The Book Is The Story Of A Young WomanęS Struggle To Lead Her Own Life. Her Story Is Told Against A Background Of The Conflict For Supremacy Between Hindu And Buddhist Ideologies In India In The 1St Century B.C. In That Era, After Alexander The GreatęS Invasion Of Northern India, There Was Widespread Mingling Of India And Greek Cultures. The Importance Of The Novel And Its Impact On Hindi Literature Was Widely Acknowledged, And Forcefully And Unequivocally Expressed, In The Course Of The Reassessment Of The AuthoręS Work During His Centenary Celebrations.
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The Palace of the Chief Justice
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