Kartarya - Ik Haak Tere Sath Nu

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On the land of Punjab, There were lot of events have happened. Which are stilling happening in different forms. Few people are leaving the Punjab and migrating somewhere else in the world. And few are tiring to add termites in roots of this land. The water of this land is almost comes to the point of extinct. No one is caring about decreasing population of the bird's species. It is encircled by various dangerous powers. and lot of unknown faces are adding the poison in minds and hearts of the people who live here. Troubles are hanging in every direction for centuries. But this land always gives the birth to the people who face these difficulties by not loosing hope. Worriers are again ready to face the hidden attacks, without taking care of their lives for this land.

This book is a story of these courageous people, who are still fighting with unknown double faced enemies.

About the Author: Amanjit Singh Brar was born and raised in Punjab, India. Punjab, the land of five rivers. He loves the field of agriculture. He is writing a book for first time. Before that he is a filmmaker. He has directed two Punjabi films. Both films cover the life of real Punjab in a surreal way. In his films he tried to project the suffering of Punjab these days. Even in this book he wrote the story of Punjab. He believes that films and stories paly major role to project and save the culture of civilizations. According to him books are always better than films. Because films are always created to generate money. And business always tries to manipulate reality according to the viewers and buyers. He has worked in the field of advertising industry as a Designer and Photographer. For him telling stories is the purest form of work, just like agriculture is a purest form of work. Aman Brar does not have much hobbies. Because his every hobby is merged into his profession of storytelling. Like after ploughing the ground and soil. We sow seeds and then water them for months. During this period, we save the crop from every danger, that can be possible at any stage. We add fertilizers to help the crop to grow. After months when crop is ready for cultivation, we cut the crop and preserve it. One day we serve it to the people. And let them decide that if it good for health and helps people to grow physically and intellectually. That is why Aman Brar loves agriculture and storytelling. Both are important for Dharma and Karma.

  • Paperback: 398 pages
  • Publisher: White Falcon Publishing; 1 edition (2022)
  • Author: Amanjit Singh Brar
  • ISBN-13: 9781636406596
  • Product Dimensions:  5.5 x 1 x 8.5 Inches

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