Authored By: Birabar Nayak
Year of Publication: 2017
|Pages: 62||Binding: Paperback(PB)|
Category: Poetry, Fiction and Short Stories
|Price in Rs. 175.00||Price in (USA) $. 29.95|
Tales of Ruhi & Raku are twins - who are pre-mature, baby boy and girl not identical, fought their life through many people's prayer and by the Grace of Almighty. Here, even childhood of underprivileged children around the world and their vulnerability in shaping their possibility and overall growth and development is in danger, is reflected also re-invented in many ways - from its geographical difficulty to country wise sheer negligence and apathy of the state never waits for the future citizens for all its services to make available as need of times and needs of the real right holders through protected motherhood, as memory comes in multiple forms to us imaginatively. In this string of poems - tell their life has its own hope, courage and adventures in this dream driven world. The magical poems spell out of a happy and memorable childhood as well as responsible parenting in modern times.
Royalties to the poor children of India.
Birabar Nayak, juggles between children and youths for their educational rights and entitlements in India, based at Delhi. His book Our Voices concerning Child Rights is published and it is set in the tribal pockets of Udaipur, Rajasthan in particular. His poems are published in Baal Choupaal - bilingual journal (both in English and Hindi) Global Voice for Children, Paper Boat - a mouthpiece of less-privileged children's educational rights magazine and Gobar Times - for school children - a supplement of Down To Earth magazine dedicated to environment. Sometime (2000-2001) he was in the editorial board of My Name Is Today- a bimonthly children in news published by Butterflies, a Delhi based NGO working for street and working children. He has translated Indo-Anglican poet Jayanta Mahapatra's major poems such as Her Hand, Freedom, and Hunger into Odia, and has child inspired educational short films to his credit. He is a bilingual writer; writes both in Odia and English.