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For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | New Delhi | Published: May 18 2017 3:17 pm Book review of Ruskin’s book (Source: Ruskin Bond/Facebook) Top News It is almost customary for Ruskin Bond to surprise his readers with a subtle reference to his childhood The readers on the other hand — having devoured much of his works — prefer to assume that they know all about the life and times of this timeless writer Every time you think you know enough about the writer adored so dearly across the country there is something new that he throws at you The elegance with which he does so is perhaps what keeps us intrigued about the life of the author who has been writing for well over six decades now What do we already know about Bond’s early days That he did not have a very happy childhood that his parents were separated and that he was often lonely ALSO READ |How to Train YourDragon But one splendid year from Bond’s life escaped the public eye and this memoir releasing on his 83rd birthday on May 19 takes readers back in time and lays bare the sheer joy that the then eight-year-old boy had with his father In the foreword he impresses upon the fact that sometimes memory improves with age and he now remembers things that he thought he had forgotten “Most of all I remember my father — ‘Daddy’ as I always called him” Bond seduces his young readers by repeatedly capturing a boy’s state of mind and reminds the elders that kids are particularly looking for “tenderness” from those they love In this context he says that not many fathers succeed in providing this tender care to their children because “they are usually too busy earning a living for the family” Bond fortunately was lucky to have Aubrey Bond as his father who gave him nearly all his spare time shared his interests and held his hand in the dark The ease with which he fits into the shoes of an eight-year-old boy and yet succeeds in maintaining the perennial charm associated with his vivid writing is commendable The memoir’s narration is from the 83-year-old Bond’s perspective but the imageries that he creates are all straight out of the eyes of the eight-year-old Rusty He does not travel to and fro rather it is a simple narration that starts in 1942 when he arrived in Delhi after leaving his school in Dehradun and ends on a tragic note shortly after he joins a new school a year later In “Looking For The Rainbow” readers are taken on an exciting ride down memory lane and elaborately told about the one year that Bond spent with his father in Delhi having escaped his “jail-like boarding school in the hills” This period is full of books visits to the cinema music walks and conversations with his father — a dream life for a curious and wildly imaginative boy But all of this turns tragic too soon He arrived in Delhi in the middle of World War II the period when his parents too “had been at war with each other” His father was serving in the Royal Air Force and was living in an Air Force hutment on Humayun Road in New Delhi It was during that summer that Bond saw his first snake went for walks up and down the ramparts of Red Fort stored drinking water in an earthen jug or sohrai and was quite happy to be on his own while his father was away at work When the father-son duo were together they went for movies and spent time arranging stamps of his father who was an avid collector But that was not all his father always made him breakfast before leaving for office A couple of toasts with a half-boiled egg occasionally a sausage lots of jam and lots of tea with condensed milk were what the “greedy little boy” preferred The little boy goes to a boarding school again and makes some good friends too And then one day his teacher Mr Young was handed over the unenviable task of giving him the bad news “‘Your dear father’ he stammered ‘Your dear father — God needed him for other things’ I knew what was coming and I burst into tears I had no one else in the world — just that one dear father — and he had been snatched away We had been taught that God was a loving merciful being and here he was doing the cruellest possible thing to a little boy” Bond recalls An extraordinary offering by India’s most loved author the book captures the little nuances — fantasies expectations and often void — that children face but remain largely unknown to their guardians The book has been beautifully illustrated by Mihir Joglekar and is published by Puffin india For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Ritu S | New Delhi | Published: August 24 2015 1:15 pm How does one deal with the constant demands of the changing scenario of life without caving in to anxiety and despair (Source: Thinkstock Images) Top News Krishna says in the Bhagwad Gita – ’Gahana karmano gatih’ (karma runs indescribably deep) Its ways are inexorable Whether a particular action clears our debts or earns us equity is not for us to know So although we try to redeem ourselves of our past actions done in ignorance by acting in accordance with the Law of Karma we are still unsure of how heavy our baggage of debts maybe This causes a certain dread in us for the future Based on this premise we live our life (consciously or unconsciously) day after day phase after phase We are told that the experiences of our life make us wiser it teaches us how to deal with life with panache; we learn from our past mistakes and forge ahead into the future and so on and so forth The ugly truth – our mistakes reflect a pattern We commit the same mistakes over and over again And no matter how far ahead we have lived we are still as unsure and anxious about our future as we were when we embarked consciously on this journey called life Moment to moment life demands action by way of thought and decision In his book ‘if you meet Buddha on the Road kill him’ author Sheldon B Kopp writes- ‘in my life there are disappointments that I cannot evade frustrations that I do not choose and losses that I am helpless to do anything about’ So how does one deal with the constant demands of the changing scenario of life without caving in to anxiety and despair What life’s experiences really teach us is that there is only so much that we are in control of The trick to deal with life is to operate with trust rather than fear Trust helps us relax fear makes us anxious There’s nothing that we are incapable of dealing with except fear As the popular saying goes – ‘There’s nothing to fear but fear itself’ Fear impairs our judgement and renders us incapable of action We regret in hindsight of all the cherished moments we wasted in fear of anticipated disasters We overshadow our frivolous and joyous moments with imagined clouds of doom looming over us and what a waste of a life it is So the need is to make a conscious effort to let go and learn the art of relaxation Yoga (which is Sanskrit for ‘union’) and meditation suggest certain distinctive mental and physical exercises which aim to control the mind by withdrawing attention from the body and the senses This has a tranquilizing effect on the mind and one feels rejuvenated enough to sing – ‘que sera sera what will be will be’ For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top News In the last three years in particular, that we must assess GST.some who make him recite his famous dialogues while others who break into songs and tears. 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