HIRANYA BORAH’S RANDOM THOUGHTS AND FACTS THROUGH A COLOURED PRISM is book on thoughts, not necessarily completely new nor will give any new philosophy towards life. Some fictional narrations, mixed with real experiences, are also covered in the book to see human relations from different angles of life. But most of these articles are prepared like new packaging by small grocers, from big packets bought from large farms/ whole sellers. Readers may not find anything new in it- it is packed with ‘everything is known to us’ syndrome. Stories and sub-stories are written as if these are told to a group of friends after third or fourth peg of whisky away from family members.
Some of the articles are fresh looks from author’s point of view. Every point of view made by the author in these articles may be debated. However, the stories in the name of Kanak are based on true encounters which are either faced by the Author himself or by a very closely related person, either, male or female. Names are changed; situations are deliberately away from reality to avoid un-necessary controversy. In many of the stories, name of the story teller is given and other characters are not given any name even.