Who painted my money white

Who painted my money white? My first work of fiction

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You have been wonderfully supportive of my efforts as an author. Now I am releasing my first book of fiction, Who painted my money white?


Here is the Synopsis:

The main characters are politicians from Indian political parties, 2 Police officers, a few bureaucrats, and saboteurs.

Greedy politicians of a party in power (the Freedom Party) want to ensure that the opposition can never come to power. Pander to the largest minority, enrich them beyond their expectations and ensure they will be with the party. To this end, a plan is hatched to print high denomination money and try and increase the velocity of money, thereby creating the illusion of growth. In a moment of weakness, the Finance Minister (FM) is seduced by an ISIS agent when on a trip to London and incriminating videos are taken. The FM is blackmailed into buying paper from a specific supplier and also forced to share security features of the new series of high-denomination notes about to be released in India. Intelligence Bureau alerts Home Ministry of the breach. A new set of guidelines are issued for printing the next batch onwards, but the officials connected with it are honey trapped and forced to reveal it to the dreaded Intelligence Wing of a hostile neighbour, Pakistan.

Surprise, surprise, Pakistan comes out with the same exact type of notes, almost indistinguishable from the Indian equivalent. A shipment from Dubai arrives in Kochi with 2 containers full of counterfeit cash (each valued at 5000 crores), printed in Pakistan. The containers are taken possession by a nephew of a powerful politician from Kerala. A hand-picked set of 100 Chartered Accountants are each given 10 individuals to whom the money is to be distributed. Most of the individuals end up depositing their currency in co-operative banks. The fake money slowly starts moving around the country, driving up inflation and real estate prices, mixing with good notes. The Prime Minister does not know the fake currency saga until the Intelligence Chief warns him of what happened. Because of a series of scams, the government gets voted out and a single party (People’s Voice) gets an absolute majority.

  • How the new party tackles the counterfeit currency in circulation.
  • Realizing that Pakistan is about to flood India with fake currency (three mints were printing Indian currency, tripling the amount of fake currency being generated) India demonetized 500 and 1000 rupee notes. But despite the best attempts, a porous border with Nepal and Bangladesh results in a significant amount of the fake currency entering Indian banks. When the notes were tallied, instead of 87% of printed notes coming back to RBI, 113% comes!
  • The counterfeit money is used to spawn three different types of nefarious activities and how the Intelligence Bureau cracks this
  • There is a plan to assassinate the newly elected Prime Minister. How the Intelligence Bureau tracks it and thwarts it.
  • How the new government deals with these challenges and pilots the nation out of trouble

The e-Book is now available on Amazon for Rs.399. Click on this link to purchase your copy. If you would like to read this on your smart phone, then Amazon supplies a free Kindle reader app for your phone. The same goes for your Tablets/ iPads as well as your Laptops and Desktops. The point is that you don’t need a Kindle reader to read a Kindle e-Book. Enjoy and please add a comment on what you thought of the book.


  1. Got your book yesterday , read it in one go, as racy as a Hadley Chase , insane politics and rather naive and crude the beak India team, a touch of foresight and large drops of inspiration from Frederick Foresyth. A book after my heart .Had stopped reading fiction but this was written for me.
    Awesome work.

  2. Read book, for vide circulation book should be translated into marathi, Kannada, telugu gujrati etc.

  3. Sir,
    What a fantastic fiction (?). Who painted my money white? I gone through it in a single go on my kindle. Would you please grant me permission to translate it in Regional Marathi language.

    1. Author

      Thanks for the compliment. The Marathi version of the book is ready and is being released shortly.

  4. SI garu namaste , finished reading WPMMW finally , the actual thrill starts from chapter 25 , when Priya and Karan enter the scene. It was a good read . But the guessing work for page 4 is still on, please help 😃 . Thank you

  5. Hello,

    I ordered “Who painted my money white”. Is there an ETA? [Order #3284] (August 18, 2020)

  6. Hi,
    I am eagerly awaiting the print version of Who painted my Lust red ?

    You are doing a great job In P Gurus you Tube Channel . Keep it up and GOD Bless .


  7. Dear Iyer.
    Your explanation in the book” who painted my money white ” is fantastic.
    I ,being a ex-CBI officer and a senior scientist, salute you for the thorough ness and investigation conducted by you.
    P K Krishnan.

  8. My friend suggested to me to get a copy of this book, “Who Painted My Money White”. I won’t comment on the book but would say that “this is the best gift he would have ever presented to me”. Kindly get a copy, read, think, realize and stand by the motherland!

  9. It appears to be well researched , going by references. Sometimes facts are stranger than fiction! An amazing read. Superb sir.

  10. Good book to read . It is just a tip of iceberg showing the level corruption level this party have .Expecting few more exposing story.

  11. Dear Iyer

    I was reading your book ‘Who pained my money White’. You had mentioned about Jai Mangalam Jewelers, I searched for that company and could not find it in google. Is that Jewelry, just a nick name ? Masking the names of the characters, is this a true story ?

    Warm regards
    Vimal Iyer

  12. Read your book, Who painted my money white.

    I may have a few things to discuss with you personally, cannot be in open forum, If i could get your personal mail ID, can mail you.

    I am based in Mumbai.

    Arun Lamba

  13. I am trying to buy around 5 books in Dubai however not able to get in a single book store. I am not a fan of e-books or kindle. Can someone help is getting a paper copy.

  14. Though a fiction, it’s not difficult to correlate in real life. A masterpiece indeed and also disturbing to quite an extent. A must-read for every Indian to gain an insight of Indian politics and to know how low the traitors can stoop to satisfy their lust for money and power.

    1. Please make audio or e-book version available to enable my friend, whose vision is seriously impaired, enjoy this book. Thanks and regards.

  15. Maida is not booked in the case you have mentioned in the book, but some other case.

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  17. Sir, I am intrigued by the book and contents. Could you tell us what % of the story is real. Have you just weaved a story around information available in public domain, which includes accusations as well as false narrative. Or were you privy to insider information? Did your fiction border blasphemy?

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