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Manzil- Book Review

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Manzil by Kaushal Hingu is his first book.

The book is away from the limelights of a cheesy romantic plot. It is about two different people, Vivek and Mamta, who happen to meet each other and share a unique bond. They help each other in discovering what their purpose of life is. Vivek has many dreams, but the untimely demise of his father forces him to crush his dreams and alter his plans. This results in a psychological imbalance in him and even after many years, though he is successful, the mental peace never stays with him. His stage of stress is portrayed beautifully by the author while the way he deals with it is simply beautiful.

Mamta on the other hand, a psychologist with a difficult life experience strives to make others’ lives easy. But the book has highlighted one aspect which always gets ignored by all and that is- Your psychologist can himself/herself be depressed too. How does he/she get rid of that stress?

We always find people searching for better ways to get rid of their physical illnesses. What if you are physically fit but mentally struggling to get a peaceful sleep? Most of us today have to deal with mental issues and getting a treatment for it is still considered a taboo in India. The book deals with one broken heart healing another broken heart, meanwhile the former gets healed too. Many of us face similar levels of stress and this book is a must-read for all those who are frustrated with their monotonous lives and desire to find their worth.

Many of us face similar levels of stress and this book is a must-read for all those who are frustrated with their monotonous lives and desire to find their worth. It will not eliminate your stress, but will definitely open doors for your way to discovering self-content.

The book is worth being rated 4.5/5.

You may order Manzil at:

Flipkart: http://fkrt.it/vP13w!NNNN

Amazon: http://amzn.to/2pAEFSj

Posted in Childhood, Feminism

Destined Parent..

DESTINIED PARENT

 

 

He had been orphaned when he was three. Innocent, full of life, he always wondered where his parents were hiding, which he failed to trace. His worries and tears made his uncle angry, who got him admitted to an orphanage. He was happy playing with the kids, yet missed the love of his parents. After some days, a lady visited them and she liked him. She too was without a child and decided to adopt him. That day her dream of having a child came true, and he got his new mother.