journey that Khushwant Singh has taken in fiction-writing. Train to The Company of Women relates the life-story of Mohan Kumar, the protagonist and his. Thus begins his journey of easy, unbridled sexuality in the company of some In The Company of Women, Khushwant Singh, India’s most widely read author. The Company of Women [Khushwant Singh] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Recently separated from his nagging, ill-tempered wife of.
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Return to Book Page. He returned to India hoping for a very good career ahead. This is a story of a rich and handsome Indian guy named Mohan Kumar who owns a male organ big enough to surprize all his female partners.
They would go to the ‘Har Ki Sijgh ghat to see the small floating puja lights in the ganges in the fading twilight. My second book after “Delhi”. Books by Khushwant Singh. How to write a great review Do Say what you liked best and least Describe the author’s cpmpany Explain the rating you gave Don’t Use rude womsn profane language Include any personal information Mention spoilers or the book’s price Recap the plot.
I have always been a great fan of Late. She was beddable enough and I could teach her about the right style of living and behaviour, the difference between crystal, cut glass and plastic. I assume he must have thought, “I can write anything, some one will publish it. Dejected and lonely, he only wants the company of women to make his leftover life work. One night he was shaken wman a violent bout of coughing.
Maybe that is what I should admit that I liked it. Pots of money but no class.
The Company of Women by Khushwant Singh
As it’s a piece of literature and literature meaning something that “entertains and teaches”. It definitely isn’t, but it does, however, give an insight into Indian culture and particularly Khushwant Singh is rich and famous.
No, I am not sympathising with the protagonist of this novel. But Mohan was an unfaithful husband. The Lord was right in saying, “For one that is born, death is certain,” but there was no proof that Mohan knew of to support Krishna saying, “For one who dies, birth is certain.
A series of sequences unfold in the book in the form of Mohan Kumar’s association and rendezvous with a number of women. I have read Train to Pakistan and Delhi from the same author, and when I read this book, I was surprised to see the fall in quality of storytelling and imagination. Of course, Mohan would disagree, but he enjoys every minute of satiating his libido. The characters are weakly constructed and I seriously don’t understand why it was called a “triumph”.
Though I had my smiles at his very subtle references, I was neither on the same page with the author, nor was I left far behind.
Book extract: Khushwant Singh’s ‘The Company of Women’
Jan 31, Mudit Malik rated it did not like it. We appreciate your feedback. Tales sungh India Global Classics. As a young academic, he is sent abroad to study, and thus begins Meet Mohan Kumar. There’s nothing here, neither the eroticism of his other encounters nor any world view or scathing commentary. At least marriage would ensure a woman in my bed.
Jun 18, Megha rated it did not like it Shelves: First comes Saroj, an English professor from Rewari, in his life. We came in a furious frenzy.
He lost his mother at his very early age and loved his,conservative Hindu, father very much. Even so, in the following extracts, the carping commentary on Indian society and hypocrisy, the brazen views on sex, the essential loneliness of a gregarious persona, suggest that the book, in however tortuous a manner, is a window to its creator.
So yes, this book do involves loads of it. That decided his fate.
This eventually led to divorce and also made Mohan slip into sexaholic phase. I feel its a wonderful expression of creative freedom and independence of thought. This made his father to leave their house and went to Haridwar near Ganges where he lived his rest of the life.
He advertised in the dailies for a suitable companion to live with him with no strings attached.
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You are constantly reminded of how big tool Mohan Kumar has and the promiscuous personality he has. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
He believes that we are fooled into believing that the basis of a happy relationship is love, according to him, it is all khusbwant sex. Also, relationship status should be no-strings-attached on both sides and Rs10, will be paid monthly for expenses.
In India it was not easy. It is more in the mind. Thus, having found his single status again, he must overcome his loneliness, and thus begins a string of affairs. Mr Kumar, you are a man of expensive tastes. Preview saved Save Preview View Synopsis. And as Khushwant Singh said, an equally apt title for this book could be: I had expected the sons to be more sophisticated than their parents, but they had turned out to be arrivistes as well.
Mo My compqny Khushwant Singh book. The Bride from India.