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Ruskins love for books and writing came early to him since his father had surrounded him with books and encouraged him to write little descriptions of nature and he took his son on hikes in the hills. After his high school education he spent four years in England. In London he started writing his first novel, The Room on the Roof, the semi-autobiographical story of the orphaned Anglo-Indian boy Rusty. Bond used the advance money from the book to pay the sea passage to Bombay.
He worked for some years as a journalist in Delhi and Dehradun. Since he has lived as a freelance writer in Mussoorie, a town in the Himalayan foothills.
These two novels were published in one volume by Penguin India in He won the Padma Shri in Ruskin commented "The India I Love, does not make the headlines, but I find it wherever I go - in field or forest, town or village, mountain or desert - and in the hearts and minds of people who have given me love and affection for the better part of my lifetime.
His first novel, The Room On the Roof, was written when he was 17 and published when he was It was partly based on his experiences at Dehra, in his small rented room on the roof, and his friends. He has also published two volumes of autobiography. Scenes from a Writer's Life describes his formative years growing up in Anglo-India; The Lamp is Lit is a collection of essays and episodes from his journal.
Bond said that while his autobiographical work, Rain in the Mountains, was about his years spent in Mussoorie, Scenes from a Writer's Life described his first 21 years. Scenes from a Writer's Life focuses on Bond's trip to England, his struggle to find a publisher for his first book The Room on the Roof and his yearning to come back to India, particularly to Doon.
Unhappy with his guardian, Rusty dares to move out into the unseen Indian territory. He meets Meena, his guardian's wife, who gives him a room of his own on the roof of their house.
The novel is funny, adventurous, sad and moving. It is a masterpiece. The story revolves around a little girl named Biniya and is set in Garhwal. She trades her leopard claw pendant to acquire a blue coloured umbrella.
The beautiful blue umbrella makes everybody jealous of her.
The umbrella becomes the central point of her life which she finally gives to a needy old man. The book is not only for children but for adults too. The genre of the book is both fiction and non-fiction and it is based on the Indian Rebellion of This novel too was adapted into a movie called Junoon by Shyam Benegal. The story comes into action when the protagonist Ruth Labadoor's father is killed in front of her eyes.
The mother of Ruth, Mariam Labadoor, takes her whole family of six to a safe place but is not able to escape the eyes of the cunning Javed Khan who proposes to marry Ruth, which Mariam opposes. The novel is a record of experiences of the revolt through the eyes of a little girl.
The book lets you escape the hard realities of life.