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Sunaina said that mai was an example for her of what not to be.
Which is sad, because mai had a strength of character that allowed her to survive and even prosper to an extent in what surely was not the life she would have chosen for herself. And she was much more in control of things than the daughter could ever see. But then, mothers and daughters rarely truly understand each other. And for many daughters, a mother is someone to escape from in order to live life as they choose, not as the mother chooses. At some point in all mother-daughter relationships, each woman needs to see the other as a person on her own.
Before our mothers were mothers, they were whole people all by themselves. We did not make them complete, we just made them mothers. How did our arrival change their lives?
What sacrifices did they make for us? There is a 44 page afterword here, but there is no notation about who wrote it. I am guessing it was the translator. This book was first published in Hindi , and this translation came out in Bengali, Hindi Price: Available Formats: About the author s.
Book Details. Reflections by Ratul Banerjee. Ghum Naam-er PahaR by Ashique. Beyond Infinity by Swapnil Saurya. As I say this to you I get the feeling that in my search for my language I actually made the tortuous journey of finding my feet in both Hindi and English, and developing with both a free and separate relationship.
Were you a voracious reader? Who were your favourite writers?
How did they influence you? Basically I loved literature. Reading was a major pastime. Very haphazard though it was. Have you decided to stay away from India she is currently shuttling between Paris, Endinburgh and London? Seeking permanent residence abroad I do not live abroad. But I love travelling and have been lucky in getting chances to visit many different lands.
How do you think the West perceives us? Is there any one image of India in the Western mind? The image of India in western minds?
God, can there be one image! Except in the minds of fools. Of which there could be plenty here! And where India is not so simply a subordinate partner, whatever may have been the history of inequality between this West and India earlier and whatever it may still be in post-modern and world-globalisation times.
Have you ever learnt creative writing? If not, how did you groom yourself?
No, I did not learn creative writing! Have their courses been responsible for any of the worthwhile literature coming out of there? How did I then groom myself? Like an Indian! I learn on the job!
And get better and better! How much do you think writers should engage themselves in public issues? Public issues and writers. Most importantly I believe there are different ways of engaging in public issues. Not always direct action. The circuitous route of art, theatre and literature can create an ambience receptive to other voices and ideas.
Take someone like J. Coetzee in our times. Or nearer home a very controversial and self-avowedly apolitical Bhupen Khakhar. Have you involved yourself in social issues?
When and what has been your experience? How much influence has that had on your literary efforts? Yes, some of these concerns do wend their way into my work. And is not a dismissable novel merely for engaging so totally and directly in a socio-political issue! Are you satisfied with your creative output?
Satisfied with my creative output? Are you serious? I get inklings of that sometimes, but no more!
Would you say something about the germination of a work of literature? What comes first? A general idea, a specific situation, a plot, a character? How I conceive of a work is a bit of a continuous mystery.