Beyond Me by Abdul Ghani Butt
`Beyond Me' is an autobiography with a difference in technique, style, and substance too. Confession constitutes the essence. the author begins, besides 'Introduction' with his village as an abode for human association, his home, a symbol of togetherness on earth as central to the existence and his childhood in the back-drop of village rusticity to end up in his school for an onward journey to Muslim University in Aligarh. He studied Persian for two years and did LL.B, too at the seat of learning in Aligarh. His practicing law in a local court at Sopore for a little while was followed by his choicest profession 'teaching' in different colleges, which has graphically been described in 'Beyond Me'. Where does he end up? Maybe somewhere not in the wilderness but figure somewhere in politics as one who does not choose to meekly submit to perks.
Publisher - Gulshan Books
|Book Name||Beyond Me|
|Author||Professor Abdul Ghani Butt|