Read online or download for free graded reader ebook and audiobook The Night Train at Deoli by Ruskin Bond of elementary level you can download in epub. 16 Jan When I was a child, I use to read a lot of short stories. A lot. Be it in books, newspapers or magazines. There is something about them, maybe. The Night Train at Deoli is a story of adolescent infatuation presented with great sensitivity. It expresses the narrator’s love for a poor basket-seller whom he.

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However the reality is most likely very different. Yet Deoli is the place where the narrator has fallen in love for the first time.

What is the theme of the story “The Night Train At Deoli” by Ruskin Bond? | eNotes

Oct 01, Swarda rated it it was amazing. A bonding of a lonely school school kid, Arun and a mysterious lady who showers her motherly love The Woman on Platform No.

Collection of some of the best stories of Bond. Each story will connect to your heart.

Books & Quotes : #1 — The Night Train At Deoli By Ruskin Bond (Book Review)

It just transports you to a calm and quiet magical world, so different from the one we’re living in! Ruskin Bond is most famously known for his very good psychology for school going kids and that is what probably reflected in his stories.

The beauty and poignance of each story reverberated through me and had a direct impact on my moods. Customers who viewed this item also viewed. And for those who haven’t, well, he will make you come to this country, which is filled with tiny stories in itself.


Jan 27, Angelica Watson psst! Secondary School History 15 points. Rruskin has a number of well portrayed sweet circumstances in which I met a lot of diverse yet relatable characters. Currently you have JavaScript disabled.

Which may suggest that the narrator is afraid to find out the truth. The next summer, soon after his college term finishes, he rushes to go to Dehra, eager to nught the girl, his grandmother being an excuse. The author spends the remainder of the journey and a long time later thinking about her. It will compel you to take pen and paper or laptop, notepad, whatever and start creating your very own set of stories.

Shopbop Designer Fashion Brands. Read this book for the nostalgia, for the simplicity, for learning to find pleasure in small things, like eating a fresh mango; like resting under the old tree or att taking the fresh air in the morning. With such elegance and eloquence they could captivate and soothe any reader’s heart. If anything the narrator lives in hope that he may one day see the girl in Deoli again. Silence reigns and speaks more than words.

Short Story Analysis: The Night Train at Deoli by Ruskin Bond – The Sitting Bee

He paints beautiful pictures in your mind, making you literally live in the world of his words. Sold by Amazing Buy and ships from Amazon Trin. There are no lessons, no morals and no conclusions.

Taken from his Collected Short Stories collection the story is narrated in the first person by an unnamed man and after reading the story the reader realises that Bond may be exploring the theme of letting go. Ruskin Bond is an Indian author of British descent. But I don’t regret it. Feb 17, Dhiraj Sharma rated it it was amazing. These stories have a sense of longing, a glimpse of the places which are still untouched by technology.


Summary of the night train at deoli written by ruskin bond

View or edit your browsing history. This story of first love is something ruskinn student has experienced. I would suggest this book to all the lovers of short stories.

He has tge written over short stories and articles that have appeared in a number of magazines and anthologies. One of the best books by Ruskin Bond.

Unfortunately, the last story from this book that I read was “Love is a Sad Song”, and it was one I did not like at all! Apr 26, Namitha Varma rated it liked it Shelves: Everyone please buy it. Magical writing with a style that touches your heart. Thank you for reading.

The descriptions of the life in the hills is so mesmerizing. Of love, of innocence, of loneliness, of hills, of grandparents, of trees, bees and butterflies, of the rain, of the sun, of girls with big black eyes, of love-struck boys, of trains, of you and of me – That’s what this set of stories is about.

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