Never say NO #Book Review: SHE – Ekla Cholo re

We identify people by their names. Only names?

Not exactly we categorise them further on the basis of gender, age, caste, religion as well. Yes whether we accept or not, consciously or subconsciously we do this. On the basis of the judgements passed by others somewhere, we question our IDENTITY or develop notions about oneself. I don’t know whether you agree, but think back and you would find your answer. It’s very difficult to accept yourself as you are. Similarly, we all go through tough times, identifying your dreams and living them is been achieved by few.

Similarly, we all go through tough times, identifying your dreams and living them is been achieved by few. In trying times finding a motivational factor is a big support whether it’s a friend, family or even a book.

I came across SHE – Ekla Cholo re, which says it’s a story meant to motivate all and sundry irrespective of their circumstances. When I saw the book I thought the first time I went on the number of pages and thought would it be thought provoking?

See we all develop notions on the basis of look and feel, I am not left behind. However, few words can also create magic so why can’t few pages be impactful? Read it to know for yourself.

I want all my readers to know more about Kusum, although she was alone she found her way. It’s not easy to make tough choices.


My lessons –

“Achieve what I want to, don’t hold back”

I am walking on my journey. Choose yours wisely and think about yourself as well.

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  1. Hey Manisha, the lesson you have learnt is a big one. Often, we don’t know what to achieve and keep wandering. Some years back I was also a wanderer. Fruitful post

  2. Of lately woman-centric books have been pulling me. And m glad to come across this book on #WomensDay added to my tbr and I hope to pick it up soon. 🙂

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