Navneet saheb, welcome back. Enjoying your bluer shade of writing !
I am not an expert, but just have a desire to give a little advice to the genuine.....
I am reading it, very interesting, completed 50 pages...
I shall definitely tell Navneetji about how I perceive it...
How are you doing? Good luck,
I have digested only 9 pages now... going very slow. I agree Navneet can make it very interesting.
Sorry for being late here. I have not read even 6 pages of your precious and painstaking work to date... I can't read Hindi fast lately due to lack of practice. But I do comprehend what I read... if I read slowly!
It is good you got Charumati... she will give you a good critique. Best of luck.
Coming to some of the comments... so am I going to get an invite to your first son's marriage soon?
(pst: it is good he is moving to Aussie land; many tall ladies there I am told!)
No problem Suresh Ji- I sent the book to you out of regards that I have for you. You don't have go through the slog of reading it. Our son's marriage..Well, we would love to hear from him that he has finally set his heart on one.
Subhash C. Sharma
It just shows that people basically are same everywhere when it comes to their personal interests.
Yes sir, it is very true. How so ever different we may pose to be, intrinsically, we are all same, when it comes down to very basics.
Are Sailor Uncle ye kya kya likh diya aapnesurprised
Aisa kya galat likha hai Ashu? tongue-out
Charumati Ji- Kuchh hasil ho na ho, your concern for my work is a gift in itself. I am so touched by the genuinity of it.
By the way, there are many mistakes in the printed version (especially in the roman script). But on blog I have corrected them all...
Yes, I agree- there are many mistakes in the printed version and I understand how hard it is for the writer to remove them all him/herself. That's why quality, presentation of a book matter a lot. In this commercial world, it's same like selling any consumer item. It's sad, but it's true... I am in India these days Charumati Ji.