Cashmir Bear's Throne by Khawaja Farooq Renzushah
Cashmir, Bear's Throne - mystic melancholy and forlornness through colourful heart throbbing reflections
It is the first novel at the global level on Kashmir written by the original son of the soil which dichotomises the inextricably interwoven complex conundrum of Kashmir. Readers of this unique novel on Kashmir find such mystic visages in each line of the novel which is all around them but not yet identified.
The abstruse characters of this novel Bear's throne will definitely evoke emotional sensitivities of readers to erupt as sky-touching tides inside their nerves to identify all those characters who never loved Kashmir but operated as gangs for hundreds of decades which never allowed cattle class illusionary characters to breathe the fragrance of free expressions by putting fetters around their paralysed limbs.
This novel enlightens people about all those chapters of an illusionary valley that so far remained hidden. This novel exposes the pathology of dynastic gangs which always exploited each situation for the furtherance of their Bear's Throne. This Novel scripts the triumph of spirituality ensuring the doom of powerful Pharaohs along their unlimited, colossal and uncontrolled power.
The scenes and events of this novel may hypnotise you, it may horrify and frighten you, you may roar by striking heads in the wilderness of the valley to recognise the characters of this novel but you will soon realize that the visages of these characters are ephemeral and amorphous.
Mysteries of disappearance and reappearance of Hitler deep inside Cashmir, Victor Rozanthal German sapphire jeweller disguised as Russain who smuggled out the rare of rare footprints make each chapter of this novel full of curiosity to know more Similarly Shamli ib ne Tawanzada, Mohammad Moheeti of Xinjing Qayed e Padshah, Parraihy Kingi are such character which will be remembered for long while describing unique characters of novels written on Kashmir.
Publisher - Gulshan Books
|Cashmir Bear's Throne
|Khawaja Farooq Renzushah