Our lives turn upside down when disaster strikes—be it a natural
calamity like a tsunami, a cyclone or an earthquake, or a man made one like
a terrorist attack. What saves us in a disaster is our survival instinct and
our preparedness. This fact is beautifully demonstrated by the survivors in
this collection. They are all ordinary individuals who came out strongly in
the face of a calamity. Their tales may not be heroic yet they are heroes in
their own right. And what about the animals and birds? How do they survive
disastrous consequences? The story of the pain of a Monal bird
speaks volumes of the danger the humans, too, pose to nature.
The book bears a warning: should we learn a lesson or should we
allow nature to retaliate? The choice is ours.
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