journey that Khushwant Singh has taken in fiction-writing. Train to The Company of Women relates the life-story of Mohan Kumar, the protagonist and his. Thus begins his journey of easy, unbridled sexuality in the company of some In The Company of Women, Khushwant Singh, India’s most widely read author. The Company of Women [Khushwant Singh] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Recently separated from his nagging, ill-tempered wife of.
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Retrieved from ” https: And that is the reason why The Company of Women leaves a bitter after taste. At Kobo, we try to ensure that published reviews do not contain rude or profane language, spoilers, or any of our reviewer’s personal information. And well, I did not like this book at all.
The cliche stands firmly, don’t judge a book by its cover. Would you like us to take another look at this review? One Night at the Call Center. May 26, Shruti rated it did not like it Shelves: He is a no nonsense kind of an author. Why I killed Gandhi. This is a story of a rich and handsome Indian guy khusbwant Mohan Kumar who owns a male organ big enough to surprize all his female partners. Just a humdrum account of infidelity that reaches Ekta Kapoor levels of idiocy.
I feel its a wonderful expression of creative freedom and independence of thought. The Company of Women is soft porn. Mohan would see his father once in every month on a full moon day.
She is perpetually cranky, and it seems like she was born with a long face.
He returned to India hoping for a very good career ahead. But I do agree with a line from the author’s note. Then he gets back to India and gets married to an Indian virgin and ill-tempered girl, become father of two children and finally gets separated as they failed to carry on with their marriage. All three had used too much perfume, had gold or platinum rings with precious stones on their fingers, and gold-chained wristwatches worn with the dials facing inwards.
Who prefer to read erotica.
The Company of Women (Singh novel) – Wikipedia
If for this, then I am glad to have not read his other works. Unfortunately, in India, matches w based on factors which should be secondary. I also thought over the wisdom of marrying a rich man’s daughter and bringing her out of a large mansion to a pokey little flat. Lust has no time limit and is the true foundation of love and affection. I have always been a great fan of Late.
He went to the bathroom and spat it into the basin. As it’s a piece of literature and literature meaning something that “entertains and teaches”. We came in a furious frenzy. Sex seems a goal of his life, he went for a newspaper advertisement for accompanying women partners who can stay sinhg him for a specific period and he can have all fun without any complaints.
I won’t go to say anything against the author, as everybody knows he is bold and cares little for the judgement of others.
If you go expecting an average novel of Singh’s cadreyou won’t be rewarded on that front too!! Love cannot last long without love. Or was it just another collection of ideas of multiple sexual partners by a rich old man? For him, love is an elusive concept and means different things to different people. No whoring or visiting escort services, because he believes in the woman belonging entirely to him for whatever time frame she is with him.
She turned the frosting glass in her hand and exclaimed, “Lalique, tres chic! He lived with more than five or six women. Jun 14, Saaida Tareen rated it liked it. I was given this book by a girl who told me “It is NOT an instruction manual”. But then the author has again mixed up a normal fight between husband and wife into sex-craving-maniac character.
Singh’s weekly column, “With Malice towards One and All”, carried by several Indian newspapers, was among the most widely-read columns in the country.
Book extract: Khushwant Singh’s ‘The Company of Women’
It is much more than that. Overall, I found it sad and depressing to imagine a man with so little in life to live and die for. Khushwant Singh, one of India’s most well-known and widely read authors, commenced writing The Company of Sigh when he was eighty-three and finished at age eighty-five. This book is the sexual fantasies of an octogenarian.