“This book is not just another story of Mahabharat!”
The very first line of this book warns you of what you will not
find in the pages ahead.
From the author who brought to you a well-researched book
‘Ramayan Retold with Scientific Evidences’, Smt. Saroj Bala
now brings to the table an even more interesting dating of the
events of Mahabharat,
Is the ordinary really that ordinary? Is being ordinary easy? Is ordinary boring? These are the question's author Bindu asks through her characters in this collection of 13 sensitive and intriguing stories—Of Beasts & Beauty. The answer is a loud and emphatic “NO”.
It is through these stories that the author’s own notion of the ordinary changed.
Go beyond defining mountains only by their height, though the summit of a peak is nothing more than the point where it gives way to clouds and the sky; next, ponder over a paradigm shift in ancient Indian history in the modern day search for the mythical Sarasvati river; and finally, make your way through an emphatic and enhanced collection of stories about Tibetan refugees starting anew in India.
Maoists – the term has been derived from the word “Maoism” which is used to describe the political, social, economic and military theories of Chinese leader Mao Zedong. The movement was slowly adopted by the people in India. Communist Party of India was formed and soon they came to be known as ‘Naxalites’. Their motive was to over throw the Government via war. The same ideology was carried from generation to generation.