In Bitter Chocolate, Journalist And Best-Selling Author Pinki Virani Travels Across Accessible Yet Comprehensive, Bitter Chocolate Is Written For The Young. Book review of Bitter Chocolate: Child Sexual Abuse in India. Pinki Virani. Penguin Books, , pp., ISBN (pb). Many things are yet unknown to Indian child feels embarrased to tell her mom about all this what is happenning to r taught 2 trust only.

Author: Kagalar Tonris
Country: Finland
Language: English (Spanish)
Genre: Politics
Published (Last): 13 June 2006
Pages: 54
PDF File Size: 17.31 Mb
ePub File Size: 2.39 Mb
ISBN: 337-4-14600-936-1
Downloads: 83052
Price: Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]
Uploader: Dagore

Bitter Chocolate: Buy Bitter Chocolate by Pinki Virani at Low Price in India |

It provides condemning and shocking disclosures about men and women from middle and upper-class families who sexually abuse their children. My library Help Advanced Book Search. The author xhocolate done a great job, by writing a book about an i Just completed reading, and I’m shattered.

Himanshu Rai Certified Buyer 1 Dec, The Supreme Court made its decision on 7 March It provides damning disclosures about men, and some w A book that challenges our notions of family honour and morality. Reading it was hell.

Pinki Virani

It is a landmark book on this issue in India and has been instrumental in creating awareness on child sexual abuse, its prevention, intervention and rehabilitation of the victims. View all 3 comments.


It is time that such monsters are brought out and punished. Silence ,denial, and minimizing it ,make it happen again and again. Privacy Policy Please tell us how to improve this website! Bitter Chocolate – Pinki Virani.

Bitter Chocolate: Child Sexual Abuse In India

Jan 29, Hrishikesh Joshi rated it really liked it. The book also includes several case studies and practical solutions on how to counter sexual abuse. Further information on the Library’s opening hours is available at: BookOnline – Google Books. No eBook available Amazon. Child Sexual Abuse in India.

Bitter chocolate : child sexual abuse in India / Pinki Virani | National Library of Australia

So, though I hate this book, I love it also. She is married to Shankkar Aiyar, who is a journalist and the author of Accidental India. Also a recommendation to anyone brave enough to hold a mirror to our patriarchal, chauvinist, biased society. Retrieved 7 March Sep 04, Ash rated it really liked it. We all know it’s happening everywhere, everyday but still we live a life of denial. She attended school in Mumbai, Pune and Mussoorie.

Refresh and try again. Give full stars for bringing out the dark skeletons out of our sick society. I have recently bought this book and iam very satisfied. Details Collect From YY Thank you for sharing the requirements with us. He has vorani sexually abused.


Bullet For Bullet – Julio Rebeiro. If adult rapes can go unreported, child abuse stands no competition. Though the laws chpcolate now became more stringent and less ambiguous in nature, the book pointed out the prevention of the problem before cure and this is only possible wherein our families can Spine chilling accounts of child sexual abuse in India at every chapter.

They are a batch of wast bodies in our society. The author has done a great job, by writing a book about an issue like CSA,which is need of the hour. Trivia About Bitter Virrani Jan 27, Supriya rated it it was amazing. Going beyond blaming, Pinki Virani then proceeds with her insightful analysis of the issue in three notebooks. Lists with This Book.

The Truth that child abuses can be done by our own family and not necessarily by a third party. Use this book as an introduction on how to.

Oct 30,