Register   -   Login  -   Shopping Bag ( 0 ) cart

CART SUBTOTAL
£0
SHIPPING
£0.00

TOTAL
£0

Embers the Beginning and Embarks the End of Mirpur | Review

Check out this review by poet/writer, Mrs Rachna Gupta for Embers the Beginning and Embarks the End of Mirpur.

 

A candid description of simmering emotions of a six year child finds vent in the shape of ' EMBERS THE BEGINING AND EMBERS THE END OF MIRPUR'.

 

An autobiographic account of tormented months of childhood, struggles of teenage and settling down in adulthood is as straightforward as the author Dr. Kulvir  himself Written in simple language it doesn't fail to leave impact on readers. One can easily feel the childlike innocence in his love for nature whether during 45 days vacation time in childhood  or passing through similar terrain during dislocation turmoil or assignment with Sandoz India Ltd.! A compulsive reader and traveler without any prejudice he invariably has compared the atrocities committed in different civilizations under one pretext or the other and helplessness of less privileged.The positiveness towards life for better times quite often surfaces.

 

His daughter and colleague Dr. Shwaita has touchingly concised the torturous times undergone by her family and the likes in her contributed poem: Mirpur...A Paradise...A tragedy. The wounds of victims during partition annihilation are deep, scars are difficult to be erased yet no harm in expecting that deep wounds are healed, scars are dimmed with loving family and friends and dream of a peaceful world too comes true. 

 

 

Back to Blog

19/03/19

You may also like

  • The Scalpel and The Sword' by R. John Thorpe | Reviewed by Mark Graham

    We recently received a glowing review of 'The Scalpel and the Sword' by R. John Thorpe. Reviewed by Mark Graham. Read on to see the full review. 

    JULY 02, 2020
    Book Reviews
  • Side splittingly funny books!

    Laughter has been proven to make you feel better - endorphins and all. Sometimes you cannot beat a book that makes you laugh out loud. Something a lot of us need right now... here are some of our top picks! 

    APRIL 08, 2020
    Book Reviews