History is always vulnerably controversial a subject. You write any thing, there is difference of opinion howsoever honest you are on your expressions. Historians say some thing, the film makers add their own material to it to ensure success of their movie, story tellers have their own way of telling the things, novelists too adopt their own method of placing their theme to their readers, and so are bloggers also to derive necessary feed back from different sources available to them to write a post. My post Zaib-un-nissa’s love story* published on 13/8/2012 was on the basis of what I read during my school days followed by different books and magazines. All this taken in totality formed the theme of my story without adding any thing fictitious, excepting of course my own style of giving the narrative an expression in my usual manner. The story so narrated by me was read well throughout the world and there was a considerable response to it by way of emails and also comments. I received appreciation, I received positive criticism, and I received condemnations too. One of the viewers, a lady, cursed me like any thing as if I had committed some heinous crime by giving my expressions to the story. I could have dealt with such a comment as ‘spam’ which I didn’t do willingly, as I am myself an advocate of criticism, I mean healthy criticism. I have rather said ‘sorry’ to her if she felt offended by my narrative asking her in the meantime to let me know the reasons and grounds for it enabling me to correct myself in the theme areas where I might have been wrong. This has elicited no reply as yet. If there is really any sound ground in her reply, I am open to any correction that is logically warranted, and this I shall certainly share with all my readers and viewers.
* This is the link to my post in question.