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Book Review | 'Data Peer': Longing For A Long-Gone, Harmonious World

Book Review | 'Data Peer': Longing For A Long-Gone, Harmonious World

Hrishikesh Sulabh’s latest Hindi novel, Data Peer, set in a Patna locality called Peermuhani, brings alive a world where the spirit of coexistence binds the Hindus and the Muslims, the living and the dead.

18 June 2022
 Geetanjali Shree's 'Tomb of Sand' Becomes First Indian Language Book To Win International Booker Prize

 Geetanjali Shree's 'Tomb of Sand' Becomes First Indian Language Book To Win International Booker Prize

Reflecting upon becoming the first work of fiction in Hindi to make the Booker cut, the 64-year-old author said it feels good to be the means of that...

27 May 2022

Beyond The Borders: When A Hindi Novel Gets Shortlisted For Booker

A language that struggles to get recognition in its native land is now one step away from a major international award. Will it pave the way for more Hindi...

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