Review of"Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai"
The publication written by Nirupama Malla titled"Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai" (The First Day of the Last Life) is among many books written in Hindi. The book is written in a colloquial and conversational speech that gets the feel of how Hindi is spoken.
This writer's writing style is very unique in that it communicates the meaning and the message through metaphors that may be considered"motivational". Words are used here and there that have a profound meaning and yet, the language is easy enough for most to understand . The author has the capacity to write about topics like lifestyle, love, death, love, sex, money and more in a colloquial and conversational language that can make the reader sit up and take notice.
What I really liked about the book was the message it conveyed: The day you're born, you're given the name, the day you die, you're no longer named. There's a large difference between the two, the second significance being that your last name is the name and the initial meaning that it is only a name Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai Written Update. The author shows us that the title and also the previous name may have a huge impact on your future as you grow into a brand new life.
The story is told in the first person by the protagonist, Ananta Dhananjay, who is a writer living in Mumbai. One day, he comes across a story and that he decides to write about it. He is also the principal character in this book and in my opinion, he is among the best characters ever written in any novel. There are very few other folks that can do exactly what he does as he shows us his true personality through his actions.
The author is able to portray emotions and also the things that make people feel deep in their soul. All the different situations and emotions and scenarios that happen throughout the story are done with aplomb and the author manages to capture the essence of these all in an easy going manner so that readers won't get bored with the story.
The book is about a boy called Jai. His father is a god fearing man and is obsessed with the notion that his son is going to be a follower of the"Rishi" and a lot so that they're obsessed with it. They believe a Rishi's soul can be moved from 1 individual to another and that if they could, they'd get hold of the Rishi. And move his soul.