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Rain In The Mountains - Paperback

Rain In The Mountains - Paperback

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Rain In The Mountains: Notes From The Himalayas is a collection of semi-autobiographical writings of the eminent writer Ruskin Bond about his life at home in Mussoorie.

Summary Of The Book

Rain In The Mountains: Notes From The Himalayas brings together some of Ruskin Bond’s most beautiful works from his years spent at the foothills of the Himalayas in the town of Mussoorie.

These are musings on his natural habitat, scenes from his daily life, in both prose and poetry. Though written in a simple language, they manage to create vivid imagery and capture the essence of mountain life. Some of his writings that are featured in the book are Once Upon A Mountain Time, Sounds I Like To Hear, How Far Is The River, and After The Monsoon.

Rain In The Mountains: Notes From The Himalayas covers the everyday life of the author with descriptive words and lucid writing.


CONTENTS
SECTION I - ONCE UPON A MOUNTAIN TIME

Once Upon A Mountain Time
Voting at Barlowganj
Miss Bun and Others
A Station for Scandal
It Must be the Mountains (Play)


SECTION II - MOUNTAINS IN MY BLOOD

How Far is the River
Four Boys on a Glacier
Growing up with Trees
Mountains in my Blood
A Mountain Stream
A Lime Tree in the Hills
A New Flower
The Joy of Flower
Sounds I like to Hear
Dragon in the Tunnel
Hill of the Fairies
The Open Road
These I Have Loved
A Dream of Gardens
A Sweet Savour
Great Trees I Have Known
Picninc at Fox-Burn
A Wayside Teashop
All About my Walkabouts
Great Spirits of the Trees
Birdsong in the Mountains
Meetings on the Tehri Road
Guests who Fly in from the Forest
Up at Sisters Bazaar

SECTION III - NOTES BY THE WAYSIDE

SECTION IV - MOUNTAINS ARE KIND TO WRITERS

In Search of a Winter Garden
The Old Lama
The Night Roof Blew Off
Mountains are Kind to Writers
Best of All Windows
A Knock at the Door
Sounds of the Sea
All My Writing Days
The Trail to the Bank
Where the Grass Grows Greener
Better to Have a Bird in a Bush
Coaxing a Garden from Himalyan Soil
Where Rivers Meet
After the Monsoon
The Road to Anjani Sain

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