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Raavi Paar: And Other Stories #2019

Raavi Paar And Other Stories Raavi Paar is a collection of short stories which do not follow a particular theme but touch upon different human emotions The stories in this book have their roots in the Indian culture but express u

  • Title: Raavi Paar: And Other Stories
  • Author: Gulzar
  • ISBN: 9788129110138
  • Page: 163
  • Format: Paperback
  • Raavi Paar: And Other Stories By Gulzar, Raavi Paar is a collection of short stories which do not follow a particular theme but touch upon different human emotions The stories in this book have their roots in the Indian culture but express universal emotions that are experienced across the boundaries of regions, caste, and creed Varied emotions of love, heartbreak, aloofness, anxiety, fear, and longing are exprRaavi Paar is a collection of short stories which do not follow a particular theme but touch upon different human emotions The stories in this book have their roots in the Indian culture but express universal emotions that are experienced across the boundaries of regions, caste, and creed Varied emotions of love, heartbreak, aloofness, anxiety, fear, and longing are expressed in this book.There is one story in which movie star Dilip Kumar breaks the heart of a young girl There is another where a man pushes off another from a moving train Raavi Paar also tells the story of a Muslim man whose wish is to be cremated after death and not be buried There is also a story about a married woman who realises that the only reason for her husband to marry her was to use her as cheap labour.The title of this book is an incident from the author s own life During the India Pakistan partition, the author was mistakenly claimed as their own child by another family Raavi Paar consists of stories which will touch the reader s hearts due to the simplicity and intricacy of emotions portrayed by the author.Serious, moving, funny and ironic by turns, these stories are replete with the perceptions of a man who has viewed the world with equanimity and compassion.

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    1. Gulzar the name, the storywriter, the songwriter, the movie maker, the director, the poet, the person the life everything is as lyrical and melodious that you can t decide which image is the best his short stories so simple yet so moving for me Gulzar is the living Manto different but yet so similarI had been wanting to read his book for a long time and reading it has just made me want of him if you like short stories and you are a fan of Manto, Chugtai or any Indian author from the partition e [...]

    2. I have read a good number of books about Partition and similar stories, and when I heard about Raavi Paar, I was looking forward to read it as I know that Gulzar has seen the partition and has suffered from it.I have a special place in my book shelf which is dedicated to Gulzar s poems, however I have always called him Gulzar and not Gulzar Sahaab All I can tell you is, that, after reading Raavi Paar the short story which is part of this book just that one story which is had been given a Manto e [...]

    3. Such elegant prose with depth in characters, the stories make the reader get lost in those times The narration is quite interesting and is reflective of how we, as a country and society are changing, while in reality we live in the same old world Gulzar is a master of words His poetic element is what makes such writing memorable and beautiful It makes one contemplate beyond the ordinary existence I am glad I read this one.

    4. Tamilian turning fan of Saheb I attended a literature discussion of Gulzar Saheb recently My friend urged me to get any of Saheb s book autographed by him I didn t really know how precious it is.Now, I m reading his writing with a pride having a book autographed by him.His stories makes you to travel with the time, and with the situation This book is no exception I m not an eligible one to review his writing, the best I could do is suggest you to read this book.

    5. Raavi Paar and Dhuan, both short tragic stories based during the Partition, and Kagaz Ki Topi, of unrequited in a uniquely Indian way love are amazing

    6. A good book can grip you But a great book can trap you, change the air and weather around you, and leave you satisfied, yet oddly lusting for Raavi Paar is a great book The master of verse Gulzar Sahab proves that his prose is no less poetic and dream like Each story in this collection is immensely simple and unassuming But by the time you end reading it, it has already crawled inside your head, heart and won t leave it for months As I journeyed from the tales of colonial India, of partition, o [...]

    7. I ve read this text in Hindi, and it was almost like going back home Well, for people who ve explored and enjoyed Gulzar s poetry, this might come as a pleasant surprise, but might succumb to the pressure of the reader s expectations His tales about love, life, loss, and circumstances carry the optimum dose of profundity that his poetry offers, but somewhere miss the depth of analogies, or imagery that one is so used to I personally preferred tales such as Seema , Bimalda , Bantwara , and Lekin [...]

    8. I knew Gulzar has a way with words when it comes to poetry but this is the first prose that I ve read that s been written by him The stories in Raavi Paar are derived from day to day life in India from a bygone era Stories related to partition really bring out the suffering of that time without ever trivializing it.I m sure everyone will find something to relate to in this book The prose is simple and effective Gulzar has a way with narrative that few possess Highly recommended

    9. The different states of mind with ordinary characters are captured beautifully in these short stories I believe the Hiindi version should be read for those who understand the language The sincerity and sensitivity that Gulzaar saab tries to depict would be better felt if the Hiindi version is read The stories end in a way that leaves the reader to interpret and feel the pain euphoria disillusionment in different cases.

    10. Short stories in Devnaagri Urdu, all with a soul Gulzar s stories are like poetry The characters seem to be very familiar, very own, and you feel their emotion as you listen along as they tell their stories.

    11. I read it right before Norwegian Wood and then lost the faculty to view it separately Read about their combined effect and my thoughts here medium the unread bookshe

    12. What a brilliant compilation of short stories, written by the genius Gulzar himself Highly recommended to lovers of storytelling around the world.

    13. A wonderfully written heart touching book Life is experienced, explored and explained, with unbelievable impact and beauty in each and every story.

    14. Sheer genius could be an understatement when it comes to describing Gulzar and his works.I have always been a fan of his songs and movies and this book had me spell bound yet again My favourite stories would be Raavi Paar and Khauff.I certainly agree with the other reviewers ,they had a feel of Manto and Amrita Pritam to them.While reading the story Daliya i realised this one had been used in the very famous movie Rudaali The other ones that i enjoyed reading were Dhuaan , Mard , Bantwara and Ja [...]

    15. , , very emotional stories its a dish you would like to enjoy slowly by reading only one story at time Gulzar s style of giving emotion twist is simply awesome.

    16. Brilliant No one, other than Gulzar ji himself, can describe his excellence There are a lot of short stories concerning varied themes and backgrounds that every person of any literary taste will enjoy It is a must read

    17. Brilliant Absolutely delightful vignettes about everyday Indian life, soon vanishing Highly recommend it.

    18. Often mystic often shocking and often goosebumps inducing The English translations are no match when you read originals of this magician storyteller.

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