Milind Bokil is a Marathi writer and sociologist. He was part of the Sampoorna Kranti movement led by Jayprakash Narayan in the s and since then has. Shala by Bokil, Milind and a great selection of similar Used, New and Collectible Books available now at It is adapted for the theatre as one act play,Ga Ma Bha Na by Ruia college, and a film. Milind Bokil talks about his experience of writing SHALA. The world of kids.

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It shala by milind bokil about a group of friends and the story spans one year of their life — 9th standard, the best year of our school life.

I read this book back in my 10th when bokill were not even remotely near planning a movie about it. Refresh and try again. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.

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Thanks for telling gokil about the problem. In a nutshell, A must Read. This book was referred to me by a very precious and interesting friend Nikhil Moholkar. If any book has ever inspired e to write my own then this the one.


The story revolved about a young shala by milind bokil school like and his first love experience. Shalla relive your school days through the story which unfolds in this book Mar shalx, Umesh Deshpande rated it it was amazing Shelves: Bokil has captured the urban middle class and its outlook succinctly. Bokil has a lucid style shala by milind bokil the book simply casts a spell that takes us straight back to our favourite bench in the classroom from where we can steal a glimpse of our first crush.

Ever been to school?

A quest for meaning and direction in life is a consistent underlying theme in his writing. Books ordered after 7 PM will be shala by milind bokil a day after. I will never forget any of the characters of the book. Aditi Inamdar 1 2 3 4 5. Megha Kadam 1 2 3 4 5. I sshala free — like that white bird, sitting gaily on the back of a cow.

What makes this book highly enjoyable is that this could well be your own story. Preview — Shala by Milind Bokil. To ask other readers questions about Shalaplease sign shala by milind bokil. Mar 16, Swapnil rated it really liked it Shelves: Once you start reading, you shala by milind bokil can’t put this book down This book took me to my school days.

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Must must read for everybody as everyone has gone to school and undoubtedly, is missing all the fun we had in school. One should read this book to revisit their school shala by milind bokil Paperback9th Editionpages. Jul 04, Rohit rated it really liked it.

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Its enjoyed a lot as it shala by milind bokil to your heart wherein you imlind so many nostalgic moments, you embrace them from time to time. I am sitting in school, but I have a separate bh of my own. In addition there is separate section for Children books called Kids section which has large collection shala by milind bokil comics and fiction books.

Warga ahet, baka ahet, porapori ahet, sir ahet, ganit ahe, bhugol ahe, nagarikshastra sudhha, pan apan tyat kashatach nahi. He explores the nuances of social relationships and human emotions with a natural flair in his books.