This book provides a vivid depiction of the extreme hardships and struggles of a courageous woman. But those experiences prepared an otherwise simple village girl into a dauntless anti-corruption activist. The result of which, is now the The Golden Lady of Nepal, keeps you wondering how Sharada will face her next cruelty or challenge.

Deborah Huges, Two Sisters - Bremerton, Washington

The Golden Lady of Nepal, offers truths which are often so dark that we would rather wish them untruths or turn our heads, wanting to believe that what we have read was fiction. Sharada demonstrates what a strong will can achieve by turning her sorrows into better lives for others. The will Sharada demonstrates in her story is truly inspiring and sets ban example of how we need to wake up and lend a hand anywhere there is a need.

Kecia Doke, Denver, Colorado

The Golden Lady of Nepal, touched my heart in ways I did not think imaginable. It was a difficult book to read knowing it is an non-fiction and learning of the lifestyles even possible in other parts of the world. It opened my eyes as to how fortunate our lives are in theUnited States and how much we need more Sharada’s in life. I would definitely recommend this book as a must read.

Martha Wright, Hanover, Pennsylvania

The Golden Lady of Nepal, is a perfect example of how an individual can cope with her personal trauma by claiming a public space in the civil movement of Nepal. Her strength that of iron yet her inner spirit of gold.

S. Allan Kane, MD, California

Congratulations for choosing this book! I have no doubt that it will change your life for the better. It will inspire you to achieve your dreams and to live the life that you have always wanted to live!

Raymond Aaron, New York Times Bestselling Author, Canada

Bhakta Bahadur Bhandari was born and raised in Nepal but moved to the United States for his education, graduating from the University Of Central Oklahoma, on August 1, 2006, with a degree in Bachelor of Business Administration. His legal name in the United States for his American friends is Bob Bhandari. He enjoys his life in the United States with his wife and children, but he still has a sense of obligation to his homeland and family still in living in Nepal. To Bob’s credit, he has spent his life looking after the needs of many people with his volunteer work, and currently is an entrepreneur, and successful administrator and as a leader since 1993. Now he is serving as General Secretary of ‘Nepalese Society, Texas USA’ while he is working and affiliated with many organizations. Bob’s extensive work on behalf of the Nepalese people never rests with his involvement in both the United States and Nepal societies for the be the betterment of humanity.

Mr. Bobby Bikram Shah, Nepal

Riveting, hair-raising, and deplorable are only a few words I can think of to describe this extraordinary book, The Golden Lady of Nepal. I sat on the edge of my seat with tear stained eyed yet intrigued by Sharada’s never ending source of spirited energy to keep fighting. She survived one assault after another and still continues to help the lives of others live in a corrupt free world.

Karina Gravesley, Canada

I was not sure what to expect when I was asked to read The Golden Lady of Nepal, but after reading the Introduction it was peaking my curiosity as to how anyone could survive such a life and wanted to read further. Sharada endured personal assaults to her body, mind and emotions yet get back up and keeps fighting. Her spirit is enlightening and most captivating.

Bryan Weatherly, UK