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Ashram Randha is a gripping tale of one woman’s journey through life in a rural Indian ashram. Shanti Samal, the author, takes us on a journey through the life of a young woman named Sita who is raised in an ashram in the state of Odisha. This book explores the challenges and sacrifices that Sita and other young women in the ashram must face in order to achieve spiritual enlightenment.
The novel is set in the 1960s, a time of great social and cultural upheaval in India. As the nation struggles with poverty, corruption, and sectarian violence, Sita and her fellow ashram students must navigate their way through a complex web of social, religious, and political pressures.
Throughout the book, Shanti Samal offers a deeply empathetic portrayal of Sita and her relationships with the other students in the ashram, as well as her spiritual guide and her family outside of the ashram. The author also paints a vivid picture of the ashram itself, the routines and rituals that its inhabitants follow, and the challenges they face as they strive to achieve spiritual freedom.
Overall, Ashram Randha is a powerful and moving story of one woman’s journey to enlightenment, with all the joys, sorrows, and struggles that come along the way. It is a must-read for anyone interested in spiritual practices in Indian culture, and for those who are interested in exploring the intersection between spirituality and social justice.
|Book Title||Ashram Randha (ଆଶ୍ରମ ରନ୍ଧା)|
|No of Pages||116|
|Binding Type||Hard Cover|
|Author||Srimati Shanti Samal|
|Publisher||Cuttack Students store|
|Book Dimention||Packaging approx in cm – 16x25x1|
|Printing||Cuttack Students store|
|Layout Design||Cuttack Students store|