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Tirchhi Rekhayen

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Hardcover, 116 pages
Published 2000 by Vani Prakashan
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Shelves: hindi, fiction, india, humor
Harishankar Parsai is a genius. The best part of his satire is that it's as relevant today as it was then, even though names have changed. As for the book, it's a little mixed up one and has more than just satire, some memoirs and autobiographical parts as well. This one is more like an assorted collection from Parsai, with a few of his best in it, too.
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Harishankar Parsai was one of the greatest hindi satire writer. Despite holding a MA degree in English, he never wrote in this language. Started his career as a teacher, he later quit it to become a full time writer and started a literature magazine "Vasudha"(it was later closed because of financial difficulties).

He was famous for his blunt and pinching style of writing which included allegorical
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