someday ill be in company of all....

Sunday, March 31, 2013

Sunday Post

The Sunday Post is a weekly meme hosted by Kimba the Caffeinated Book Reviewer..It's a chance to share the news...A post to recap the past week on your blog, showcase books and things we have received  and share news about what it is coming up on the blog  for the week ahead..

After a long time I'm in Sunday post and honestly I feel home.. I had taken a break from my blog and now that I 'm back I wanted to participate in it again...This is a wonderful weekly meme...I have completed 200 posts ( I know to many its just another number but for me that was great)...I have started back  my other blog     In bits nd pieces, which is a collection of random rambling...I have some wonderful books lined up and I m really looking forward to my blogging with much more excitement and longing...Sunday is been great exploring my culinary skills with some traditional food and books....My research taking up much time I have withdrawn from all blog tours..So its just books for me..
I wish everyone a great week ahead..
so here goes my news
Book review
Modern Suburbia by Chris Merlo
Jahanara princessof princess by kathryn Lasky
A bolt of lightning by Satyen Nabar
Of mice and men by John Steinbeck
Sikander by M.Salahuddin khan
Wives and daughters by Elizabeth Gaskell
Howard end is on reading by Susan Hill

Random Musing
Its double century

Saturday, March 30, 2013

Book Review: Modern Suburbia by Chris Merlo

Title: Modern Suburbia
Author: Chris Merlo
Genre: Suspense/ Thriller
Rating: 4 out of 5
Source: Author

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Nathan takes up one last odd job of a transportation assignment, even that meant going back to Teal County to which he shares a strange frequency thereby estranged from it and why not he would be handsomely paid for it..Seemed like an easy and harmless job at the outset , but things take a different turn as his attitude does not match with tranquility of Teal County..He is arrested and before he knows he is bailed out which take him by surprise, why was  he followed for such a small assignment with so much of effort...As a precaution he keeps his consignment to be delivered with him and there begins a web of issues that involved even F.B.I...He has to unravel the puzzle himself to save his neck and his best friends...

The plot was quite engaging and crisply edited..There were no unwanted para or dialogues that seemed out of place...Character were all well placed be it the protagonist Nathan with his dare devil , don't care attitude, to Emily the free spirited adventure seeker, Aiden was a true friend in need who was my favorite in the story...Illegal activities wrapped in the name of high profile transaction are presented well keeping up latest scenario..Drug, black money, sex all adorn the story with power packed  storyline..teal county hides lot of mystery in its silent and modest outset...Suspense was done well keeping up with the thriller twists and turns...The book gets my high point for its sprinting plot and execution...The book is best for a fast paced read ...

Thursday, March 28, 2013

And its double century!!!

Now that I have overcome my procrastination and back in my track , I thought I should pat my back and celebrate....Drums roll and I am really happy that I have stuck this far okay now  let me stop being this important and just share why I am happy today...ITS MY 200th POST...

Though I have been an avid reader (though I may be right now) I have never wanted to pen down my views about a particular book....One upon a time not long ago vb was reading a book named Eat, pray , love by Elizebeth Gilbert (I know not the kind of book one expects) , I don't know from were it hit, but it just hit me hard and strong , and I started my blog, I m sorry to let you all down with a not so strong tale for starting this blog...Like many I have always believed that a book finds me rather I finding one and that is the reason  why I christened my blog as "books for me" and thus started my love affair with blog, blogging and my books....

There are  times when I have ignored my blog , but the truth is I have never fallen out of love...All these years I have mostly stuck to classics and history , but blogging has added dimension to my reading, it got me introduced to many authors whom I wouldn't have bothered to read otherwise..I also became open to books in general which in turn instilled a sense of excitement in my reading making it even more enjoyable...One more important facets of blogging is that , I got to learn about many bloggers who inspired me to read and to write for good...
 I have also had my instances of bloggers block (I don't know if something like that exists), still it has been real fun so far...I hope that with every passing day things would get better and better..

