Time stops at Shamli and other stories

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Penguin Books, 1989 - Fiction - 180 pages
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Stories portray the people of the villages and small towns of India as they face the crises of everyday life

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This book is written for Shamli, Uttar Pradesh where he got his first love. This SHAMLI is that where I reside from.

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There is a tinge of nostalgia in these tales. Ruskin Bond is a writer of simple, beautiful stories shimmering with loss, nostalgia, lived experience, ghosts of the past, altered memories... and the ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction
9
Time Stops at Shamli
35
MostBeautiful
67
Copyright

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Ruskin Bond is a well-known writer of fact, fiction and raconteur par excellence.

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