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Apsagunya

Apsagunya: A Garhwali Story opposing Blind Faith of Ominous perception
(Chronological History and Review of Modern Garhwali Short Stories/Fiction Series)
(Review of Short Story Collection ‘Udrol’ (Stories written by Sandeep Rawat -4)
(Review of ‘’ a Garhwali Short story (Story written by Sandeep Rawat)
Review by: Bhishma Kukreti (Literature Historian)
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‘Apsagunya’ a Garhwali short story by Sandeep Rawat is an inspiring story opposing the people as perceiving a person ominous by birth. Moni’s mother died at her birth time and her father perceives her as ominous girl and remarries. Moni had two step brothers but they were unable to raise their old aging father but Moni raised him as good as son.
The narration is very simple and reader can read the story in one reading. The language is simple. There is twisting in the story but the twist does not surprise much.
Garhwali short Story – Apsagunya
By Sandeep Rawat
From ‘Udrol’ a Garhwali Short Stories Collection
Pub: Utkarsha Prakashan Meerut
Year – 2017
Copyright@ Bhishma Kukreti, 2019
Modern Garhwal Fiction /short stories from Uttarkashi Garhwal, South Asia; Modern Garhwal Fiction /short stories from Tehri Garhwal, South Asia; Modern Garhwal Fiction /short stories from Pauri Garhwal, South Asia; Modern Garhwal Fiction /short stories from Rudraprayag Garhwal, South Asia; Modern Garhwal Fiction /short stories from Dehradun

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