these Chutiya people used to be in the ancient and medieval times and how the slang ‘Chutiya’ has its roots in the Chutiya people of Assam.

Kuldeep recently bookmarked the popular gambling blog –  the invisible string because she wants to try her luck with the online gambling and the invisible string looks like the best blog to her to get some tips and tricks regarding the same.

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