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Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Want mourar Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Zahr se battra pour retrouver ses racines.

Paperbackpages. Published May 1st by Livre de Poche first published January 1st To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Le Jardin de Badalpourplease sign up. See 1 question about Le Jardin de Badalpour…. Lists with This Book. Dirljiva prica o mladoj Zahr Kenize koja cjeli mouead pokusava da nadje svoje ime,porodicu, domovinu,vjeru, Ubrzo badaplur i tek se poslije 20 godina ponovo vraca, otac joj tada zavjestava maleni vrt,kao uspomenu na njenu majku, vrt u kojemu zajedno sade mlado drvece manga.

Po smrti oca, osporava joj se pravo baadlpur nasledje cinjenicom da je zena, t Dirljiva prica o mladoj Zahr Kenize koja cjeli zivot pokusava da nadje svoje ime,porodicu, domovinu,vjeru, Po smrti oca, osporava joj se pravo na nasledje cinjenicom da je zena, te slijedi njena borba za dio neba usred Indije Knjiga je nastavak Tragom izgubljene princeze i autobiografija je njihove autorice.

May 14, Moushine Zahr rated it it was amazing. The second novel is as good as the first one. While the first novel was about the biography of her grand-mother and her mother, this book is an autobiography. The novel is about an orphan girl who grows in a multitude of foster Swiss and French christians families while knowing that her mother, an Ottoman princess died, miurad her father, an Indian Rajadh is still alive.

It is only as an adult free from any authority that she finally meets some members of her mother’s family living in Paris and then meets her father in India and her Indian family. The novel depicts clearly the various problems an orphan child had to confront from being sent from one family to another and feeling abandonned each time by people the child came to consider its own family.


The novel gives also a detailed and realistic picture of India after Independance, after the partition with Pakistan, and after the end of the marajah rulings.

Through the description of her life through the various stages of life and of India through several decades, the author wrote, discussed, analyzed and debated about two continuous major themes important to all readers and very relevant in Today’s world: Two themes that seem simple to understand, but there are so many realities and complexities associated with them. To understand, let me numerate the various identities the leading character has: Muslim from her mother and father 4.

Born in France and lived in France 5. British citizen because England occupied India and father had British nationality at her birth 6. Raised early by a Swiss family 7. Raised later in a Christian girl couvent and families 8 Maybe American because her mom lied to her father and said she had an affair with an American 9.

Asked once to become Pakistani citizen WOW. With so many different identities, one can go schizophrenic. During her childhood, she had no choice, but to accept the identity chosen for her. However, once a free adult, she went from one identity to the other until she was tired of having always to chose one identity against the other and realized that the best thing for her and mankind is the right not chose one identity in particular, but the right to chose all of them at once: This is a great novel to be read by all readers.

En fin, pudo haber pasado con tres estrellas si no fuera por el final. Living in India at the moment I found this book very interesting and made it obvious that India is not an easy country to understand or know But that the adventure of discovering its mystery is certainly worthwhile. Mar 05, Julia Carlton rated it it was amazing Recommended to Julia by: May 15, Patricia Ll.

Un Jardin En Badalpur : Kenize Mourad :

The continuation after ‘de parte de la princesa muerta’. This time, Kenize talks about herself, after the death of this mother.

Beautiful, but not so special. Nov 23, Joana rated it liked it. I guess it is a book only worth to read if you read the first one Jul 17, MJ rated it did not like it. I hated the main character, every decision she made was stupid, and the book is slow. It took me years to finish it. Probably it would have been wiser to abandon.


Sep 17, Nadia Montenegro rated it mourrad it. Excellent continuation for De part de la princess mort. Confirmado, las segundas partes no son buenas.

Aug 26, maddy rated it liked it.

Un jardín en Badalpur

Jan 30, Amelie rated it it was ok. Oct 22, Maria rated it liked it. I finished reading this book weeks ago and didn’t care about updating this I guess I was waiting for the intensity and the passion from “Regards From The Dead Princess”, but this was not the case.

At times I felt there was no cohesion. I had to push myself to finish the book. I had much trouble getting through this book.

It looked like it was a good read,the description on the back side of the cover was kneize bad. So, I thought I’d treat myself. I started once, but couldn’t get through. The second time I did, but not with pleasure. For me it was too chaotic, I didn’t recognize myself or any familiar circumstance in it.

Feb 24, Kawtar rated it really liked it. Really good book, very inspiring. It is a lovely story when West and East are all the time interacting. Oct 11, Rossana Baqueiro rated it did not like it. No one mouradd me this was a part 2. Is so boring, I fell sleep every time I start reading I’m still trying btw. After a few months i just give up. Sep 08, Alma Bytyqi rated kenizze it was ok.

Un Jardin En Badalpur

A must for readers of the first book, but otherwise waste of time. Le recit est rellement une recherche de soi-meme de la part de l’auteure, un exercice de psychanalyse pour se lenize. There are no discussion topics on this book yet.

Enelle publie la suite de son premier roman, Le Jardin de Badalpur. Trivia About Le Jardin de Bada No trivia or quizzes yet.

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