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Sons Of Brahma

Sons Of Brahma

Dhruba Hazarika
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Jongom, an unassuming scholar, spends his days in the world of books. Until, to his bewilderment, he is singled out by a dangerous rebel leader, Anjan Phukan, who wants him to write for the separatist cause. They are arrested without warning on their first meeting, and Anjan is shot dead trying to escape. Now Jongom is forced to escape from both the police and the rebels who hold him responsible for their leader’s death. He takes with him his loyal best friend, Pranab, and together they race through the lush Assamese countryside, facing the macabre world of north-east politics and discovering along the way a terrible secret that binds them together in ways they never thought possible. Addictive and gripping, Sons of Brahma is an enthralling Assam novel.

Imprint: India Penguin

Published: Apr/2014

ISBN: 9780143422815

Length : 272 Pages

MRP : ₹299.00

Sons Of Brahma

Dhruba Hazarika

Jongom, an unassuming scholar, spends his days in the world of books. Until, to his bewilderment, he is singled out by a dangerous rebel leader, Anjan Phukan, who wants him to write for the separatist cause. They are arrested without warning on their first meeting, and Anjan is shot dead trying to escape. Now Jongom is forced to escape from both the police and the rebels who hold him responsible for their leader’s death. He takes with him his loyal best friend, Pranab, and together they race through the lush Assamese countryside, facing the macabre world of north-east politics and discovering along the way a terrible secret that binds them together in ways they never thought possible. Addictive and gripping, Sons of Brahma is an enthralling Assam novel.

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Dhruba Hazarika

Dhruba Hazarika was born in 1956 in Shillong. He graduated from St Edmunds College, Shillong, in 1976, and obtained his master's degree in economics from Guwahati University. After brief stints as a salesman in Delhi and as a lecturer in economics at Jagiroad College in Assam, he entered the Assam Civil Service in 1983 and is currently
Director of Sports & Youth Welfare, Assam. His short stories have been published in various newspapers including the Sentinel and the Telegraph. He is the founder secretary of the North East Writers' Forum established in 1997. In 1996, he received the Katha Award for Creative Writing in English. He is an avid trekking and martial arts enthusiast and is the president of the All Assam Taekwondo Association.

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