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The only son of an erstwhile ruler of Rajasthan province of India joins the Indian Navy and becomes one of the best fighter pilots of India. He marries a commoner instead of royal and gets thrown out of the fort for tarnishing the image of his father and hurting his pride and honor. He is chosen as commander of the spacecraft Mangalyyan 7 for Mission Mars.
Since it is not economically viable by any one country, it is for the first time in the history
Ram gets engaged with Radha, who alleges that he molested her. The engagement gets dissolved. Ram runs away from home to join the Indian Army. Radha too joins the Indian Army as a Military Nursing Service Officer. Ram gets injured and is admitted in a hospital where Radha was posted. She recognizes Ram, but Ram is unaware. Radha becomes friendly with him to exact revenge. She pretends to be in love with him, and an engagement ceremony is planned, but she run
In this delightful romantic novel Mr. Panwar writes with such intensity that it evokes the reader’s own desires.
It is a story of a Hindu boy who accidentally falls with his bicycle on a Muslim girl and falls in love with her. The girl reciprocates with equal passion. But as is mostly the case in such teenage love affairs, they fail to get their parents’ approval because of the differing religious backgrounds.
The story unfolds with the sever
This delightful, sensuous and romantic novel will make readers fall in love with its characters and invoke their own desires and dreams to live with a person in love; free from fear of the world.
It is a romantic love story, tinged with humor, about two people who are initially averse to love, but end up falling and rising in love and transmuting their sensuous pleasures to heavenly bliss.
They learn to live with tragedy, sacrifice and revenge. Th
Daulat Singh Panwar has led an interesting life – from joining the Indian Navy, to becoming the first literate person in his family and handling a job overseas in Middle East countries, from a shy glossophobic, to a charismatic oilfields skills instructor, a manager and a consultant.
Daulat transcends child marriage, and later, manages in getting his son married off in an intercaste marriage much against his mother’s wishes. He has, in short, seen it