Sunita Kawale’s three books released

Source: The Hitavada      Date: 30 Jul 2017 08:52:53


Staff Reporter,

The three books namely ‘Shaleya Sanskrutik’, ‘Astoday’, and ‘Ti aani Mi’ were released at Sugandh Sabhagruha, Dharampeth on Saturday during the programme organised by Abhivyakti Vaidarbhiya Lekhika Sanstha. All these three books were penned by Sunita Kawale. Noted litterateur and critic Dr Kishor Sanap presided over the programme.

Education expert Narayan Joshi, noted litterateur and thinker Dr Pradnya Apte, and ‘Sahitya Akademi’ award recipient litteraetur Asha Bage commented on the books respectively.

Supriya Iyer, President of Abhivyakti Vaidarbhiya Lekhika Sanstha in her introductory speech took a brief review of the books penned by Kawale. Abhivyakti has completed 39 years and conducted novel programmes for citizens. She also appreciated Kawale for writing three books on different subjects.

The three books were released at the hands of Dr Kishor Sanap. Narayan Joshi termed ‘Shaleya Sanskrutik as an authentic and honest document depicting the education system in rural areas. Shaleya Sanskrutik has been the compilation of short articles penned by Kawale through her experiences in schools in rural Maharashtra. This book also makes a reader to think seriously about the present education system, he added.

Speaking on the book Astodaya, a compilation of short stories, Dr Pradnya Apte stated that the stories penned by Kawale touch the heart of readers. These are not just the simple stories, but the realistic portrayal of lief experiences, she added.

‘Ti aani Mi’, a novel penned by Kawale is dealing with many angles of relationship between individuals. With the help of different incidences in life, Kawale has been successful to present characters in the novel with determination and compassion, said Asha Bage while commenting on the book.

Sunita Kawale, author of three books spoke on the themes of all these books. She said, she has got an utmost satisfaction while scripting the real life experiences in different forms. Chinmayee Nagdev recited welcome song. Sushma Mayure conducted the proceedings.