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The House of Twining Roses : Stories of the Mapped and the Unmapped

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Collection of short stories from India. The stories follow the simple lives of Indians in India as well as those of the diaspora communities. The stories are simple and about the everyday life and unremarkable events in the lives of these characters. The foreword is by Ashok Banker.
Published by LiFi Publications Pvt.. Ltd.
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Kulpreet Yadav
Jul 08, 2014 Kulpreet Yadav rated it really liked it
Though the choices life offers at different times trick us into believing that they will keep us from fraying, these choices are, in truth, designed fumbles. This is the profound reality that Nabina’s stories echo of.

And to prevent a fall, as we contemplate our choices, all of us, in the end, become stories. In these stories Nabina Das captures, with an engrossing narrative, the societal imbalances some of us might be opaque to.

‘Homecoming’, is a heartbreaking story of Pushpo, a widow, and a m
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