AASHA

Aasha: Short Stories by Contemporary Indian Women Writers was published by The Nehru Centre, Indian High Commission, London, to mark the coming of the new millennium. The anthology could be of immense literary and sociological interest in the light of the mainstream prominence and critical praise generated by literature originating in the Indian subcontinent in recent times.

Vandana R. Singh’s English translation of prominent Hindi writer Alka Saraogi’s story Aak Egarasi appears in this anthology of twenty-three stories.

Published by The Nehru Centre, Indian High Commission, 2003

‘AAK EGARASI’ – By Alka Saraogi,, also published in Muse India, a literary e  – journal, May-June 2006 edition.

DISPENSABLE – By Mamta Kalia, published in Muse India, a literary e – journal, May-June 2006 edition.

BEAUTY PARLOUR – By Rekha,  published in Muse India, a literary e – journal, May-June 2006 edition.

Reference: http://www.museindia.com – Muse India – the literary journal

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