Face to Face with Destiny

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P&A Enterprises, Aug 15, 2008 - Philanthropists - 228 pages
Memoirs of a philanthropist from India.
 

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A marvelous and touching story indeed. While reading it appears as if the whole events were pictured before the eyes of the reader that gives him a strange feeling of having become a part of it. The author surely deserves accolades.
Ranbeer Singh
Delhi.
Hats off to the author. Pages depicting the experiences of the fleeing people at the time of the partition
gives the true inside story.
Rakesh Ahuja
Lucknow
The reader gets too much inspiration from the struggle which the author seems to had gone throughout his life. One should never become disheartened come what may.
Raj Rani
Ghaziabad
A must read. A very special touch is given to the book by adding a number of little episodes off and on which, in a way enlighten the reader in carrying on further the reader's interest.
Suhasini Debankar.
Ambala City.
Quite inspirational and creative.
Amrit Chauhan
Delhi
The title of the book--'Face to Face with Destiny' is really justified as one goes through the book.
Prem Nath.
Amritsar
The detailed account of the various journeys to the religious places, especially that of visiting the holy cave of Shri Amarnath ji is depicted quite lively.
Deen Dayal Pandit
Srinagar (Kashmir)
 

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excellent writing
amazing experiences

Contents

Village folks in general never bothered about having even a little education They were quite satisfied with the limited knowledge of counting upto tw...
COME TOGETHER COME TOGETHER
Down the memory lane I can recollect that on one occasion I had an opportunity to witness the Nritya Natika a dance recital Chandalini on stage by t...

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About the author (2008)

The author was born in a well-to-do family of village Araazi, District Rawalpindi (Now West Pakistan) on 19.04.1934. He had to leave for India as a child at the time of partition of India and Pakistan in 1947, with his family. He resurrected himself with his faith in "KARMA", educated himself and earned a respectable position in society. This is his maiden book on the events of partition and thereafter.

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