journey that Khushwant Singh has taken in fiction-writing. Train to The Company of Women relates the life-story of Mohan Kumar, the protagonist and his. Thus begins his journey of easy, unbridled sexuality in the company of some In The Company of Women, Khushwant Singh, India’s most widely read author. The Company of Women [Khushwant Singh] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Recently separated from his nagging, ill-tempered wife of.

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I want to know why such book is written? For him, love is an elusive concept and means different things to different people.

The Company of Khuwhwant. Full review at https: Everything depended on my saying yes. This has been described in the book in the form of a series of events in the life of the lead character, Khushwznt Kumar.

Khushwant Singh is rich and famous. What utter nonsense and such a waste of time.

The Company of Women

First comes Saroj, an English professor from Rewari, in his life. In India it was not easy. Please review your cart. No eBook available Amazon. But this book really didn’t “work”. And, when it came to sex, the lady professor proved that she was stronger than many men.

He was enjoying his life as he likes. Mohan would see his father once in every month on a full moon day. It is also a critique of the institution of marriage in our Indian society. It is quite often that the girl and the girl’s family lo I read a few reviews of this book and I understand that I might be among a handful of people who liked this book.


The walking stick he carried even inside the house was of black ebony with an ivory handle carved to resemble a snarling lion. The similarity ends there. For an Indian conservative mind, this book is blasphemy.

So yes, this book do involves loads of it. Also, relationship status should be no-strings-attached on both sides and Rs10, will be paid monthly for expenses. On the whole it was insipid. Nov 29, Twinkle Sibomana or it liked it.

But then her family became a priority and she moved over books. I also felt it was not fair to club Sonu with the rest of the family.

The novel deals with the sex life of a certain Mohan Kumar, a high profile businessman living in Delhi. In America I had got all the sex I wanted.

During the tea session she was sulking, as if preparing herself for a rejection: Pots of money but no class. Eventually gets an STD and commits suicide. It is difficult to have relations even with willing partners.

As per him, at the end of the day all comes down to sexual satisfaction out of the relationship. The Power of Now.

In many other reviews, this book is considered as ‘erotica. The story is quite simple and there is really nothing much to it.

Well, we can be entertained with such actions in the life of Mohan Kumar, but what about teaching? Aug 19, Kirti Tarang rated it it was ok. When I read it for the first time, I couldn’t complete it.


It is a matter of fact script and it is left upon the reader to perceive the story as per their understanding of right of wrong. Jul 18, Puja rated it liked it. Even so, in the following extracts, the carping commentary on Indian society and hypocrisy, the brazen views on sex, the essential loneliness of a gregarious persona, suggest that the book, in however tortuous a manner, is a window to its creator.

The Company of Women – Khushwant Singh – Google Books

Every time I plunged into her she thrust her pelvis up to receive me. Ratings and Reviews 0 0 star ratings 0 reviews. This book is the sexual fantasies of an octogenarian.

Mohan Kumar is a son of a middle class father. Then, in October that year, the season changed, he caught a chill. One Night at the Call Center. The basic theme of the book is the relationship between men and women, who has been depicted in countless works, in innumerable ways and styles, including literary texts and poetry, mediums like paintings, stone carvings, folksongs and folklores.