Tuesday, March 26, 2013

Book Review:Jahanara: Princess of princess by Kathryn Lasky

Title: Jahanara: Princess of princess
Author: Kathryn Lasky
Publisher: Scholastic Inc
Pages: 192
Price: Rs 888
Genre: Royal Princess diary
Source: Borrowed
Rating: 4 out of 5

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Jahanara is the daughter of a rich emperor in India. While she is showered with many riches, she is also confined by her strict religion and the rules of the palace.
In the 1600s, the Mughal emperors of India were among the greatest rulers of the East. Jahanara is the daughter of one of these ultra-rich and powerful figures, Shah Jahan, The Magnificent. The oldest and favorite of his children, she is showered with emeralds, diamonds, and rubies, and is attended by numerous servants and learned tutors. Yet, her world is not one of pure contentment. It is rife with intrigue and turmoil as her father fights for his rights to rule -- and she struggles against the confinement her Muslim religion dictates. Jahanara's diary allows readers to witness the exotic splendor and unforgettable drama of this past great dynasty.
Teenage ramblings of princess Jahanara , she is the daughter of Moghul emperor Shahjahan..Jahanara had everything she ever desired for jewels studded with precious gemstone, luxury in short a life of opulence and splendor ..Being the favorite daughter of her father, she could have anything even before she wished...But then when the emperor Shah jahan lost  a battle life wasn't that good as a prisoner but then winning back the throne and being crowned as the king are quite entertaining...The interesting part is the family tree that goes by through which we get a glimpse of the Moghul Dynasty..Living a life behind harem with strict rules imposed upon women she desires for her freedom, blessed with everything draped in grandeur and glory...She had a good eye , she observed keenly about the proceedings of state affair even as a teenager and she could record them..Her acceptance of other religion and treating all as equal made her stand out..We also get a personal touch through her observation of the family sharing her happiness when her baby sibling were born , her mother's pregnancy and through her step brother's rudeness...Her step brother Aurangazeb later was  known as the most cruel emperor among the Moghul rulers, he threw away his father from throne and imprisoned him he also killed his brother to strengthen his stand as a ruler..Even as a kid his intolerance for the Hindu is evident...A total set up of Moghul  palace comprising mistress, wives (who are Hindu , christian and Muslim) and many eunuch under harem is beautifully portrayed...Glimpses of Moghul architecture can also be read though nothing is dealt in detail...The book was an interesting read...
For a person like me who had read in length about Moghul empire, kingdom and palace with precious gems and setting the book didn't offer anything striking ...Though I enjoyed reading it something in it failed to impress me...

Sunday, March 24, 2013

Book Review:A bolt of lightning by Satyen Nabar

Title: A bolt of lightning
Author:  Satyen Nabar
Publisher: Leadstart Publishing Pvt Ltd
Pages: 243
Price: Rs 125
Genre: Fiction/ Indian Author
Rating: 4 out of 5
Source: Author
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 Shiva, 35, hotshot executive, recently divorced, disillusioned with his life and fed up of the rat race in the corporate world, topples completely over the edge after an unexpected tragic incident. In a hilarious journey from the boardrooms of Bangalore to the hippies, face readers, casinos and rave parties on the verdant beaches of Goa, Shiva attempts to 'escape from it all' till his life suddenly changes in miraculous ways after an electrifying act of nature bestows him with an extraordinary gift. Anchored by the strong bond of friendship with his college mates, Sid and Adi, and propelled by love for Anita his estranged ex-wife, Shiva attempts to make the most of his incredible gift to unravel the secrets of life, death and happiness as the story races to its exhilarating conclusion in the exotic jungle valley of Arambol, Goa. A Bolt of Lightning is a witty and contemporary take on a midlife crisis story with an unusual twist in the tale. It at once touches the heart and entertains while offering a fascinating new perspective of the world we inhabit.

