Efforts have been made to preserve those usually untouched aspects of life in ‘Life without Tears‘, which pose their presence in front of people in society. People tend to ignore their responsibilities towards elders in their family and society. The mentality of the people of today has become so narrow that they worry only about their children and in a sense, the nuclear family. In this fiction, relationships have been so woven into the whole theme that the reader attaches directly to the characters. An attempt has been made to depict the sweetness and bitterness in family relationships.
In a situation like this, there are undoubtedly some people, with a positive approach, who dedicate themselves well to society in discharging their responsibilities towards it. A sincere effort has been made to make the characters intuitive and effective in the novel. They will be able to leave their indelible mark on the hearts of the readers. I got the motivation for writing this novel from my grandfather, who would always emphasize the charm in ‘living for others‘.
Santosh Prasad relates to a farmer’s family in the Belvan village of Gopalganj in Bihar. In the face of many inadequacies in life, he is in possession of a tendency to do something in the field of literature and entertainment. The thought of bringing up his grandfather’s thoughts in front of people always kept him motivated. After studying and graduating from Bihar, he came over to Delhi to make his future golden, struggled a lot here but ultimately succeeded. Presently, he has established himself as a well-known businessman in the National Capital Delhi. Even today, he remembers the moments of inadequacies and inconveniences he experienced in his village. His village was devoid of good schools and colleges. He came to Delhi and learned the Korean language to move ahead and today has earned a good name in the field of ‘Health and Fitness and Media’.
Book:Life Without Tears: A Truth About Precious Relationships
Publisher:Pendown Press Powered by Gullybaba Publishing House Pvt. Ltd.
Number of Pages:128