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Category : Hindi Novel
Number of Pages : 212
Published In : 2010
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ISBN : 978-81-263-2017-2

History exists in Nirmal Verma's story or novel in the same way, just as in our lives---constantly present but invisible. Therefrom our sorrow and joy are fixed, likewise in his fiction-characters. The novel set in Czechoslovakia.

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Category : Hindi Novel
Number of Pages : 212
Published In : 2010
Available In : Hard Bound
ISBN : 978-81-263-2018-9

History exists in Nirmal Verma's story or novel in the same way, just as in our lives---constantly present but invisible. Therefrom our sorrow and joy are fixed, likewise in his fiction-characters. The novel set in Czechoslovakia.

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Category : Hindi Novel
Number of Pages : 232
Published In : 2009
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ISBN : 978-81-263-1818-6

'Lal Teen Ki Chhat' is a departure point of creative journey of Nirmal Verma in which he is focused on a particular time of age. The novel has the loneliness of the soul. This is the story of a girl named Kaya who strays in long, gloomy winter's holidays and remember her memories.

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Category : Hindi Novel
Number of Pages : 300
Published In : 2008
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ISBN : 978-81-263-1625-0

'Lal Teen Ki Chhat' is a departure point of creative journey of Nirmal Verma in which he is focused on a particular time of age. The novel has the loneliness of the soul. This is a story of a girl named Kaya who strays in long, gloomy winter's holidays and remember her memories.

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Category : Hindi Stories
Number of Pages : 248
Published In : 2008
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ISBN : 978-81-263-1582-6

There is no alternative of reading in Nirmal Verma's story; not 'hearing', not 'seeing', not 'touching'. They makes difficult conditions of reading in the same sense that we can not read it from either ways. We must concentrate on language because it is the real exponent of this story; that is the main character of this story.

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