“ I am overwhelmed to see your command over language & deep sensitivity...” 
- Dr. Dharmvir Bharti (Eminent Scholar)

“ It is one of the best short story I have read for a long time. I particularly appreciated the underplaying of emotions, the subtlety in depicting even an intense experience. The language is superb... ”
 - Bhanu Kale (Editor of Antarnadh who translated one of her short stories in Marathi - Gachi Varun) on her Short Stories. 25 July ' 96

“ Your short stories are memorable in my life. The terror depicted in the story dismays me and recalls me the trauma of partition. This insecurity has become a part of day-to-day life where the families have become ambiguous to their surroundings... ”
- Bhishm Sahani (Renowned Hindi writer) ..... writes about Griha Pravesh. 22 February ' 94

“ Story of cooling embers of emotion... ”
- Prakar (Magzine) ..... writes about Griha Pravesh.

“ I appreciate your writings, and expect much better literature from you in coming years... ”
- Kamleshwar (Renowned Writer and editor of Sarika) writes about her short stories. 14 June ' 74

“ Your writings are worthy to be praised and it'll be our pleasure to publish them in our magazine... ”
- Kathan (Hindi Magazine of Literature & Culture) on her writings. 12 April ' 99

“ The book is really a gem of its type. It seems as if your writings act as a lighthouse for the reader, guiding him to know, to understand the essence of life. Life being full of pain, hardship, sorrow but still on the other hand, always has something to rejoice for...” 
- Naseera Sharma (Writer, Scholar & Iran Expert) on Yamini Katha. 27 Jan ' 94

“ A Lady treading ahead on hot sand...” 
- Kathanak(Magzine) on Yamini Katha.

“ A tragic story of a broken women...”
- Sunita Agarwal(Writer) on Yamini Katha.

“ Inspite of the fact that she has spend most of her life behind four walls, still she has delivered a lot to Hindi literature. Her origin dates back to the eighties, has become a well-known name of the nineties...”
- Dharmyug(A Hindi magazine). 15 April ' 91

“ Waltzing tales in window dresser...”
- Afternoon (Newspaper) on Thali Bhar Chand.

“ I couldn't sleep whole night after reading your novel and kept thinking about Shiva (Heroine of novel Mere Sandhi Patra)...”
 - Mrs.Anand Shukla (Fan of Dr.Suryabala) on Mere Sandhi Patra.

“ I cried bitterly after reading your short story Aakhri Vida...”
- Dr.Pushpa Bharti

“ Her stories are embellished with wonderment - Suryabala ki kahaniyon mein ek anuthi sadgi aur mithas milti hain - Satire, Pathos, Contradiction & light humour are the main factors of her stories & novels ...” 
- Dr.Chandrakant Bandiwadekar (Eminent Critic of Marathi & Hindi Literature)

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