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Book Title: Bend in the Sarayu: A Soota Chronicle
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Bend in the Sarayu-A Soota Chronicle is a quasi-fictional book that leads the reader in space-time travel through some of the arterial routes in the heart of India. Commencing from the Delhi-Indraprastha, through Lucknow-Lakshmanpur, the Ghagra-Sarayu trail, onto Oudh-Ayodhya, and finally to Neemsar-Naimisharanya, the reader travels through streams of experiences, steered by Soota, the teller of stories. Narrations from mythology, history and contemporary life crisscross in a lattice of earthy reality and mystic speculations. Informative and entertaining, it is a story of a storyteller seeking his roots.

Author Name: Kameshwar G.
Reference Number:5418
ISBN: 9788129109422 ? Rupa & Co
Number of Pages: 262
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by, on 7/6/2015 11:29:20 PM
A lovely book, worth possessing. You can read it again and again. The evocation of rural settings, of natural sights and sounds, the dip into ancient lore, all take you into a peaceful, lovely, soul-filling leisure.

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