Katha Prize Stories
Meenakshi Sharma, Geeta Dharmarajan
Katha, 1997 - Fiction - 216 pages
As The Nation Celebrates Its Fiftieth Year Of Independence, Katha Prize Stories Presents A Stunning, Often Electrifying, Perspective On The Plurality Of Experiences That Is India.
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