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Sahitya Akademi award-winning short stories by one of the great masters of Hindi fiction. In a literary career spanning over forty years, Nirmal Verma is credited with inventing the Hindi language anew. It is fascinating to see how this delicately sensuous language handles the themes of alienation and exile on the one hand, and philosophical issues of renunciation and suicide on the other. PRINTED PAGES: 154.