Call it midlife crisis, Shiva gets stuck in life,he had everything around him like a cool job with handsome salary, house in a posh residential area, love turned wife and two great friends yet in the most unexpected way he screws up his life...He cheats on his wife she divorce him and he is overwhelmed by his job responsibilities he finds solace in his his two college friends,Sid and Adi who lend him their helping hand not only that they have stuck together through every thick and thin..Sid and Adi are completely different to Shiva, while Sid is onto teaching  a very motivating personality who inspires every one around with his dynamic spirit and personality , Adi is very tom boyish born rich he experiments with various jobs till his calling to medicine clicks...
The plot and storyline was quite engaging... That being said, the moment I thought that I would love every bit of it  I was let down by the turn of events and when I thought I wouldn't be able to read it anymore things got pretty interesting, so for me this book had its high and low..There were  number of quotes from Sid that I marked which were motivating...When the story moved to Goa things got more interesting, there we are introduced to many characters who serve their purpose in the story be it the care taker of the shacks or the son of a millionaire who is a complete drug addict ...The old man and his adopted daughter also add interesting turns to the story who teach Shiva in their simple way...Though I was not head over heels with Shiva's character, I liked the way it evolved from a self centered guy who was tired of the responsibilities to man  who learns from his mistakes , he also takes step to make things better for everyone around ..Anita though she didn't have much role in the novel she acts like a propelling force to Shiva's actions...
A good twist came along in terms of bolt of lightening upon Shiva and things changed for him were done with a bit of reality check.. Hadn't it dealt it any other way I would have really been put off, thanks to Adi who did a good job in the climax...I also liked the way friendship was portrayed among the trio, the way they took care of each other in need...
On the whole the book was quite an entertaining read...I would recommend you to read it completely before liking or disliking the book ...For me it was a mixed feeling and I would definitely recommend for a light  read..

Friday, March 22, 2013

Book Review: Of mice and men by John Steinbeck

Title: Of mice and men
Author: John Steinbeck
Publisher: Penguin Classics
Price: Rs 350
Pages: 144
Pages: 9780141185104
Genre: Fiction/Literature
Rating: 4 out of 5
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Drifters in search of work, George and his simple-minded friend Lennie, have nothing in the world except each other and a dream – a dream that one day they will have some land of their own.
Eventually they find work on a ranch in California's Salinas Valley, but their hopes are doomed as Lennie, struggling against extreme cruelty, misunderstanding and feelings of jealousy, becomes a victim of his own strength.

Lennie and George are laborers @ California who dream of owning a farm of their own some day....  Helplessness that evoke sympathy is the theme of the book...Lennie is blindly devoted to George...George  is short tempered and there is a steady transformation in terms of his character throughout the novel while Lennie stays consistent to his character evoking  sympathy spreading melancholy.. There are symbolic presentation of life's harsh truth throughout the book,broken dreams, fallen hope all make it a pensive read...An aging dog destines to die is just a hard reminder of that..Curley and his wife present us the grey side of life ......There is quite a contrast even in the physical appearance of the two main protagonist George is short but makes the final decisions for Lennie who seems like a mentally backward giant...George had to ask Lennie to fight back to his (Lennie's ) life...Lennie has a weird habit such that he liked the touch of something soft, which even  lead him  touch a girls dress in turn got him into trouble , as the novel opens up we see him carrying a dead mouse in his pocket...At the ranch where they are currently employed they go through hell......Lennie's unintentional murdering Curley's wife leads to search for him organized by Curley  in which George pretends to join hand ..He avoiding all eyes goes to Lennie who is sitting by a river persuading him to cross river making him to imagine their dream farm across, while is immersed in the tale George shoots him on neck, only left me with a strange feeling...Towards the end George  is taken for a drink ..
Brutal inhuman experience are spread all across the novel...It is not just the hardship people face that leave worse but the treatment of the subject that evokes dejection within you...It's heart drenching to see a common man's dream shatter and turn to mud for no real reason....To read ahead knowing there wouldn't be a happy ending was in itself a task for me, not that I don't like the tragedy but its the treatment of subject that makes you not wanting to read ahead and to go on to finish the book that makes the experience different.. book knowing that their wishes would never come true was the biggest feat to absorb throughout...
This is a kind of book where you find hopelessness, cruelty, coldness,unkindness,ruthlessness all in one, it would take you out of your comfort zone and makes you feel blessed about all the greater things life has bestowed you with in terms of good lifestyle, family support above all a good health....

