The force behind writing this novel is the silent freedom-movement run under the most precarious conditions by the Tibetans forced to live under the dictates of China. The unprecedented genocide and an attempt to annihilate the very race constitute the primary framework of the story. This blending of fact with fiction has been effectively and successfully crafted by Rajendra Mishra, a pioneer and prolific writer in Hindi who deserves a much larger canvas through a translation in English. The narrative moves around Suvir, a dynamic Robotic Engineer and a pioneer social activist. Chi Lin aka Lachi – an amazingly beautiful and patriotic Tibetan girl who has taken up Chinese citizenship for a disguise and an American Entrepreneur Orvellia play a pivotal role in bringing to the fore the verities of life and the significance of freedom. A must read for those who believe in struggle for the values of life.
The Moon of Lhasa
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