Shakina, a poor Afghani village girl, wants to lead a dignified
life as well as stand by her family as a strong woman. But, under the shadow of
American democracy within war, she loses her family and her dreams are
shattered too. On the other hand, she also realises that the people of the
country have a way of bringing back hope into life through love and care. She
also comes to know about how an extremist is born and is invited to this
civilised digital world of fantasy.
The name of this book will throw the limelight on the
exhausted western dominance in the South Asian nation that is very close to
India. With love and blessings of people, this book is dedicated to those
innocent children all over the world, who are always living in the constant
fear of war.
Manasi was born as the second child to her parents on July 18, 1969 in Ranchi. She lived with her parents in Uttarpara, Hooghly, West Bengal, where she completed her schooling. She holds a master degree in botany from Calcutta University. Besides academics, her other interests include singing, fashion designing and painting. She is a broad-minded person. Wars that happened all over the world inspired her to write this book in order to create awareness among people about the bad effects of war, and also make them realize the importance of fighters and support the fighters by being a friend, and not an intruder.