Wednesday, March 20, 2013

Book Review: Sikander by M.Salahuddin Khan

Author: M. Salahuddin Khan
Publisher:Karakoram Press
Price: Rs 1417
Pages: 588
Genre: Historic fiction
Rating: 5 out of 5
Source: Borrowed
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Sikander is the tale of the son of a Pakistani middle-class family. It's 1986. Seventeen-year-old Sikander, dreams of studying and living in America, but after a family quarrel, he leaves his Peshawar, Pakistan home. Encountering mujahideen warriors, he joins them in their fight against the occupying Soviets in neighboring Afghanistan. American assistance is stepped up with advanced weapons, like the Stinger missile, and the mujahideen are able to neutralize the Soviet military advantage. After just two years following Sikander's arrival, a Soviet withdrawal begins. Amid the turmoil, Sikander finds love and marries a young, sharp-witted Afghan village girl. With the fighting all but over, the couple decide to move to Sikander's Pakistan home where he hopes to reconcile with his family. But his dream of living in America endures. It's a dream that is shattered in the aftermath of 9/11 and in seeking to help his Afghan relatives, Sikander, now a successful entrepreneur, finds himself on an unavoidable collision course with the America of his dreams.

In a quiet household of Peshawar Sikander was a normal teenager pumping high on adrenaline, but then one day  as a result of an argument with his family wherein they choose to sort things out through physical violence..Call it fate or play of destiny he stumbles upon a Afghan Mujahideen group who brain wash him to fight against Soviet..Torn between turning back to family to face their wrath or to play along , he chooses the later..Living through the war zones he realises how it is to be actually living a life of war rather debating staying in the comfort zone referring various intellectual theories and philosophies..But good part was he meets a girl who captivates his heart and mind...Later he is chosen for a training on Stinger Missile funded by Britain...In heaven (Scotland) he learns to create hell (war) rather an irony that he slowly discovers as the way of life..With America's helpful indulgence in terms of weapon all that ends in a positive note as far as Sikander is concerned..Sikandar returns home for the delight of the family with his Afghan  girl.. Sikandar dreams for a beautiful life and it starts of that way with his ever loving wife and his flourishing career until 9/11...Sikandar is also falsely convicted like many others as Taliban...
Confused and distrust spreads like a wild fire..Afghan becomes a victim of yet another suffocation life, after Soviet they (Afghan people) hope for a life of that of peace and happiness expecting a base line of normalcy but Taliban brought with a harsher life style stricter for women Afghan people in general..Pakistan was dictated to snap off all ties with Afghan and US taking over it in the name of restoring peace only worsened things..Even withdrawing the troops from the country by Obama last year raised many questions all around..Yet the way things disrupted  a common man's life is beyond any nightmare..
Sikandar is gripping and absorbing tale for a person who wants to learn about the side of the coin...From a life of a priviledged family of Pakistan Life of Sikandar goes all over globe, from his hometown Peshawar to Soviet war torn Afghan, to beautiful Scotland to the camps of Gauntanamo  finally to America The country that always fascinated him... This book opens us to world of love, freedom,constraint, discrimination, hate, violence, war, loss, aspiration, disgrace, honor, hope and salvation..
First part of  the book deals gets us the glimpses of the cold war fought between the Soviet led Afghan and the against multinational insurgent groups called Mujahideen, the effect on the civilians and the consequence of the war itself...This books leaves many questions unanswered that would leave us desperate and saddened..The extreme actions taken in order to strip of terrorism ,can they justified?? Did that really work to serve the cause also about the atrocities upon the common man in Afghan their plight that they had to live for no real reason, though these actions could never been undone still they would serve as a reality check..

Tuesday, March 19, 2013

Book Review: Wives and Daughters by Elizabeth Gaskell

Title:Wives and Daughters
Author:Elizabeth Gazkell
Publisher: Penguin books
Price: Rs 250
Pages: 816
ISBN: 9780141389462
Genre: Classic
Rating: 4.5 out of 5
Source: Personal

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Seventeen-year-old Molly Gibson worships her widowed father. But when he decides to remarry, Molly's life is thrown off course by the arrival of her vain, shallow and selfish stepmother. There is some solace in the shape of her new stepsister Cynthia, who is beautiful, sophisticated and irresistible to every man she meets.

