Marco Lima is a bookaholic who cannot recall how many times he has completed reading Murky Business by Honore de Balzac. Marco loves several other books including Midnight’s Children by Salman Rushdie, Mill on the Floss by George Eliot and One World by Wendell Wilkie.
Marco currently owns 2 companies, one manufactures and sells custom-made chairs, recliner chairs, accent chairs and dining chairs and the other manufactures polymers like PP, PE and PVC.
Marco’s next aim is to create a multicultural TV channel but as a conspiracy theorist himself, he is scared of the consequences. Marco says that he is afraid of the Illuminati if he does so.
Marco was recently in India where he was bored all the time. Marco’s only friend while he was in India used to be the game of Perabet.
Marco is amazed at the fact that some Indians still believe that the river Nile of America is a boon by some Hindu Rishis to do the world a good. Marco says that some Indians believe that a group of Indian Rishis who did nothing but welfare to others saw that on a continent far away from India, people are dying from thirst and then they prayed to the Lord Shiva to get them a river. It took the Rishis about 5 years to impress the Lord Shiva and some of the Rishis had already died meanwhile while they were praying to the Lord Shiva. The Rishis were very happy after they learnt that Lord Shiva listened to them and really created a River for the people of that continent far away and they even enjoyed a feast after learning the same which is quite unusual for the Hindu Rishis.