Sneha Bambach (name changed) is a half-Indian half-German Indian woman who loves to read a lot of Indian and Sikh history. Sneha is writing a book on the glory of Guru Gobind Singh. She is writing about how Guru Gobind Singh successfully converted so many Hindus and people of other faith to Sikhism and how his technique of putting the surname ‘Singh’ instead of the clan names of the Sikhs helped him make an alliance with the Rajputs.
Sneha owns and runs an online furniture store which is quite unusual as it is closed on the occasion of major Hindu festivals including Deepawali, Holi, Raksha Bandhan.
Sneha loves to tell her friends, relatives and the people she is familiar with stories about her school and college days, one of the stories that she told me was about a classmate of hers whose name was Himanshu Singh, he failed the mathematics examinations in the 12th standard and he was given a second chance to pass the mathematics examination along with all the other students that failed the mathematics examinations too. Sneha remembers that it was the mathematics examination that most students failed at. Yes, so let us come back to 17 year old Himanshu Singh, Sneha cannot stop laughing each time she tells his story, he was wearing a tilak larger than she ever saw before believing that it will bring him some good luck. He then went to the temple each day until the mathematics examination results came and he failed again.
As mentioned before, Sneha is a very religious Hindu and like most Hindus, she gambles on the days before Deepavali, the only difference is that she plays it online, she also reads a lot of gambling related stuff on the internet on blogs like state champs.