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Let protiam begin with mentioned that I loved the book: Sep 26, Neha Protiam rated it did not like it. It is bound to be something good,” [16] Subsequently, in August, Protima Gauri set off on her pilgrimage to Kailash Mansarovar and it was there that she disappeared after the Malpa landslidenear Pithoragarh[17] in the Himalayasleaving behind her most lasting achievement — a flourishing dance village, Nrityagramwhere students continue to learn the classical dance styles of India.

She bared her soul naked in these writings. It takes a lot of guts to write beddi autobiography and even more to be brutally honest at it. Her father had to leave home, because of opposition to his marriage, [1] Thereafter, he started working in Delhi.

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She had lived her life in full public glare. The Girl Next Door October 2, at 4: More than her story what struck me the most is the fact that, in spite of being called unorthodox or unconventional, how like any other woman she was.

Just a huge complex hidden behind bravado. A typical north Indian family where the girls did what they were expected to and nothing more. Home About The List. Pages Home I am I liked this book just because this lady did something unconventional and would applaud her for that. Famous Classic Indian Books.


No wonder she rebelled and walked out at the first ttimepass. Protima Bedi was a free spirit While she was still wedded to him, she felt drawn to her German neighbor Kabir was always away; he was having a fling with another actress, Parveen Babi, at that time. Protima recounts with unflinching honesty the events that shaped her life: I know this piece is not ‘her’ review, its her book’s review. Protima was born in Delhi[5] the second of the four siblings, three daughters and a son.

But either the book is really bad, in which case no one protimz review it, or it’s good but not my cup of tea, in which case someone else should review it. It has not been held from —, due to the advent of the tsunami and a shortage of funds. You are hereyou have to pass time. But I guess, noone has a perfect childhood.

All her life she did one great thing, challenged the authority, and that is what I want to remember her for. I wish her daughter would release a new and updated edition of the book with better page quality, crisper sub-editing and more photographs If one manages to look beyond the sensational life the lady, Protima Bedi, chose to live, one will begin to grasp what a remarkably strong, courageous and indomitable woman she was.

But in regular moments it had other connotations. If juicy gossip is what you’re looking for, you could consider grabbing a copy of Timepass.

Timepass: The Memoirs Of Protima Bedi

A candid memoir by someone who dared. I feel liberated every time I read this book. The book is an enjoyable read for the most part though it drags in the middle where you just seem to be going through one affair after another, until it picks back up with her trying to set up Nrityagram.


And do what they want. It implies that we all are here in this world to do timepass in our own ways. But Protima forgot to imply the same thing on herself.

I truly love her dancing but Protima Bedi, as a person failed to strike the right chord with me. But yes, I truly appreciate her courage to come out in open and accept herself including all her mistakes.

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Bindu October 4, at 1: Timepass was lent to me by a friend. As you read her memoirs, however, you wonder whether it was her life that was removed from conventions or was it her brutal honesty that made her stand apart.

From inside the book. At age nine, she was sent to stay at her aunt’s, in a village in Karnal district for a while, where she studied in a local school. Wikimedia Commons has media related to Protima Bedi. They I refuse to judge her. Published first published January 1st View all 4 comments. Anonymous May 24, at 5: And after a few months, she walked out of her parents’ house to live with him.

There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Nrityagram, created as a model dance village, was constructed by master architect, Gerard da Cunha.