Burning Sapphires brings attention to plight of Kashmiris
One determined young woman helps millions of Kashmiris in ‘Burning Sapphires’ India – Author Suresh K. Goswami takes inspiration from the real-life struggles of Kashmiris fighting for their life and independence in his new novel, “Burning Sapphires” (published by Partridge India).
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BookGeeks proudly announces giveaway of debut author Suresh K. Goswami’s “Burning Sapphires”. Suresh is a Kashmiri himself and in this book writes passionately about the mass exodus of Kashmiri Pandits. The book is about a young girl Shahzadi Ghulab Sahib, who with the sheer power of her will and determination succeeds in building a new Kashmir for the exiled Kashmiri Pandits and overpowers the most feared terrorist in the valley, Ali Murtaza. A near perfect blend of reality and fiction makes this book, quite an outstanding one.
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Suresh K. Goswami’s new novel brings attention to plight of Kashmiris
One determined young woman helps millions of displaced Kashmiris in ‘Burning Sapphires’
MAHARASHTRA, India – Author Suresh K. Goswami takes inspiration from the real-life struggles of Kashmiris fighting for their independence in his new novel, “Burning Sapphires” (published by Partridge India).
Set in the Valley of Kashmir, “Burning Sapphires” focuses on the adventures of Shahzadi Ghulab Sahib, a young girl who demonstrates extraordinary vision and strength through her will to survive and overcome the unimaginable atrocities committed against her family and her community.
After navigating a maze of grueling, fateful events, Shahzadi Ghulab Sahib matures into a woman of great knowledge, substance and experience. She takes charge of millions of Kashmiri Muslims trapped in the Valley of Kashmir and 500,000 displaced Kashmiri pandits living as refugees in their own country.
With Shahzadi Ghulab Sahib emerging as a modern-day messiah, millions of Kashmiris are led toward a life of contentment, dignity and pride.
An excerpt from “Burning Sapphires”:
“A dark melancholy had befallen the village. They mourned not so much for poor Badru but for the miserable destiny they knew would soon dawn upon them from the depths of the dark forest, where no one dared to venture any more. It was home to the mysterious demons that walked and danced, playing with their guns and spitting fury where ever they went.”
By Suresh K. Goswami
Hardcover | 5 x 8 in | 274 pages | ISBN 9781482800807
Softcover | 5 x 8 in | 274 pages | ISBN 9781482800814
E-Book | ISBN 9781482800791
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Suresh K. Goswami enjoyed a long career working as a chief executive officer and managing director of many multinational companies in Africa and the Middle East and has also written, produced and directed several award-winning feature films and documentaries. His documentary “My Heroes” received awards from the Six Sigma Films online festival and the We Care Film Festival. “Burning Saphhires” is Goswami’s first published book.
tory about one woman who, despite all the odds in life, takes on the responsibility and leads the entire community toward a progressive solution and revives the injured spirits and minds of Kashmiris. A seven-year-old girl, Ghulab Sahib, living in Machail, is unaware of life and its complications. The Machail village, 9,500 feet above sea level, in Kashmir, India, is surrounded by high mountains, thick deodar forests, and attractive meadows that are fully covered with thick snow for most of the year, except in the summer months. Living her childhood in this most spectacular village, she doesn’t know that destiny is going to disrupt her peaceful life and propel her through a maze of grueling fateful events. But these fateful events do not destroy her-instead, a woman of great knowledge, substance, experience, and unparalleled strength emerges in the being of Shahzadi Ghulab Sahib, who takes charge of millions of Kashmiri Muslims trapped in the terror-stricken Valley of Kashmir along with 500,000 internally displaced Kashmiri pandits living as refugees in their own country and bails them out, leading them toward a life of contentment, dignity, and pride.