Tuesday, August 7, 2007

My review of Jashn-e-Azadi-in Greater Kashmir

Even Greater Kashmir is more freedom loving than Sanjay Kak himself

The first images that flashed in front of my eyes when these numbers were shown on the screen were of Brijlal (my father’s best friend) and Choti. Brijlal (a driver in Dept. of Agriculture) and his wife Choti were tied to a jeep in their native village and then dragged till dead. When we received their bodies they were chopped into small pieces as if someone had just brought meat from a butcher. Blood still was fresh in some of their veins as it had reddened the body bag in which we received them. What a way to celebrate Azadi??? Kudos to the Robin Hoods who did this, kudos to the director for endorsing their way of celebration, sickness and creativity comes in such mental frames, I never knew. Beware… a lot of modern day Neros are around the corner. Read the full column here....
http://greaterkashmir.com/full_story.asp?Date=8_8_2007&ItemID=7&cat=12

Some comments on the review on my Yahoo mail....

I feel we are on the same wave length on Sanjay Kak.Please accept my compliments for the brilliant reviewin GK. Keep it up.Orzu.Kamal
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Yes -It is very well written!!!!

warm regards,

ashima

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Rashneek Ji ,

Hats off to you.

Regards
SW


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Dear Rashneek...

The article was well written and you deserve all the kudos.

Pl. keep it up.

Regards,

Sunil Raina

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--- "rajesh.pandit" wrote:">rajesh.pandit@tsoftindia.com>wrote:
Dear Rashneek Ji> > I had read this article on your blog previously, but> that could not stop me from reading it again (> twice) today. A wonderful piece of rebuttal to lies,> lies and more lies.> > > > Rgds > Rajesh Pandit
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cashmeeri wrote:> > > > RASHNEEK - Gyaani bhi, Gunee bhi">cashmeeri@yahoo.com> wrote:> > > > RASHNEEK - Gyaani bhi, Gunee bhi
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from someone who wanted to be anonymous..
Dear Rashneek ji,
We communicated earlier; and, I have a reason not to write to you; but after I read your review, I couldn't resist myself from writing; your words animated memories of my personal losses in Kashmir; I relived the horror of those months when members of our extended family were kidnapped, tortured and killed by terrorists;much less to talk of loss of other friends totheir bullets; as I write this, I've tears in my eyes; your words wrenched my heart, and left me speechless for a while; but, this response had to come; even if you chose not to reply to my mail on an earlier occasion (something you may not even remember now), I write; just to thank you for writing this so well.
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YET SOMEHOW SANJAY KAK GOT GOOD REVIEWS FROM PANDITS.....

1 comment:

Suveni said...

Awesome Rashneek! Balanced tone of the ur reply carries the message beautifully n those who can relate to it, for them painfully as well...

Well done n all the best.

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