From last couple of days a name is going round in popular media. Hints- Politics. Religion.
2019 Reading Satisfactory. But boring at time. But that was my own doing. I wanted to lighten my to-read list a bit. So read mostly what once I thought interesting. I am somewhat successful in doing so. As I see my read section of the year I find that I read lots of women centric … Continue reading 2019 on Goodreads
If you happen to enjoy reading about Afghanistan, you can try reading Nadia Hashimi. If you can keep the technicality aside and be a bit forgiving you will enjoy knowing about the culture, societal condition of Afghans. Do give a read.
There are certain commas in history that keep us intrigued. Partition of India in 1947 is one such. I can never have my full.I am often asked for suggestion to-read. It puts me in dilemma. I don't thing there is one stop for it. One need to have a multiple reading. Certain events in the … Continue reading Story of Partition through books
“I am both numb and oversensitive, overwhelmed by the need, the raw and desperate need of the girls I am listening to and trying to help. I'm overdosing on the trauma of others, while still barely healing from my own.
'you have limited time but unlimited books to read ,letting go is hard but holding on will be harder.
Agha Ajoka (War is very ugly) May we always remember. "The world was silent when we died."
इस उपन्यास का केंद्र बिन्दु संघर्ष है। अब वो कभी देश की स्वतंत्रा के लिए,तो कभी अपने समाज के पीढ़ियों के रूढ़िवादी सामाजिक नियम को बचाने चेष्ठा। सामाजिक वर्गीकरण और समाज में महिलाओं से जुड़ी समस्याओं को भी दर्शाने की कोशिश की गई है।
“Not forever does the bulbul sing In balmy shades of bowers, Not forever lasts the spring Nor ever blossom the flowers. Not forever reigneth joy, Sets the sun on days of bliss, Friendships not forever last, They know not life, who know not this.”
This book is an attempt to vocalize the pain, anguish, sense of loss and the ultimate silence that has captivated the life of mass. Women and children in particular became the “unwitting victim of the tussle for pretty power between the two countries".