Jaise ham rozamarraa ke aur zarooree kaam karate hain vaise hee vichaaron kee abhivyakti ek zarooree kaary hai. Lekin ka_ii baar prasannataa, dukh athavaa krodh ke ka_ii aise bhaav hote hain jo sirph dil men dabakar rah jaate hain. Yah pustak aise hee tamaam bhaavon ko ujaagar karane kaa ek zariyaa hai. ah pustak koshish hai tamaam nakaaraatmakataa_on men sakaaraatmakataa talaashanaa, gahan andhere men ujaale kee ek kiraṇa talaashanaa, aur asnbhav men bhee ek snbhaavanaa talaashanaa.
Jeevan kee kala se mera yahee prayojan hai ki hamaaree sanvedansheelta, hamaaree paatrata, hamaaree graahakta, hamaaree respective itnee vikasit ho ki jeevan mein jo sundar hai, jeevan mein jo satya hai, jeevan mein jo shiv hai, vah sab-vah sab hamaare hriday tak pahunch sake. Us sabko ham anubhav kar sakein, lekin ham jeevan ke saath jo vyavahaar karte hain, usase hamaare hriday kaa darpan na to nikharta, na nirmal hota, na saaf hota; aur gandaa hota, aur dhool se bhar jaata hai. Usmein pratibimb padne aur bhee kathin ho jaate hain.
Ek Ladki Pani Pani manages to draw that connection between life and water in its own unique way. The story that starts with the specter of drought has water as its central character. What will our lives be without water? The novel is a reflection of that horrific reality. The novel is stand-alone in its category, where science fiction has been interwoven into the lives of female protagonists with such expertise that the underlying message of the novel does not get lost in the highs and lows of the characters' lives.
The second book in the Ajaya series, Kali ka Uday tells the story of the vanquished in the epic war Mahabharata. The book narrates the story from the point of view of the Kauravas. The story starts with the Kaurava prince Duryodhana challenging Krishna before the apocalyptic war breaks out. The author describes a city waiting with bated breadth for the outcome of the war. While women, noblemen, priests and humble beings helplessly watch the war and its consequences unfold in front of them, the greedy traders circle the skies in anticipation of what's to come next.
The compositions of Wasim Barelvi, an exponent of Moradabadi School of poetry, appeal to the classes and masses alike. Charag is a compilation of these works. Known for his deft handling of easy and everyday language, the poetry of Wasim wins the hearts of all. It also shows Wasim Barelvi’s engagement with contemporary times and its issues. His poems do not just dwell in any imaginary world, but contemporary problems and events form an integral part of his repertoire, which makes his works more relevant.
Gautam Rajrishi - a name that has emerged as a refreshing change in modern poetry of Hindi literature. Who would have imagined that a serving colonel of Indian army would introduce us to a new style of Ghazals? And that is precisely what he does, with ease and panache...dismantling all the stereotyped images we have harbored in our minds. He picks up his words from our daily life, giving them a sublime bliss that we have never seen before in Ghazals.
Parajiton ki gatha, Ravana va uski praja ki kahani
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The story of Ravana and his people has been told innumerable times. This is the Hindi translation of the number one national best seller. This saga is of victory and defeat - a story that has been tainted by India's oppressed and exploited caste for 3,000 years. Unlike the Ramayana, the story of Ravana has never been told so far. But now it's time to speak for the dead and the defeated.
A scientist by profession but a poet at heart, Gauhar Raza is one of India’s leading Urdu poets of this age. He is also a social activist and a documentary filmmaker. Gauhar Raza's poetry has been known for frankness of tone and for the social concerns that they take up and treat sensitively. Khamoshi is a selection of his poetry including his famous poem Main Chahta hoon, in which he express his helplessness to write a romantic poem in the days of darkness.
Dilli Darbaar is the story of a young, jovial techno-geek called Rahul Mishra and his journey from being a careless flirt to a responsible man. Rahul moves from a small town to Delhi for better future prospects, and this brings about changes in his life and lifestyle to which he must adapt. His mantra in life is 'there is always a shortcut to success' - which he ironically proves right through his own eccentric ways. Dilli Darbaar is also about Paridhi, a typical East Delhi girl, and her path, as well as Rahul's, to finding the meaning of love, trust, friendship and life.
Bakar Puran is a biography of all those bachelor guys who leave their homes for cities like Delhi and become a part of the city. This book contains stories of every bachelor who fell in love, did stupid things and discussed India's foreign policy at the neighbourhood tea stall. Bakar Puran is the past, present and future of those bachelors which will always be the same. The language and style have the realism of a bachelor pad. Here, there is no garb of elitism in expression. Whatever it is, it just is.