The novel ‘Patthar Kii Ibaarat’ is a fictional story of an imaginary human life flourishing around three-four hundred years before Christ. It is imagined that none of the present religions existed in that period and Manaviki sect was followed by a majority of people in those times. People of that period were believed to be worshiping the dominant energy sources like Sun and fire.
The entire fictional story, incidents, hunting, combats and wars depicted in this novel are imagined to have occurred somewhere at the time of a foreign invasion in the western frontiers of Indian subcontinent. In those days, the Agneyak empire had captured the entire northern belt of the Indian subcontinent.
The hero of this novel, ‘Mirga Bir’ was the head of a tribal clan flourishing in the deep Saraunda forests somewhere on the Ser Bhoom mountain ranges in the erstwhile eastern India.
Mirga Bir was a tall and muscular hunter and a fierce fighter. ‘Patthar Kii Ibaarat’ portrays his adventures for the survival and social advancement of his tribal clan. This novel will also picturize the great civil war fought by Mirga Bir against a draconian ruler for reinstating human rights of the enslaved and oppressed people of that kingdom.
Jharia is a Mechanical Engineer by profession, who worked in Ministry of
Defence as a Senior Scientific Officer for about 37 years. His in-depth
knowledge about wars, armaments and military equipment, gained during his
association with defence sector, is obviously visible in his emphatic depiction
of hunting, combat fights and wars in his novel. By reading the typical style
and rich vocabulary in his novel, the reader will simply conceive the scenario
live in his mind. His articles and short stories were published in some
magazines between 1990 to 1995. Now he has written an action thriller fictional
novel that is expected to make a prominent place for him in the crowd of Indian
authors. His favourite Hindi writers are Devaki Nandan Khatri, Acharya
Chatursen and Vrindavan Lal Varma.