While reading Hukum Desh ka ikka kota, a light smoke continues to rise like a fog in your thoughts, which fills your mind with sensations, and these sensations are conscious. I can’t get out ofOpen yourself up and give your information, not outside
Is it possible to play a card game between fate and humans? A game where you must use the cards of memory, imagination, perseverance and courage to overcome the moves of fate. And when both sides are immersed in the game, and every move is recorded in the vivid language of the neutral side, you can imagine the joy of those watching the game!
A reader reading the recently published non-fiction title of Neelakshi Singh – “Hukum Deshu Ka Ikka Kota” I experience something similar. The book not only bears traces of autobiography, diary and memoir, but also touches on a novel aspect of a special kind. This work can also be seen as a story behind and inside her novel.”Kera’, It expands like a novel that, sometimes by fate, sometimes spontaneously, collides with life’s bewildering ups and downs.
Moving your eyelids up and down on the pages of this book casts shadows of deadly diseases like cancer. But it is as disorienting as the crude world presence in her novels.Kera‘. Vanilla’s death isn’t much of a word compared to Kuroshio-Flavored Life, a situation where you have to wait in a hospital hallway for your name to be called to go through the endless process of a complex illness. The work creates a contrast between the threads of memory, imagination, and introspection, and the extraordinary journey of death and the uncertainties of life.
However, through the challenges of cancer and the process of its treatment, which came as a sudden turning point in her life, the author explores memory and imagination and her inner self in this book. Passing through it takes the reader through many opposing nature experiences at once. At one moment the reader is stunned by his fate, at another the author drags him down a corridor of childhood memories. And just as he begins to get caught up in the painful and painful process of cancer treatment, at the next turn the cautious tricks and risk-taking courage of the author’s young mind await him.
When the reader sees the author’s insistence and physical pain struggling not to dominate even for a moment, and feels as if it were all happening to him, the author shocks him into her personality room. , and her negative shades are overflowing. The author seems unconcerned about revealing his own gray side, so you begin to fall in love with the human. bring out
The author is writing the novel while going through that stage of life. As a reader here, it’s memorable and interesting to see how a writer can distance himself from the plot of a novel being written at the same time as the events happening in his life. They seem unrelated to each other, but on closer inspection they also seemed to be reflections of each other.
The great thing about this book is that it makes you want to read it all at once, but keeps you wanting to read it. Many things begin to move together in the reader’s mind while reading this. Fear and tears like Anonymous are always with you, but with an equally sincere smile and a kind of euphoria. The pages of a book have so many layers created by the magic of memory that, even after reading, they reveal different meanings in new forms in the reader’s memory.
The language of the book is as multifaceted as its form. It’s natural, natural, playful and at the same time fresh, the author’s signature language. Neelakshi is a great writer of Hindi literature and whoever reads her is drowning in details.
This 200-page book is, in some ways, a collage of love stories. This is not only the love story of two sisters, but also the love story of relationships, the environment, the address, the wall, and even the radiation machine. There is also.
The book tells the story of seven months of cancer treatment, with chapters divided into seven months from February to October.Its subchapter is named after the game that every Indian childhood goes through. Kera.
A reference is incomplete if you talk about the book and don’t talk about the handwritten pages that precede the subchapter. Kera, which the author was writing while undergoing cancer treatment. From the characters written there and the pictures drawn unconsciously, we can read the author’s state of mind, and to some extent understand the author’s writing process.
while reading Hukum Deshu Ka Ikka Kota, a light smoke continues to rise like a mist in thought, which gives a mental path full of sensations, but these sensations do not come out of consciousness. Instead of going out, they open themselves up and give their information.
In parallel, she opens the layers of the mind, taking readers to the unknown planet of “ideas” and letting them travel their own thoughts. Neelakshi has brought her vibes in this book in a way that artistically reflects emotions, relationships and love in their original form. She takes her literature and her writing to new heights.
All in all, this is a book of the writer’s thought process behind making a book, and a book for a deeper understanding of a life that needs to be preserved as well as read.
The author is a Bangalore-based management professional, literary critic and co-director of the Kalinga Literary Festival. He can be reached at his firstname.lastname@example.org. Views are personal.
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