I wanted to read something in classic and I chose this book for no good reason and to be frank I wasn't really looking forward to it...Like that of the tale of Cinderella with a differemce that our  widowed father Mr.Gibson has a teenage daughter Molly Gibson rather than a kido like Cinderella, and he decides to remarry and predicatably a bad choice...
Life of seventeen year year old Molly is that of super contend and quiet well that is how we can describe it until her fathers decision to remarry, though not entirely happy about her father's decision , she is only too happy to learn when Claire or Hyacinth Kirkpatrick , Mrs Gibson to be daughter Cynthia Kirkpatrick..Utterly beautiful who carries an air of charm around her somehow also carries an air of mystery and secret naive and plain Molly seem like an opposite pole to her step sister..Far from being happy Molly's life begins to tumble down with feelings of despair about Mrs Gibson's attitude and her own father's happiness she is also intrigued by the secret thread between Mr. Preston and Cynthia..Still the step sisters hit it well and their love, friendship, gossip and drama makes a good read...Though not completely vicious Mrs Gibson turns out to be ego-centric, and self-indulgent, evn when manages to speak sweetly to Molly something just doesn't seem right about it..
Set in 1830's English land of Hollingford, this book is a treat to a person who finds it fascinating like that me except for the matchmaking process..Molly world that changes with her father's marriage keeps up with the changing Victorian era beautifully intertwined...I was reminded of Austen's work time and again , I guess largerly because of the era both authors where romancing with...Right from the beginning what appealed to me was the contrast of ideology between the generation depicted and aptly presented through the characters while Countess of Cumnor Tower is a torch bearer of aristocratic conservative British society quite an opposite to  free thinking Molly Gibson .. We are also introduced to Roger second son Squire Hamley and his elder son who also moves through that track...Hamley household treats Molly one among them yet there is a secret that might shatter Dr.Gibson..
 Hamley's sons stay true to the modern young crowd who are ambitious, inspired by science, philosophy away from the old stigma and theories, they question the practice that are in practice for the sake of it..Attitude of people reflects through dialogues and thoughts, for instance Roger, who is well known for his work and travel, still Mrs Gibson takes notice of him when he is included into the inner circle of Hollingford..Even as Mr. Gibson preaches on science and developments thinking progressively, at the very same time he asks his governess to teach Molly the things that would make his daughter an obedient wife rather than an free soul...All along Molly is taught to curb her feeling never to open up her thoughts and in case she has her thoughts she has an options to spend in on solitude..While her step mother is all set to push her into a life of false pride and aristocratic immunity with no space for a person's character and personality but just the family name and hierarchy in society..I almost lost my cool when I read the ending of book man but well I don't want to spoil the suspense, but the truth is there is no ending because Gaskell didn't complete this book though you get an idea of how it might end....What I loved about Gaskell is her brilliant dramatics and portrayal of each and every character throughout the book...
For me Wives and Daughters is my cup of classic with drama, mystery, romance, love, friendship in an era that had the essence of transformation breaking free from tradition...I would definitely give a try on her other works...

Sunday, March 17, 2013

Book Review Howard end is on reading by Susan Hill

Title: Howards end is on the landing: a year of reading from home
Author: Susan Hill
Publisher: Profile publisher (gb)
Pages: 236
Price: Rs 750
Genre: Non-fiction/ on reading
Rating:4 out of 5

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This is just not another list of books she has loved ,liked and disliked but more of a memoir of years that she has been through with books...Memories and life attached to the same people , place are all part of it..All this begins when Susan goes searching for a particular book which she fails to find , in the process she discovers many books she hasn't read or re-read as she had planned to , this makes her  to spend a year not buying any new books rather spend her time reading all that she wanted to from her shelf..
Love for reading reflects through every expressions of her..Husband and wife sleeping in different rooms just to be wrapped around the books they wanted to read only supports that thought...Her interest are varied and she has tried to cover vast collection, though her dislike for Austen might put off many, she discusses till Rowling and Harry Potter with much ease like she recounts reading classic..Reading this made me think about the books that I loved reading and that was were things..From poets to short stories her interest in books somehow matches mine still there were points were I just couldn't connect with her and that is when I had to remind myself that the books is her personal ramblings and like me..But we all love books except for few all of us mortal might go through this phase, then how does this particular book  set apart ..This is not the kind of book that explores her life and her reading life completely though it does in a larger way nor it takes us into her world of books but it does all of these in a different note...There are also glimpses of her childhood and teenage reading and the authors who inspired her....I didn't know why the author with so much of freedom of choice didn't explore varied cross continent literature, her list seemed quite partial to British..Though she had a section dedicated to woman authors that seemed written in a hurry rather being savoured
Her rendezvous with great such as Benjamin Britten, T.S Eliot, E.M Foster, Iris Mudroch, and so on are spread across the book...Still somehow I felt that the emotional connection that she could have made with the reader wasn't that great...May be for the reason it went quite superficially..I loved her attitude towards books though her views may not go by mass...At the end of the book there is a list of 40 books she would happily die with..And why I loved book is that all through the line it made me probe into my fray of reading books and the way I see books and their contents..It also made be feel why books are one of the best friends a person can ever have and the habit of reading a real blessing in itself...Personally I have made many a lists that I have been able to fulfill and many a times failing pathetically...Still I have never fell out of love with my books its a kind of love affair for eternity that I would treasure upon for many years to be...

