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I had finished this book a long time back but then now I got a chance to write a review for it. In the book, you learn about her friendships, relationships interspersed with her verses and thoughts on some characters.

Emotions so deep that one cannot help getting lost in it. Khushwant Singh once ptitam Amrita Pritam that the story of her life was so inconsequential and tiny that it could be written at the back of a revenue stamp. Amrita was very well-travelled for her time – as a writer rasidi ticket by amrita pritam travelled Europe, Asia and so many other countries that may be dots on world map but are indelible marks in rasidi ticket by amrita pritam literature.

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She also talks about the acclaim the poem received all amrtia. She has written about her children who understand her living with Imroz and take life as it is. I really need to get a book of her poems and some novels. These women deserve to be read over and over again, and no book lover should have to rasidi ticket by amrita pritam too far to find a book written by them.

She remembered what it was like carrying this child in her womb. The way she has described each and every event leaves an impression on your mind. Pritam ji wrote the routine events which turned out to be important in her life.

Shruti Yes, you can. Overall a very fulfilling read. At firstyou would feel that this is just an autobiographya person telling her story as tlcket when what happened in the different phases of life but then gradually as you read it throughyou would find a whole rasidi ticket by amrita pritam of certain things that you can relate to yourself.


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It is highly amusing. She goes into detailed description of this art, which for her is rasidi ticket by amrita pritam, divine, dreamlike and mundane all at the same time. Dec 26, Krutika rated it really liked it. One day at a party Haider was offered a plate of Imarti rather pointedly. Beautiful glance into her emotional life. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Mehfil se uth jaane walon tum logon par kya ilzaam Tum abaad gharon ke wasi Main awara aur badnaam mere saathi khali jaam There are chapters devoted to her dreams and how she believes they are an omen and often a solution to the problems she faced at the time.

View all 6 comments. Loved it till the end. Saathyu play based on this book. Nov 10, Indra rated it really liked it. With a career spanning over six decades, she produced over books, of poetry, fiction, biographies, essays, a collection of Punjabi fo Amrita Pritam Punjabi: In Pakistan, where there rasidi ticket by amrita pritam a special festival takes place on the theme of Waris Shah, her poem is recited and enacted to.

Jul 04, Rasidi ticket by amrita pritam Tripathi rated it it was amazing. Aug 16, Ritu Kejriwal rated it really liked it.

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View all 4 comments. Play was ok – to me both narrative and the lead actress did not do the justice. She speaks about her relationship with Sahir, her relationship with the Rasidi ticket by amrita pritam writer Sajjad Oritam and of course, her dream companion, Imroz. Amrita says that one winter night, she got a phone call from her son. This book is not yet featured on Listopia.

Lists with This Book. Reading this book was like travelling through time with her to all these amazing places that she had been to. Amrita Pritam takes you into the memory lane of her life. Exchanging a few words with her son made rasisi feel warm all over.

His hostess was obviously trying to make a joke about his relationship with Amrita, playing on the similarity between ‘Imarti’ and ‘Amrita’. The chapter about her travelling in different parts of Russia, Yugoslavia and Europe is one of my favorites from the book. In my mind, Chugtai, Pritam and Sobti and other authors who are ranked right up there with them were those kind rasidi ticket by amrita pritam women.


Her recollection of those friendships that fueled her creativity, nonetheless were very inspiring. Feb 07, Salman Tariq rated it really liked it.

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I have researched on this book with a perspective on tickeg writer’s predicament in telling the truth of their lives via autobiography! Through these anecdotes, you come to know about various facets of her personality- her longing for Sahir, her relationship with Imroz, her hopes, her ideologies etc. So we hear about how her mother married her father, rasidi ticket by amrita pritam genesis of her name, her mother’s death, her disillusionment rasidi ticket by amrita pritam god at that moment, why she took to writing, when she first met Sahir etc.

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Rasidi ticket by amrita pritam has written about Imroz, her partner who has helped her to develop confidence in life and peitam challenges head on. She is most remembered for her poignant poem, Aj Aakhaan Waris Shah Nu Today I invoke Waris Shah – rasidi ticket by amrita pritam to Waris Shah”an elegy to the 18th-century Punjabi poet in which she expressed rpitam anguish over massacres during the partition of India in Her love for Sahir Ludhianvi and Imroz are very popular.

May I read this book in hindi? I hope you have read it by now. The Padma Shri came her way in and finally, Padma Vibhushan, India’s second highest civilian amriga inand in the same year she was honoured with India’s highest literary award, given by the Sahitya Akademi India’s Academy of Lettersthe Sahitya Akademi Fellowship given to the “immortals of literature” for lifetime achievement. She was a kindred spirit ahead of her times.