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Selected Stories From Gujarat

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ISBN : 9788172249557
Genre : Fiction
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If we are to have national integrity we must understand each other, and if people are to understand each other they must understand each other’s cultural background. One of the most important means of understanding is to know each other’s literature. Selected Stories from Gujarat presents to you a selection of Gujarati short stories, selected and translated by Sarla Jagmohan. Being the daughter of an eminent Gujarati writer, Sunder Betai, she naturally grew in the company of his writer friends.
Category: Fiction

The Penguin Book Of Modern Indian Short Stories

Author : Stephen Alter
ISBN : 9789351183334
Genre : Fiction
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Twenty classic short stories from master writers across the country This superb collection contains some of the best Indian short stories written in the last fifty years, both in English and in the regional languages. Some of these stories – ‘We Have Arrived in Amritsar’ by Bhisham Sahni, ‘Companions’ by Raja Rao, ‘The Sky and the Cat’ by U.R. Anantha Murthy, ‘A Devoted Son’ by Anita Desai – have been widely anthologized and are well known. Others, like Premendra Mitra’s ‘The Discovery of Telenapota’, Gangadhar Gadgil’s ‘The Dog that Ran in Circles’, Mowni’s ‘A Loss of Identity’, O.V. Vijayan’s ‘The Wart’ and Devanuru Mahadeva’s ‘Amasa’, are less familiar to readers but are nevertheless classics of the art of the short story. This new and revised edition includes three additional classics: R.K. Narayan’s ‘Another Community’, Avinash Dolas’s ‘The Victim’ and Ismat Chughtai’s ‘The Wedding Shroud’. The Penguin Book of Modern Indian Short Stories is a marvellous and entertaining introduction to the rich diversity of pleasures that the Indian short story–a form that has produced masters in over a dozen languages–can offer.
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All Free

Author : Mamata Pandya
ISBN : 8186838716
Genre : Children's audiobooks
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Bhikhubhai's mouth waters for some coconut ... fresh, juicy, grated, with a dash of sugar. But there aren't any in the house and he must go to the market for one. The problem is that he'd rather not pay for it.! This hilarious folktale from Gujarat follows miserly Bhikhubhai's desperate attempts to get himself a coconut - all free! Pictures in the book are based on the stylised painted paper scrolls used by Garoda storytellers in northern Gujarat.
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Translating India

Author : Rita Kothari
ISBN : 9781317642169
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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The cultural universe of urban, English-speaking middle class in India shows signs of growing inclusiveness as far as English is concerned. This phenomenon manifests itself in increasing forms of bilingualism (combination of English and one Indian language) in everyday forms of speech - advertisement jingles, bilingual movies, signboards, and of course conversations. It is also evident in the startling prominence of Indian Writing in English and somewhat less visibly, but steadily rising, activity of English translation from Indian languages. Since the eighties this has led to a frenetic activity around English translation in India's academic and literary circles. Kothari makes this very current phenomenon her chief concern in Translating India. The study covers aspects such as the production, reception and marketability of English translation. Through an unusually multi-disciplinary approach, this study situates English translation in India amidst local and global debates on translation, representation and authenticity. The case of Gujarati - a case study of a relatively marginalized language - is a unique addition that demonstrates the micro-issues involved in translation and the politics of language. Rita Kothari teaches English at St. Xavier's College, Ahmedabad (Gujarat), where she runs a translation research centre on behalf of Katha. She has published widely on literary sociology, postcolonialism and translation issues. Kothari is one of the leading translators from Gujarat. Her first book (a collaboration with Suguna Ramanathan) was on English translation of Gujarati poetry (Modern Gujarati Poetry: A Selection, Sahitya Akademi, New Delhi, 1998). Her English translation of the path-breaking Gujarati Dalit novel Angaliyat is in press (The Stepchild, Oxford University Press). She is currently working on an English translation of Gujarati short stories by women of Gujarat, a study of the nineteenth-century narratives of Gujarat, and is also engaged in a project on the Sindhi identity in India.
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Cultural News From India

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ISBN : UCAL:$B572434
Genre : India
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Includes bibliographies.
Category: India

Modern Goan Short Stories

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ISBN : UOM:39015030933082
Genre : Short stories, English
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Folk Tales Of Gujarat

Author : Alaka Shankar
ISBN : 8189750305
Genre : Gujaratis (Indic people)
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"This is a collection of 16 stories of sacrifice, valour, might, deceit and righteousness gives a panaromic view of the rich cultural heritage of the state, Gujarat" --Back cover.
Category: Gujaratis (Indic people)

Indian Books In Print

Author : Sher Singh
ISBN : UOM:39015063188851
Genre : English imprints
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