Inspired by real events:
“It’s better to fight for love than for the land or hate,” he always said.
This story is a blend of non-fiction & fiction, emerging from a memoir, moving into imagined landscapes… towards a “future world” that has no wars, no weapons, and no terror - a world without misery… The story revolves around a protagonist who is working for intelligence agencies - but he is an idealist who wants to see the world as a better place for everyone. In the last phase, a radical change takes place at the Pentagon. Some military generals, and some high-ranking officials inside the government, wake up and rebel against the war systems. They expose the conspiracies that are causing wars and terror everywhere… Ultimately, the time moves into a “future world” with peace and prosperity for everyone.
He was the spy who was a lover.
He was Roshan Mirza…
He could get anywhere… without any hindrance. Barriers could not stop him.
He was like a spirit, a free spirit, moving through the universe... interacting with everyday life - and walking through another life that’s beyond anyone’s perception…
He was a spy - but a spy who questioned every convention. He was a “new James Bond…”
“No guns, no revolver - just poetry and music, that was his tool box.”
He was out for an unusual quest, the most unusual quest a spy ever had. He wanted to stop the war machines and beat their masterminds in today’s world affairs, so he became a part of the machine to challenge its very function. But on his journey for idealism, he got into an impasse: financial pitfalls, disillusion and a broken relationship with the woman of his life who ended up in a web inside a military compound. All this just intensified his quest... He emerged as a sound from the silence… “He was the spy who was a lover.”
Sound from the Silence, on the one hand, goes into the core of grand political conflicts - and on the other hand, reflects the social taboos and misconceptions deeply rooted in the collective psychology of modern men and women in the context of relationship complexities…
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मध्ययुगीन हिन्दी साहित्य में हिन्दी समाज और संस्कृति का स्वरूप-भाग २ (MADHYA YUGIN HINDI SAHITYA MEN SAMAJ AUR SANSKRIT KA SWARUP (Vol.-2) by Dr. RAMRATAN BHATNAGAR
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