Friday, March 1, 2013

In the name of honour : A memoir by Mukhtar Mai

Title: In the name of honour
Author: Mukhta Mai
Publisher: Little brown book, group
Pages: 191
Price: Rs 395
ISBN: 9781844084838
Genre: Memoir
Rating: 5 out of 5
Source: Personal

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It is an exordinary journey of Mukhtmai's fight against the odds against a crime ...A fight that she battles with courage and true spirit..Her life makes you wonder if you were living in a modern or have you stepped back in time...

There was a period where  I was reading reading books on the atrocities done on women back to back..This was one among the collections..Though I loved the book it took sometime for me to complete... Procrastination has taken up on me, and I have decided to fight back...

Breaking the suspense right in the beginning let me state that I'm in awe for this lady Mukhtar Mai, who like phoenix rose from ash...Mukhtar Mai in late twenties,is divorced yet leads a respectable life, teaching Quran to the local kids of Meerwala..She belongs to Gujar clan , lower caste of tribe to whom literacy is out of their reach..Her younger brother (in  early teens) is falsely accused of talking to a girl belonging to Mastois (higher caste).Like a wild fire matters gets worse in few hours, the accusation takes terrible turn from stealing sugarcane to rape...Naturally the family is shaken by the whole event like any other oppressed and supressed feels,  the boy is taken to police custody..Mukhtar is the now his brother's soul hope to freedom hence gathering courage she decides to confront the people of higher caste to seek their forgiveness, instead she is met point blank with rifles and utter disgust for her...
She is dragged through streets to a stable and through the watchful eyes of onlookers she is gang raped by four men and left to herself naked  in agony but alive..She is expected to kill herself as that is what expected from such women under such circumstances...Mukhtar too in her usual line of thoughts  plots various means of suicide, but for her caring mother she would have even succeeded..As the initial agony wears out, anger, resentment consumes Mukhtar...Her rage to fight back upon crime done overcomes her slender self..From there begins Mukhtar's battle for justice...From a faint and a feeble peasant she becomes a powerful voice of oppressed women..She describes rules in Pakistan or a muslim country  in general for a case to be named as rape , to me it appeared as though they were framed for a woman to lose the case...Still she fought hard against all odds..

Her endevour was something unexpected from a weak gender..But unlike other incidents and books I had come across on similar events, the local Imam was quite supportive , but couldn't do much against the powerful people of higher caste..Mukhtar makes persistent effort much against the enormous death threats and honour allurement from all around...Her assiduous actions makes the government and the judiciary to take necessary actions against this terrible crime...Her case attains international attention and help flows from NGO's ...Though nothing can make up for what was done to her, the government awarded her money that she extended in building a school for the children of her village and for those  willing to gain education irrespective of gender and caste..Now she travels far and wide not only in her country but all over the world as an ambassador of woman's right and  over the years she has employed more teachers and been successful in getting aid for the school..She has even invited the children of higher clan to visit her school...

The book is a sad recount of her ordeal through rough water, through all this her undying spirit stands tall..  Her fight. her hurdles through every step made me to sit erect and continue my reading...Honour killing is something very hard to believe in present century yet they happen every now and then..Even in India these take place, I remember coming across a case in December 2012 in Kolkata ,a man (Mehtab Alam) beheading his younger sister in the name of honour killing...All these incidents and books makes me to think where are we heading to?? When at one end we boast of all the achievements mankind has on life, medicine, in terms of education, at the very next turn  theses incidents (few being from much educated class ) makes me wonder how to define real progress of a society with all this ..But the truth is through all this, life goes on and we get used to all these events as a part of our life until and unless they hits us right in our own eye in terms of someone close to us...
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