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Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Hamaro Desh: Satire on Political Arrogance by great Indian Satirist


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Hamaro Desh ‘A Garhwali satire written by great Indian satirist Puran Pant Pathik (2003)
                                  Review by:  Bhishma Kukreti
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                The great Indian satirist Puran Pant is expert for satirizing various behaviors of politicians. In this present satire ‘Hamaro Desh ‘, great Indian Puran Pant satirizes the arrogant behaviors of ruling party politicians. When the ruling political party politicians get chance for ruling for long time they become arrogance and don’t believe in public perceptions. These politicians deny all the charges of nepotism, corruption, deceiving public, not fulfilling their promises. The great Indian satirist ridicules such behaviors as nepotism, corruption, deceiving public, not fulfilling their promises by politicians.
  Puran Pant uses politician as first person writing letter to people to specify his behavior. The language and phrases are successful in satirizing unwanted, superfluous or emotionless behaviors of politicians. Overstatement and mockery is glued successfully by great Indian satirist Pant.   
Copyright@ Bhishma Kukreti 28/11/2012
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