About the Book: The intricacies of relationships can be difficult to unravel, as we often acknowledge the truth but choose to ignore it, instead indulging in our fantasies. The bond between a mother and child is also multifaceted, with the mother nurturing her child in her womb, giving birth, and instilling a profound sense of self-awareness in the child. Despite spending nine months within the mother's womb, the child fails to fully comprehend the depth of a mother's love. The child becomes drawn to new experiences and relationships, unable to grasp the subtleties of the pure relationship between mother and child. This may be because the mother's every action during pregnancy remains concealed in her conscious mind, leading her to prioritize her own well-being over that of the child's, resulting in one-sided and agonizing longing.
This book delves into these themes and explores the complexities of human relationships. It also examines other relationships, such as the connections between Naresh and Mamta, Suchitra and Narayan, each with their own intricacies and challenges that are an inevitable part of life. As change is the only constant, death becomes the ultimate expression of it.
About Author: A commoner and simpleton with relentless pride to be Indian and one who understands and reinforces the values of hard work in his continued tryst with destiny. The author encourages the readers to take daily struggles of survival heads-on, face the oddities of life face front and not to be discouraged by the ebbs and flows of life as he chose to. He hopes to inspire courage in everyone who unlike him has consistently fought battles to make his dreams come true and not to be unnerved by disappointments. The author has documented and expressed his emotional evolution through developing penchant of expression through putting ink on the paper-his stories and novels. His penmanship has given him satisfaction and mental piece and hopes to pass on the words of wisdom and gratitude to the dear readers.
Now days he is working on another fiction work ‘Moh-Raag’ in which a person whole of life confused and did not make decision that which type of life he wants to choose a spiritual or a simple family life.
- Paperback: 188 pages
- Publisher: White Falcon Publishing; 1 edition (2023)
- Author: Janki Prasad Pandey
- ISBN-13: 9781636408736
- Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 1 x 8.5 Inches
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