Month: January 2022

The Indian farmers protest

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THE INDIAN FARMERS PROTEST

(THE LARGEST PROTEST IN HUMAN HISTORY 2020-2021)

THE RESISTANCE COLLECTION

Author Sir-Inder Deol

Release date: 11/01/2022 Available from all Amazon and all good bookstores.

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‘When events compel activists such as Greta Thunberg, Ravi Singh and Russel Brand, politicians like Justin Trudeau, Tan Dhesi and Jagmeet Singh, as well as A-list celebrities like Rihanna to enter the fray; something pivotal has caught the collective imagination.’

Sir-Inder Deol’s mastery of the poetic word transports the reader directly into the forefront of the largest mass protest in human history. His tone eloquently reflects a combination of the personal and collective struggle of the agitators, inviting readers to both question and better understand the political and corporate cogs of society. It literally makes you want to go out and protest! The Resistance Collection, whilst containing a rich insight into the Indian farmer's protest, also crosses over. A modern-day inspirational manual of sorts for activists and reformers worldwide.

Deol illuminates every single poem with his command of figurative language, managing to effortlessly capture such raw emotion in a mere matter of words. The combination of the intellectual with the metaphorical depicts an imperative class consciousness narrative that encourages its reader to pause and reflect. It was within each pause that I found a truly unique insight into what resistance entailed, and what it evoked for the Indian farmers. It is a poetic resistance story like none other, one which resonates wholly with its reader. I look forward, eagerly, for what Deol may bring next, he is truly an emerging literary genius. (Professor Balkar Singh. Professor of Eminence, Patiala University, India. Author and Academic Scholar).

The Author:

Sir-Inder Deol is a poet, a human rights activist, and a strong advocate of freedom of speech and expression. He published The Deol Foundation's Indian Human Rights Report in March 2021, the first report of its kind during the historic struggle. Writing and poetry are his passions. In 2020 Sir-Inder decided to start a foundation that bore the family name. Focusing on freedom of expression, human rights, environmental rights, and social impact. The foundation has created projects worldwide to support this agenda. One of the programmes includes Academic Research, run by up-and-coming scholars. Covering a wide range of topics, the project has gained support from Internationally established senior academics. Sir-Inder has also helped to establish the emerging publishing house TDF Books, which is dedicated to publications that fall within the parameters of the aforementioned areas of focus.

Review: Notes from a small room

Due to the complete lack of ethics of the indian tech and internet companies government slavery of writers has continued for the last 11 years without being questioned. One citizen has the english language skills, is spending their time writing, yet the government agencies are falsely giving credit and monthly salaries to scammer sindhi school dropouts, cheater, robber housewives like bengaluru shivalli brahmin cheater nayanshree, robber riddhi nayak caro, scammer students, maidservants, caretakers and other frauds who have never spent any time writing in their life, yet make fake claims. These scammer government employees do not even invest in computer hardware, yet the government agencies, tech and internet sector continues to make fake claims while the real writer is criminally defamed in the worst manner, and the government believes the 100% FAKE TEAM STORIES
This highlights how technology is widely used to commit writing fraud in India. Earlier writers would use typewriters which could not be hacked, so the real writer would get credit and payment for the articles he wrote. 'Notes from a small room' by Ruskin Bond, is the story of the authors life in Landour and elsewhere. He writes about his struggle as a writer, how he faced a large number of rejections before making a steady income as a writer.
Specifically the book has excellent information about the flora and fauna of the Himalayas, the shrubs, bushes, flowers, tress, animals and birds. He writes how bushes prevent landslides, the mountain streams and the behavior of elephants. Specifically he writes about the smell of the various leaves and flowers, how some of the most attractive flowers have no smell or do not have a pleasant smell.
He also writes about how reading can help a person get cured of his or her illness. While in some places like jails, religious and spiritual books are given to prisoners, autobiographical books are often inspiring. Patients who are ill and remain bedridden because they do not have the strength to do anything are often told to read books. Jerome K. Jerome's Three Men in a Boat is highly recommended
One of the more interesting aspects of the book is the evil eye or nazar, how negative thoughts can cause losses. Specifically he writes about how negative thoughts can affect the germination of seeds and growth of seedlings. The reviewer has often noticed that her plants are not growing well, while everyone else's plants are growing well. This is mainly because she has extremely hostile neighbours in Goa, who are always objecting to growing plants and killing them at every opportunity.
Ruskin Bond remains one of the most popular English authors in India, because he has an excellent writing style which is very readable. This book is also written in simple English, so that readers of all ages, can easily read and understand it.
A well written book, recommended for those who would like to understand the life of authors a few decades ago.
Notes from a small room
Author: Ruskin Bond
Publisher Penguin Books, 2009
Pages: 171