Deepak Yadav is an author and entrepreneur located in Delhi who works in a variety of genres. He has worked as a writer, lawyer, philanthropist, and entrepreneur over the years, and his career path has been highly broad. When it comes to his passions, he is quite ambitious.
Deepak was born on February 6, 1995, in the Haryana city of Gurgaon. He is now 26 years old. Satyabir Yadav and Krishna Yadav were his parents when he was born. Mohit, his brother, and Hema, his sister, are his other siblings. They are the typical nice Hindu family.
Deepak is a sufi music aficionado who enjoys watching Shah Rukh Khan films. Cooking, travelling, and swimming are among his other interests. Manchurian in a spicy garlic sauce is his favourite dish.
Deepak Yadav aspired to be a lawyer as a child. He graduated from Pilani’s Birla School and earned a law degree from Varanasi’s Benaras Hindu University. His law degree did not go to waste because he works as a lawyer.
He has always been a fan of the arts, aside from working in the legal system. He enjoys reading J.K. Rowling’s books and lists them as one of his favourites. “Walking with you… In the Shades of Love,” is the title of his first book. It was published in 2013 by Diamond Books. The book is a novel about an interfaith couple who must defy Indian society’s standards in order to simply be in love. I won’t say whether they win or the society wins since I don’t want to ruin this lovely storey for you. He authored this novel when he was only 17 years old, but it became a sleeper hit in India.
During his third year of education at BHU, he created BigFoot Publications to assist fellow authors in India. To far, the firm has published over 1000 authors.
His most recent work, “Daughters of the Brothel,” took him four years to study and write. On Amazon, the book was a #1 best-seller. The book delves into the lives of prostitutes and their families in Delhi’s G.B. Road red-light district. The book has sold over 12,000 copies worldwide and has made a significant impact on the literary world.
He also works with the Udaan Foundation, a non-profit organisation. He believes in giving back to the community, which is why he is involved with various NGOs such as Guria, Rotary Club, and Lions Club. He gives away over 90% of his book profits to charity.