Monday, February 24, 2014

Review: When I found You, I found Myself

Paperback: 180 pages
Publisher: General Press
Edition: November 2013
Language: English
ISBN- 9789380914718

''As long as every dusk gives you a dream,
As long as every dawn gives you a hope,
Remember, there is a bit of life waiting between the two'
~Sankalp Kohli

About the Book and the Author
After a great success of his debut novel with Mansi Sharma ‘’Because … Every raindrop is a Hope'' this time Sankalp Kohli trying his expertise hands has come up with ’When I found you , I found myself’’ which has recently secured its place in the list of Popular Fiction.
Sankalp Kohli , born and brought up in Kanpur, Sankalp is an MBA graduate from NMIMS, Mumbai. Apart from being an entrepreneurial soul, he is a workaholic who believes in turning every single moment of life into something constructive and fruitful. All his dreams and aspirations are driven by his wish to make his parents feel proud of him. 

Plot Summary
It is a beautiful love story that spotlights the exact picturesque of Love  and its terms with which it begins ''CONFESSION''. A very few of us really dare to confess feelings to one we love. Usually you wait for her and she waits for you to confess. In this way, you're left with a regret when you finally lose him/her for forever. Sigh*
Sankalp has masterfully portrait the consequences from worse to worst that could happen and set your lives igniting, struggling to get him/her back... But! you can't really go and tell.
The story revolves around Aarav and Tiya. When they first met they were just twelve and fallen in love. They kept on meeting. Whenever Aarav and Tiya came closer to each other and felt the moment is right to express they got separated because of family problems, career and other priorities. But the things is, time never separated them completely. Each time their suppressed feelings aroused for each other as many times they met and that's the reason both Aarav and Tiya couldn't move to someone else in life. Both of them knew it better that they are destined to be together and their happiness resides in each other... But ''HESITATION', ''FEAR OF LOOSING'', ''REJECTION'', ''SEPARATION'' resists them to speak their hearts. 

My Views
Those who believe in Love and those who haven't confess their feelings yet must read this wonderful novel because after that you'll do. Cover page is attractive enough to grab one's attention. The writer has brilliantly explored the conflicts going on in heart and mind of Aarav and Tiya simultaneously. It's tough yet he did it with perfection. There are beautiful poetry before the each chapter starts that simply touches your heart and motivating quotations. While reading it I found myself so connected with it that I weep and smiled with its characters, that's what we find in a book. The story is, a little bit slow yet the suspense till the end ''Did their time to fall in love come or like always, they met, greeted and departed to part forever?'' makes the reader to be glued with it till the end.

Rating: 9/10

Sunday, February 23, 2014

Kyunki #Condition Serious Hai

Now a days, politics has become a part of hot discussions and to me it's Cosmopolitan. I wasn't interested ever in politics kind of things but because of my father's say recently I started listening, reading and watching about politics. He says I've a good analyzing capability. I should keep myself updated with things going on in our country and with this I started taking it seriously. It has become a part of my daily routine to listen present politicians and old great politicians like Rajiv Gandhi, Indira Gandhi, Lal krishna Advani etc.speeches on youtube. 

Since the general elections 2014 are about to commence the politicians are pulling out their best effort to convince common people.This year for the first time I'll be eligible to give my vote to the most deserving candidate and for that I should know the roots of his promises,capabilities and most importantly dedication. 

Everyday in news we get to know about Arvind Kejrewal, the Aam leader! have been found putting back to back blames on Congress and BJP.
Rahul Gandhi, talks about country, women empowerment, youth and future developments as he stated in his 23rd Feb 2014 rally in Dehradun.
Narender Modi, quite a strong candidate because of his great accomplishment in developing Gujarat. He makes big - big promises to fulfill all of them with the condition only if he gets to be the next Prime Minister of India. 
It's interesting to watch the real dirty game of politics; the real competition of mind game!
Sach mein, #ConditionSeriousHai ,

Lets find out their stupid fight in the air!

Rahul Gandhi in his recent speech said,''It's Congress party who to evade corruption away brought Lokpal bill and RTI''. 
Narender Modi says that Congress and Corruption are twin sisters.
Arvind Kejrewal says that Rahul and Modi are nothing but the puppets of Mukesh Ambani and uses his helicopters often. For a single rally of Modi the expenditure is fifty crores !
Arvind Kejrewal himself has done around 250 Dharna Pradarshan Sabha. Ain't this a corruption?

Politics is a mind game. Whenever you'll listen to a politician being 'neutral' you'll find how easily they manipulate your mind. They raise issues from nowhere to suppress and do leg pulling of other parties and usually make promises that remain as a dormant seed soon after they get power in their hands.
Breaking the walls of seriousness let me sing a few songs~
1) Aaa dekhein jara kisme kitna hai dum, jam ke rakhna kadam mere ''virodhiyon''!
2) Chahe koi mujhe 'Brashtt' kahe, kehne ko jee kehta rahe!
3) Jaha teri ye najar hai, jane jaan ''meri kursi hai'', Baith na saka ispe aaye kitne !
4) Ae bacchu meri party ka hai order, ye election hai humara koi virodhi na border!

At this moment dropping this cat fight all am doing to overcome #ConditionSeriousHai is eating Cadbury 5 Star!

This post has been published as a part of contest organised by Indiblogger in association with Cadbury 5 star

Declaimer: The views expressed here are author's personal views and has no intention to mislead the mass.