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Kulapati Munshi Bhavan’s Vidya Mandir

Thrissur, Kerala
CHILDREN'S CONTRIBUTIONS

‘THE INDIA I LOVE’- A BRIEF REVIEW

By Kalyani (VIII A)

A few months ago, I came across a book named ‘The India I love’ written by Ruskin Bond, one of India’s most loved writers. It’s cover page which portrayed Ruskin Bond with a huge head, carrying on his shoulder, a bag containing books hung on a hog ink pen showed the author’s passion toward writing. This picture creates a literary mood in our mind.
Ruskin bond opens his somewhat autobiography like book with the following sentence-‘The India I Love do not make headlines.’ Bond is trying to convey his feelings about India through poems and essays.
Ruskin Bond is looking back on his unique relationship with India and it’s people from the time he migrated from the west to India to take up a challenge of being a writer. He tells us about his life with his adopted family or about the family that adopted him. He talks about the children whom he has met in Mussoorie. And finally comes, my most favourite essay in this book title ‘Joyfully I Write.’ He talks about how he enjoys the writing.
Ruskin Bond is 73 and he says that it has become easier for him to write at this age than when he was able to in his youth!

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