By Shrikant Prasoon
50 Soul Stirring tales is a suite of pleasant tales designed to advance the brain, unfastened it from distortions and fasten with the internal spirit. The protagonists listed here are traditional humans faced with their very own delusions, weaknesses and unaccountable wishes. The tales evoke the dilemmas, ache and weird joys of formative years and maturity.
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50 Soul Stirring Stories by Shrikant Prasoon