Book Review || I Am Malala || A Girl who stood for Education & shot by Taliban.

 Read this book recently, reminded me of how much I take for granted every day: Freedom of speech. Freedom of religion. The freedom to go to the outside without needing a male escort. And the right to get an education, regardless of gender.

"I was a girl in a place where rifles/guns are fired in celebration of a son, while daughters are hidden away behind a curtain, their role in life simply to make food and give birth to children."

Malala, who is now 23,is an outspoken advocate girl who ask for education right to have the same right to go to school as boys. In her native country Pakistan, she lost that ability when the Taliban took over: "I was 10 when the Taliban arrived to our valley.  It seemed to us that the Taliban arrived in the night just like vampires. They came in groups, armed with knives and Kalashnikovs . They looked so dark and dirty and that my father's friend defined them as 'people deprived of baths and barbers.'"

The Taliban  bombing schools and decreed that girls couldn't get an education. Malala's father was a school principal and always encouraged her to speak out. She was only 15 at the time, but threats were made against her and her family. And in October 2012, when she was in the school bus with her friends, a man with a gun climbed aboard the vehicle and shooted Malala in the head.

Amazingly, Malala survived the bullet and was found able to recover. She and her family currently living in England, but Malala describes about how much she misses her home country and wishes she could return to be with her friends. Her amiableness was such that she did not wish revenge on her attacker, and instead she prays for peace.

"I thank GOD, for the hardworking doctors, for my recovery and for sending us to this world where we mostly struggle for our survival. Some people choose good ways and some choose bad ways. One man's bullet hit me. It swelled my brain, stole my hearing and cut the nerve of my left face in the space of a second. And after that one second there were billions of people praying for my life and extremely talented doctors who gave me my life back. I was a good girl. In my heart I had only wish to help people."

Malala's story is both painful, heartbreaking and inspiring as well. I really appreciates her courage and her tenacity, and also hope that her Nation will one day find Peace. "Why are we Muslims fighting with each other?  We need to focus on practical issues. We have millions of people in our nation who are illiterate, and many women have no education at all. We live in a place where schools are incinerated. We have no electricity supply. Not a single day passes without  kill of at least one Pakistani."

The novel is lovingly and kindly written, and I also admired her stories about the history of Pakistan and her peoples, the Pashtuns. While reading the book I found that I knew more about the history of other Nation in the region, such as Afghanistan, Iran and and as well as India, than I did know about Pakistan, and it was very informative. I would highly recommend this novel to anyone interested in women's rights, current events, history or inspirational memoirs and biographies.

"Today we all talk about education is our basic right but we just do talk. Not just in the West; Islam too has given us this right. Islam says every girl and every boy should go to school. In the Quran it is written, God wants us to have knowledge. He wants us to know why the sky is blue and about oceans and stars . The Taliban could take our pens and books and can't deprived us from getting education, but they couldn't stop our minds from thinking."

Although I had heard about Malala before reading the book, I was not familiar with her story. Now that I have read it, I believe that her story is one everyone should know and that she is a voice everyone should listen to. Her book should be used in classes around the world. It is extremely powerful, and Malala is someone we can all learn from. When reading the book, you easily forget that Malala was just a child when most of these events happened. Most of us will not show one hundredth of her courage in our lifetime. She used her grief and her tragic past to build a cause and help solve the problems she sees as the most pressing. The fight is still going on and needs our attention, and Malala’s book is a testament to the power each and every one of us has to make the world a more equal place.

Chetan Bhagat | BOOK Review | One Night at The Call Centre | Must Read the very interesting book

One night at Call center is written by Chetan Bhagat who is one of the most famous novelist in modern era . He wrote four more novels those are five point someone , The three mistakes of my life , Revolution 2020 , State .
One Night at Call center is the book/novel based on the life of the middle class family in India and their problems . IT is a story of emotions which shows pity , love , sorrow and ambitions . It denotes to the many aspects of human life. It deals with the expectations of people and the frustration after not fulfilling them .

The story of One night at call center rotates around 6 people .
Three are male and three and females .
All of them are working in a same group in a call center .They all are very different from each other but they have a similarity in them that all of them are fed up with their lives and their lives are very mess.

This story is about a night at call center which totally changes the lives of all the people , not just lives actually it changes their way of thinking .It changes their way to deal with the problems of their lives .

Shyam Mehra ,is the narrator of the story and is the main character of the story . He is very much unclear in his life . He is a very simple boy . He loves Priyanka who has got engaged with Ganesh an NRI boy . He is sad because of it and second thing is that he thinks that his boss has cheated him and Varun.

Varun is a friend of Shyam and does not want to do the job but he wants to keep up his standard up so he has to work there . Priyanka's mother wants her to marry Ganesh next month but she does not want . She still feels something for Shyam . Later on Shyam tell her about the baldness of Ganesh who hid this from her . Esha singh or Eliza is an ambitious girl who wants to become a model .

She runs away from house and join call center in o rder to fulfill her dreams .She does many compromises . But she is bluffed by a man who said her that she is not suitable for being a model .
Her life shows the ambitious middle class youth/youngster who are running after blind race of materialism .

Radhika's call name is Regima Jones . She is married . She is not happy with her mother in law . She loves her hubby/husband a lot but when she comes to know that on a radio program he selects an another girl over her . She gets very upset.

Miltery uncle is the oldest person in call center but he is living a lonely life . His heart weeps for his grandson but he gets more upset when his grandson asks him to stop mailing him .
In this way everyone in the call centre is fed up with his life but one day at night everyone receives a call from God .

God motivates everyone and tells the way to handle their problems . He tell them not to get frustrated by problems . He suggests them to face the problems and to do 100% of efforts.After receiving the call the life of everyone is changed . Everyone started handling the problem with full of courage and finds out the best solution.

Shaym finally gets his love . Priyanka also refuses to get marry to Ganesha who hid his baldness . Esha starts working for NGOs . Military Uncle also got his family back at the end .
 The story of one night at call center is based on facts and fiction . The characters are taken from the real life . They represents the problem of middle class Indians . The story signifies the six different problems of six different people .

Priyanka representing the girl in India who has to follow the decision of parents at the matter of marriage . God gives the solution to it and tells her to believe in herself. Military uncle also represents old people who are ditched by the family and it is a common and a serious problem in society . At the last he also got his family back .

The story of the novel/book is very simple but the call from God makes it very interesting .
All the characters in this novel are young except military uncle .

 The language of the novel is very very simple and that's why people loved it while reading.

BEST QUOTE:There are four things a person needs for success: a medium amount of intelligence, a bit of imagination, self-confidence and failure.

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