Each case had some experiences above 25 years in store for me. First Lady Detective (Investigator) pvt of India having 57 awards. Above 75000 cases solved at National and International Level. 'A detective is born, not made'. And this proved exactly right in my way. Intelligence is what a person cannot get by learning, but by life. No great teacher can teach you to think smart, act accordingly and solve the case. All naturally. Each day you get a new case; and in many of them, you have to play a dual role. Like a teacher and student both. Decision making as per the circumstance is very essential in the making of a detective. Any cases can ask you for a solution. Finding out if a school or college going student is going around in bad company, investigating about one's pre marital life or snitching one's extra marital affair, following a company's performance or searching out a secret of a company; all are a part of a detective's life. Such cases can be experienced by a detective and the most important factor is guidance and so I have authored two books so as to channel detectives. I received awards for these books too. Different crisis occur in our society. Resolving them means approaching Rajani Pandit. No crime can prevail where there is Rajani Pandit
Lux Sahyadri Hirkani Award
"Kiah Diamond Jewellery Woman of the Month"
"Face Behind Face" Book written by her
"Mayajal" Book written by her
The fast economic growth almost all over the globe has spawned a new trend of crime. Economic offenses, cyber crimes, bank frauds, fraudulent deals on the Internet are occur frequently. These types of crimes have made inroads into India too. The official investigation agencies, within the states and those operating at the national level, are woefully inadequate to deal with the ever increasing crimes. Hence the need for private detectives is very essential. Our country had no institutions to train detectives previously. In this profession, it is a verified truth that a detective is born, not made. Training institutions of foreign countries too unequivocally endorse this view. Not training, but qualitative approach can be of help to a detective unless he or she is perceptive, intelligent.