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Punjabi Love Story is an observational documentary written, directed and produced by Kay OvErvIEw> This is a story about love and marriage, loyalty and. Read Inpirational And Interesting Stories For Children, Download Bedtime Stories Presented By Vismaad, download Comics Today. PDF | On May 4, , Naqqash Hanif and others published Punjabi Folk Love Stories.
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Praveena Publications. India Today. They support one another and the group grows as more women join them. Nikki finds a new place for herself within the community, becomes closer to her family and gains the impetus to change the direction of her life. Absolutely wonderful book that I highly recommend.
A very clever tale that brings out the strength and soul of women who may have traditionally felt ignored or unimportant in society. Very cleverly done using stories within the main narrative too! Look forward to reading Balli Kaur Jaswal's next novel too!
In a hurry to leave the house, I downloaded the "next to read" book on my list but didn't have time to check the description For example, the scene in which Sarab makes chai can't write more, spoilers is just lovely. I think a big part of the appeal is that the author is not British so she's able to write with an outsider's view of life in a Punjabi community in Southall, West London.
Highly recommended, I've added the author's other books to my "must read" list. Many thanks to the author, publisher and Netgalley for the advance review copy, it's much appreciated!
He travels to the Punjab and so we see him eating and preparing many of the foods mentioned in the novel, it makes for a fascinating companion, especially to those of us who miss Southall's shops and restaurants.
I'm also bewildered by the 1 and 2 stars awarded by a couple of people who haven't written any reviews - maybe it's in error?
Thoroughly enjoyed the stories written by the women themselves and the layout with the stories interspersed with the overall book plot was perfect. It was great to read about women of all ages forming a bond together and making friends despite their differences. Jaswal has written such beautiful characters here.
Even the darker element of the plot in this book was wholly intriguing and well written. I sincerely wish there were more books about these characters, a series would be outstanding. There are the erotic stories told by the Punjabi widows as the title suggests.
Who knew old ladies had such interesting tales to tell? The effect they have on their community and not just sexual outcomes. There is a mystery or two, a fire, a romance and an integral battle of the sexes all in this one book.
What a fascinating and enjoyable read. To think you could go to a writing and learning English group and gain so much from it! I wish the classes I have been to were as interesting and challenging as this group appears. I loved this book and if you don't mind the odd erotic story then this book is definitely worth reading. I shall look out for more by this author as she definitely packs a lot into one story. My Recommendation.