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NOKAY CHILD

Inderjit Kaur Barthakur

ISBN - 987-81-89392-06-2

PB; p-170; 4.5"x6.8"; 151 gms,

Rs.120.00

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The travel companion series of books written by Dr. I. K. Barthakur are a compilation or real life inspired stories. These are a captivating mixture of insights into the minds and hearts of human beings. ‘Nokay Child’ leaves you with no doubt that the ‘power of love’ is very real. Maternal love in ‘Nokay Child’, brotherly love in ‘Babu’ and “Forgiveness’ and the love between a husband and wife in ‘A Day Old Bride’, are different relationships highlighted by Dr. Barthakur. This collection not only sweeps you away emotionally, but your senses are equally enlivened by the vivid descriptions in the likes of ‘Gas, Ghosts and Orchids’, ‘Wild as Wind and The Sky’, ‘Happy in Rags’, ‘Not to be’, ‘A Bathtub’ and “The Kaziranga Kings’. All-in-all, a truly thought provoking experience. I am waiting for the next.





Dr. Ms. I. K. Barthakur is well known for her deep interest in economic development. In diverse field, she has contributed invaluable original thought. This is also visible in her other books including several editions relating to a major scientific discovery which naturally enables the parents to conceive the desired gender of a baby at conception. She received the prestigious national awards of 'Padma Bhushan' in 2009, 'Padma Shree' in 1992 - both from the President of India. As a student, she had received a 'Silver Medal' for bravery. She received the 'Mahila Shiromani Award', 1989; 'International Woman Award' 1992, 'Bharat Jyoti Award' in 2008; Indira Priyadarshini Award in 2011. These awards reflect her deep personal involvement and contributions she had made beyond the call of her duty.