You can access the distribution details by navigating to My Print Books(POD) > Distribution

(6 Reviews)

Light Inspired

Anuradha Bhattacharyya
Type: Print Book
Genre: Literature & Fiction
Language: English
Price: ₹445 + shipping
Price: ₹445 + shipping
Dispatched in 5-7 business days.
Shipping Time Extra

Description

He calls his endeavour, the teacher of the streets. He invites his fellow men to act as he does. He has spread the message in remote districts of India, places where political interference is the least. According to me, his motto is, I go where political leaders fear to tread.

This is the story of Deep Narayan Nayak.

About the Author

Dr. Anuradha Bhattacharyya is author of five books of poetry, four novels, two academic books, over 150 poems published in anthologies and journals and 21 short stories. Besides creative writing, she has written scholarly articles on her topics of interest, psychoanalysis and Buddhism. Chandigarh Administration has awarded her Commendation Award for her work in the field of Art & Culture on Republic Day of India, 2019. Her books have been reviewed by scholars and she has been extensively interviewed. Research scholars from India and abroad have written critical essays on her poetry. As an expert, she has written Introductions to different anthologies of poems and stories published from Paris, England, New Delhi, Chandigarh and West Bengal. She has spoken on poetry at various institutes and acted as judge in students’ public speaking and creative writing contests. She was one of the four jury members in the Lit Digital Awards 2020, India. She is currently an Associate Professor of English in a government college under UT, Chandigarh, an appointment through the UPSC, India. She has received the Best Book of the Year Award from Chandigarh Sahitya Akademi for her English novels in the years 2016, 2019 and for her poetry book in 2020.

Book Details

ISBN: 9782487017054
Publisher: World Inkers Printing and Publishing
Number of Pages: 147
Dimensions: 6.00"x9.00"
Interior Pages: B&W
Binding: Paperback (Perfect Binding)
Availability: In Stock (Print on Demand)

Ratings & Reviews

Light Inspired

Light Inspired

(5.00 out of 5)

Review This Book

Write your thoughts about this book.

6 Customer Reviews

Showing 1-4 out of 6
DrAkhil 3 weeks, 1 day ago Verified Buyer

The lines stay with you long after

I teach creative writing and like to read new writers. I have read another book by the same author and this book, Light Inspired is, surprisingly a stark contrast.
It is worth reading and I am planning to read out excerpts from its pages to my students in the coming session. Let’s see what they have to say …

dilippatra1962 3 weeks, 2 days ago Verified Buyer

A masterfully written book

"Light Inspired" masterfully intertwines biography and fiction to craft a compelling motivational narrative. The protagonist's journey from adversity to triumph is both inspiring and relatable, with vivid storytelling that captures the essence of perseverance. The novel blends real-life struggles with fictional elements to highlight universal truths about determination and hope. This book is not just a story but a guide for anyone seeking motivation to overcome life's challenges. It is a must-read for those in need of a reminder that resilience can lead to extraordinary achievements.

sagarsingh4864 4 weeks, 1 day ago Verified Buyer

Life of a reformer

The book is well crafted with a mix of history geography and science. Good life lessons to boot. I also love the way the author (his didi) contrasts herself from Deepu at every stage. Strongly recommend Light Inspired

Dr Jivika A 1 month ago Verified Buyer

A deeply psychological probe

Naturally when you have read about the man in the newspapers, what's in the book that's still to be known?
With that on my mind, I bought the book, curiosity mounting because of the other reviews. And am I glad...
I was expecting to read about Jhamuria and the adivasis and the school where Deep Narayan works. But no. That's not the focus of the story.
It's more of a back story, almost anecdotal, going deep into the psychology part. How trauma translates into care, want develops enterprise, cheating brings about wisdom, jealousy transforms into admiration...
The style of narration is vastly different from those of any Indian authors I have read so far. It nearly matches the style of a couple of western writers. Maybe she has developed this style to minimize the context and expand on the ironies. It is after all a writer's prerogative to write in the way she wishes to express herself. I think this style will appeal to many other readers.

Other Books in Literature & Fiction

Shop with confidence

Safe and secured checkout, payments powered by Razorpay. Pay with Credit/Debit Cards, Net Banking, Wallets, UPI or via bank account transfer and Cheque/DD. Payment Option FAQs.