Review: Men and Dreams in the Dhauladhar

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“There are times when you have to fight for what you value, that is what life is about.”

Have you ever wondered if nature speaks to you? Have you ever wanted to seek answers in them? In Kochery C Shibu’s ‘Men and Dreams in the Dhauladhar’, we come across Nanda, an engineer working in building dams near the Dhauladhar range, a Kalari expert and a runaway; Khusru, a young Kashmiri youth lead away by the ‘bearded men’ to a terror camp, a mere pawn in the game finds himself working in the dam; and Rekha, a doctor, a Kathak dancer who had roamed the world but finds herself a man who makes her heart go ‘dha dhin dhin na’. What fate has in store for them under the looming Dhauladhar range?

The narration was very good. The characters were detailed, starting from the time of their grandparents to how…

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