Saahelee (સાહેલી) By Late Shri Harilal Upadhyay...
Book: સાહેલી (Saahelee)
Navbharat Sahitya Mandir
Excerpts from Saahelee:
The challenges keep coming at each step of life; that's why life is called as the "battle of life".
Bravery of a man and beauty of a lady supports each other in the same battle.
In the battle of the life, Tulsi might be destroyed by the terrible physical
and mental pains given by a lustful man, but at a key moment,
a supporter named Vishnudas has saved that wounded lady bravely for the sake of humanity.
Though Tulsi got a new life, her anger for that terrorist was still there;
her cleverness and qualities have kept it in cold though.
But it has shown its effects obviously. This tale of a revenge of a lady,
who is generally considered as less powerful; shows the glimpses of the changed mentality,
due to the hunger for power and pride of wealth with changing times.
Selfishness, lust and egoism are the bad qualities found implanted in a human since birth.
The uncontrolled attributes create the stories. The policies set by the authority
(government or king) are responsible for changing times.
Though the time of selfish kings has gone and democracy took over.
But the people considered as authority are still showing the same characteristics.
Vishnudas and Tulsi were living happily with daughter Sarika,
without being affected by any bad qualities or without coming under influence of
materialistic wealth and splendor. The daughter had been grown up by them as a
"sahelee (Saheli - The best friend)"
title="Social novels in Gujarati Language by Late Shri Harilal Upadhyay"
>novel explores the values, morals, hopes, and desire of these three characters.
As I am completing five and a half decades of voyage in the field of literature;
I am thankful to all the readers and publishers for their positive feelings and generosity.
I am feeling glad and proud on this occasion.
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Glimpses of Late Shri Harilal Upadhyay's journey in his own words,
"YOG MANJARI (યોગ મંજરી)".
This semi-biographical, inspirational tale was published as a series of 28 chapters in "Kismat magazine" during 1985-1986.