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OONA is a touching biographical true-life story of a brave daughter by her mother set in the Himalayas. With the sudden and shocking deaths from mushroom poisoning of the daughter and granddaughter, the author moves from shock and grief a state where they are inconsequential.

The teachings of the great seers of old are brought into a new perspective as mother deals with death and its true meaning emerges. Life takes on life and prevails over grief and self-centerdness.

Foreword By : Mahesh Rangarajan

About the Author

Jasjit Mansingh is a an accomplished author. To here credit are NANDA DEVI, INDIA, and LT. GENERAL P.S. BHAGAT: A BIOGRAPHY. Recently she published TIME OUT: Stories from Punjab. She lives in New Delhi, India.

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I often choked with emotion...a one-line summary is...'A cry from the heart.' -- Khushwant Singh, New Delhi Times, February 3, 2001

OONA is a book showing that grief never can die, but perhaps, can be sublimated to an almost unbearable beauty. -- by Ravi Shankar, India Today, March 5, 2001

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Oona : Mountain Wind

Oona : Mountain Wind

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  • Author: Jasjit Mansingh
  • ISBN: 9798188703400
  • Format: Hardbound
  • No. of Pages: 343

Book Description

OONA is a touching biographical true-life story of a brave daughter by her mother set in the Himalayas. With the sudden and shocking deaths from mushroom poisoning of the daughter and granddaughter, the author moves from shock and grief a state where they are inconsequential.

The teachings of the great seers of old are brought into a new perspective as mother deals with death and its true meaning emerges. Life takes on life and prevails over grief and self-centerdness.

Foreword By : Mahesh Rangarajan

About the Author

Jasjit Mansingh is a an accomplished author. To here credit are NANDA DEVI, INDIA, and LT. GENERAL P.S. BHAGAT: A BIOGRAPHY. Recently she published TIME OUT: Stories from Punjab. She lives in New Delhi, India.

Review

I often choked with emotion...a one-line summary is...'A cry from the heart.' -- Khushwant Singh, New Delhi Times, February 3, 2001

OONA is a book showing that grief never can die, but perhaps, can be sublimated to an almost unbearable beauty. -- by Ravi Shankar, India Today, March 5, 2001

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