Finding India; Finding Love

About The Novel

Pinjar at one level is a love story and at another it is Maan’s struggle to get that perfect India. Honest, aggressive yet sensitive minister Maan meets a naïve, sweet yet gritty Geetanjali and all equations start changing. Taking off from rural India, Pinjar is a murky story of conflicts and issues we address in our day to day lives. Pinjar is a story a damsel in distress who meets her knight in shining armor. Maan is a powerful man who has long left his village but his one visit back to the village changes his life forever. Love happens in the most unexpected surroundings.

Pinjar is the story of breaking the social cage. Pinjar is also a story of a couple who passionately stay in their little cage of Love.

About the author:

Writing is a deep rooted passion for Paulami. With a love for English Literature and Indian writings in English, she took up writing as a habit. Scribbling was a need throughout her girlhood. Writing in college magazines and Pujo Souvenirs got her sweet recognition among her peers and canteen mates. This journey carried on with The Shillong Times and Guwahati Shillong Plus of the Times of India, in a brief stint as feature writer.

Born in Shillong, with schooling at Loreto Convent, and an English Honors from St Edmunds College she came down to Kolkata. A post graduate in comparative literature from Jadavpur University she dreams in English and thinks in Hindi. Her writings are a blend of colloquial Hindi and English. She has an ardent attachment to the world of ‘love’ ‘ishq’ and ‘pyar’. Paulami views the characters from different angles uses close-ups or mid long shots and switches to long shots and combines them together. She uses her imagination to interpret ‘Man’ and ‘his’ relations.

Though she is into television media research, she tries to find rainbows in the stern looking mathematical figures. Paulami seems to be committed but not a Feminist. Readers may find a taste of writings of generation next in her works.

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  1. March 8th, 2012 | Rithika Nair says:

    Well, i have read many of ther fictions…. and let me tell you , those were really really great, with it distinctive way of presentation… the depth of characters… and above all the strings which strikes at the right cord when one read her romantic fictions. I am sooooooo happy for her… and may god bless her in all her upcoming projects and i am really happy to be one of her early readers….

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