'Kshitij Ke Par' (Across The Horizon) is a collection of fictional stories. They reflect the role of 'composite culture' which has evolved from the mutual influence of the Indian and Western cultures, and which can be visualised and widely felt cross the social spectrum. The emerging thoughts, problems, and possibilities are skilfully knitted in these stories. The globally mobile younger generation may see its own image in the mirror of these stories, and that will also be the success of this book. The author believes 'a story must engage from beginning to end', and the readers will not be disappointed.
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About the Author
Prof. Kaushal Kishore Srivastava is an academic (physicist) who has studied/researched/taught in the universities of Australia, Britain, United States and India for more than three decades. Post-retirement he has discovered his potential for writing in Hindi and English on different themes. His first book of Hindi poetry 'Kavita Darpan' (voice of composite culture) was published by Vani Prakashan (2013), New Delhi, his second poetry book in English 'Beyond Blue Oceans' (2013) is available on Amazon.com, and the present title 'Kshitij Ke Par' (Across The Horizon) is his third book of fictional stories.