Unheard, Unseen, Untold Tales: Short Stories from Uncommon Lives of Common People

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A collection of short stories that make us see and listen to people around us; their struggles, their lows, but essentially their triumphs.

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ISBN 13 978-1942426950
Book Language English
Binding Paperback
Total Pages 164
Authors Gayatri Prabha Karan  
Publishers Rati : An Imprint Of Garuda Prakashan  
Category New Release Books   Fiction   Rati Books   Short stories  
Weight 250.00 g
Dimension 13.00 x 20.00 x 2.00

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“Ganwar” Mitali Didi had given it up all for her brother Chirag, an hotshot businessmen settled in the US. She was redeemed when Chirag told her children about the importance of her sacrifice.

 

Apurva and Rakesh were probably the most boring couple of earth. Till one day, they managed to find a way to rekindle their love.

 

The senior-most Kirloskar had everything going for him—financially well-off, children too doing well. But he also knew something was wrong in the children showing so much affection towards him. What did he do that gave them such a shock?

 

Neeru longed for a family that she could not find in her clinic as a dentist in Mumbai. What made her finally take a decision that she would set it up in her hometown, Jaunpur?

 

In “Unheard, Unseen, Untold Tales: Short Stories from Uncommon Lives of Common People”, author Gayatri Prabha Karan takes you closer to the people whom we know exist, but we do not see them. They are not to the top dogs; but are resilient—and, yes, there comes a time in their lives, when they dig their heels and push back negativity. These stories depict those triumphs.

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Jyoti Prakash

This collection of short stories is something which every common man can relate to, often their struggles and zeal to survival are not discussed. We are busy glorifying the idols who are unknown to us personally and forget to cherish the success of our closer ones. The author who also happens to be my elder sister has touched on this unique human trait and has given us chance to celebrate the success of our own people. The essence of this initiative by her in my opinion is “It’s easy to miss something you are not looking for”. We need to open our eyes and see the world once again & we’ll find there are many idols just next to us.
Review by - Prakash Karan, January 05, 2022

Mr.

nice story
Review by - Ajeet, January 06, 2022
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