A collection of thirteen stories about life beyond cantonment limits. Tales that describe the pride, honour, self-respect, discipline and sense of duty of the men in uniform, and the anguish, frustration, and quiet resignation of their loved ones. Deeply felt, touchingly told, by someone who knows.
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