Eminent Assamese writer Dr.Indira Goswami's short novel is the Hindi translation of 'Ahiran'. This novel is based on the Dam construction in Chattisgarh which was build over Ahiran river. This story also depicts the lives of labours and engineers.
In Indian literature, leading novelist, Oriya writer Gopinath Mohanti's 'Parja' is a quite unique story which comes human compassion, pain, rise-fall and values. Mohanti's vision is not only limited to the human spirit, but he is sensitive to nature's particles also.
Bheeshmaa i.e. Amba is the strong character of Mahabharata who continuously fought for the injustice suffered by her. This seventeen-year-old teenager didn't chose an ordinary person as her rival but challenged the giant, invincible warrior and great administrator Bhishma. Amba fought with Bhishma till three births and finally ended this war when she entered the Mahabharata-battleground as Shikhandi.
'Vikramadityakatha' is the poetic work of Sanskrit prose writer Dandee. This effective structure somehow reached the hands of Dr. Tripathi who not only protected creation but also enhanced it into an efficient story. This work has revealed the new landscape of that era and fills the reader's heart with a unique beauty.
the author tried to identify the social relegional implementations through this novel, which arises due to the organised form of religion.