Ajay meets his childhood friend Shruti on a social network site. He finds her struggling with intrapersonal, interpersonal, inter-social and inter-religious conflicts. Eventually the conflicts killed her. Police could solve the case but will it prevent hundreds of Shrutis from getting killed?How long will we aim ‘who’ killed, more important is to find out ‘what’ killed. Till we don’t address this issue and work on it, many Shrutis will keep on getting killed. We need to cure the disease not only the symptoms.
This book is an effort of the author to find the root cause and probable remedies of these conflicts, exploration of hundreds of pertinent questions like “why in one religion it becomes so easy to get volunteers to blowthemselves up and others for the sake of religion? Does the religion divide or unite? What precipitates extramarital affairs? Do the immature and wrong interpretations of female emancipation the reason for 13 times rise in divorce rates in last 5 years?”
It’s not only a book; it’s the path to a revolution, it’s a journey towards a utopian world. Accepting truth and hypocrisy is the toughest job on this earth. If you feel that you are open minded, have courage to accept truth and have a desire to change theworld then be a part of change. Let’s take our first step to build a road to the utopian world.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR :
Dr. Ajay Yadav is a consultant anesthetist, intensivist and pain specialist. His textbook of anesthesia is the most sold textbook for medical undergraduates in India, Southeast Asia and Africa. He is a rational, logical and analytical thinker and is fond of reading, travelling and long distance running. It had always been his dream to write a book whichcan unfurl the other side of curtain.
MY REVIEW :
‘ From Where I See’ a novel by ‘Ajay Yadav’ was giving different views if a reader see different parts of it. The cover was nice. If we see the cover, one will imagine a different story. If someone notices the blurb, another story forms up in the mind. When I turn the pages, the story was completely different. It was nothing similar to my imagination. The author has done a brilliant job to keep the suspense.
The story was quite interesting from the first line till the last pages of the book. The story started with a suspence about the death of Shruti. Ajay was involved in Shruti’s death according to the police. With the turning pages friendship of Ajay and Shruti opened up. Not only Ajay and Shruti but also with Kanhaiya. After years, again Shruti and Ajay met but then some misunderstandings took place and then many coming years they had no contact. Again when they got in touch, it leaded to the death of Shruti.
” I caution you Ajay that one day her friendship will land you in serious trouble. ” Kanhaiya spoke these words in their childhood days.
The story even showed some aspects of love marriage and its consequences.
The book gave a lot of knowledge about religion, regions, wars and past of our country. But then a long discussion about a single topic was breaking The flow of the story but the author has done a wonderful job by not letting the flow break at all. The book surely teaches you many lessons of life. It will be difficult for a non-reader to turn The pages of the novel which is of 401 pages. The author has done well research before writing the book. A great work done by author.
Who killed Shruti?
The answer will be known from reading the book but as the author said we need to solve the issue of what killed Shruti. I would suggest everyone to read this book because a lesson is hidden for everyone no matter what his/her age.
Rating : 4.5/5
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