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At raarang dhang Interaction with various peoples from different location and grade Whether he succeed in his goal Do re. Story of a rigid mind to do what fits its conscience Story of an ethical dilema Towards the end one may start to wonder if this were a real life story would the protagonist s actions been appreciated Is overwhelming dedication to one s own conscience beneficial in a collective conscience What is morally right Who authorises the moral authorityIn the end when the protagonist prepares to depart a superior reminds him that his disappointment with the army for not giving him a free hand in his work is futile because there s no freedom to work absolutely on one s own conscience even in civilian life This line sums up the entire narration of last few pages

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Raarang Dhang

A location in between Himalayan ranges The book is about how army rule works how he try to achieve what he desired to do. It took me forever to finish this book but it was worth the time and patience It s a very beautifully written book and I hope that people translate this book in different languages so everyone can read this masterpiece

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A civil engineer left his highly paid job from TOP company and join Army as Lieutenant to construct road at Raarang Dhang. Ethical dilemma Whether follow strict army rules or stick to work ethics and complete task accordinglyThough it may seem that it is a story of a civil engineer who joined Border Road Organization to build road in one of the most difficult terrain in the world However this book is than that It is also about difficulties faced by people living as well as working in mountainous region be it physical or emotional Very well articulated book


10 thoughts on “Raarang Dhang

  1. says:

    Ethical dilemma Whether follow strict army rules or stick to work ethics and complete task accordinglyThough it may seem that it is a story of a civil engineer who joined Border Road Organization to build road in one of the most difficult terrain in the world However this book is than that It is also about difficulties faced by people living as well as working in mountainous region be it physical or emotional Very well articulate

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    Motivational exciting

  4. says:

    This book was the first one for me in the year 2020read it nth time and I sincerely have lost count The narration of the experiences of the author is so well portrayed in this book at time it sends chill through your spine reading the condition in which the Border Road Organisation work to preserve the roads in the migh

  5. says:

    Fantastic book on such a topic Civilian engineer's experience in Military somewhat I felt like lakshya movie Although book is much older than movie but still refreshing Anyone wants to read experience with road constructionborder posts military and Himalayan terrain can read this Mesmerizing for me

  6. says:

    It took me forever to finish this book but it was worth the time and patience It's a very beautifully written boo

  7. says:

    Civilian vs army life very well potrayed Himalayan road construction project will take you on curvy ride Civilian Engineer tries to adjust with the pace of army work while proving himself Very beautiful characters to driv

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    Story of a rigid mind to do what fits its conscience Story of an ethical dilema Towards the end one may start to wonder if this were a real life story would the protagonist's actions been appreciated? Is overwhel

  9. says:

    brilliant plot that reminds you of 'a few good men' A talented and independent minded army civil engineer pits against his traditional and disciplined boss over road construction at world's highest and most dangerous terrain Great buildup to the story that takes you straight into the lives of the soldiers and their comradery I wish this book were longer because I really wanted to armchair travel in Himalayas

  10. says:

    A civil engineer left his highly paid job from TOP company and join Army as Lieutenant to construct road at Raarang Dhang a location in between Himalayan ranges The book is about how Indian army rule works how he t

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