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Will Rajnish, a 5-year-old dreamy-eyed kid, survive a multi-pronged attack by a fearsome hyena, a lurking ghost, a beautiful witch, and an unlawful theft? Will these kids become famous?Will they sanely handle ghosts and demons? Will Rajnish be a demon slayer? Does he play with a ghost rider toy and does he read goosebumps books at such a tender age?Are children in the family safe from demons, ghosts, and other elements, like cobra, thieves, et al? Kids from 3 to 12 years in the family have a habit of keeping vampire diaries and ghost puranas.
Can Rajnish deal with the story of his father facing a cobra guarding a viper’s stone, a naagmani? Will Rajnish become a renowned batter and play for India? Feel his fears and revel in his delights. Speak to ghosts and live in mortal fear. Wade off attacks from the departed souls and co-create a mystical world.
Read more about Rajnish and his exploits, and about the stories he creates, or about the stories he grew up listening to. It is an enchanting tale of his life and times, set in Bariatu Housing Colony, a small colony in the late 1970s Ranchi. It has all the thrills of a small-town boy who lived in a joint family, and who led a different life from the one led by millennial kids today. Learn about the wonderful life of a 1970s kid who had a couple of 10-year-olds and a couple of 1-year-olds for company while growing up and how that shaped his views about the family and the society at large.
Recount your own days as a kid during the 70s and 80s, and relive those happy times again. Check it out..
From the Publisher
A Review of Bariatu Tales by Author Kiran Manral
“A compilation of anecdotes and vignettes from growing up in the 1970s, Kumar Kinshuk weaves together a nostalgic trip that must be savoured piece by piece. A harkening to a gentler time when television and the internet had not yet become the mainstay to fend off boredom, 70s children would definitely identify and enjoy these charming reminiscences, universal as they are to that day and age.”
A Review by Author Nupur Luthra
“Author Kinshuk has a different yet unique way of narrating his story. The story does remind you of your own childhood. A must read to reminisce your past, and get entertained!”
A Review by Author Kanchana Banerjee
“It is a very interesting book that will take you back in time, back to 1970s and thereabouts, and the characters, their lives and how life was in its simple form in the past. I found it especially interesting because most books are contemporary, in the present times in the society as we see it today. Kinshuk has done something very interesting with his book and he has strived to recreate the world of the bygone era, which I think is a remarkable feat, so do buy his book, read it and I am sure you will enjoy it as I did.”
Author Kinshuk: The Man & His Persona
Kumar Kinshuk is an alumnus of T. A. Pai Management Institute (TAPMI), Manipal. He is a graduate from St. Xavier’s College, Ranchi and he did his schooling from St. Anthony’s School, Ranchi. He has worked in multiple industries over the last two decades and has been a keen marketer and an avid sales person.
Kinshuk has written four novels and a compendium of short stories.
He has recently published his entire series of The Kanke Killings. It is a compendium of 4 novels in the Police Detective genre. One of them, Ritualistic Murder is a Thriller, whilst the other 3 novels are Mysteries.
Kinshuk dabbles in photography and Shayari in his free time. He adores his kitchen garden and loves making various salads from home-grown items like lettuce, Italian basil et al. He lives in Kolkata with his better half, Sony and his daughter Aryahi. His son, Aryan, studies in Bangalore. Kinshuk loves spending time with his family friends and he takes part in the community celebrations with gusto.
ASIN : B09VFP5Z5D
Publisher : AUTHOR KINSHUK (25 March 2022)
Language : English
File size : 471 KB
Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
Text-to-Speech : Enabled
Screen Reader : Supported
Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
X-Ray : Not Enabled
Word Wise : Enabled
Print length : 121 pages