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HALF MOON - 16 - Last Part
by Pritpal Kaur
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HALF MOON CHAPTER - 16 Next few days passed like whirlwind. Mehar packed her bags. Sent Tarabai once again to her friend's house whose family was more than happy ...

HALF MOON - 15
by Pritpal Kaur
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HALF MOON CHAPTER - 15 Cremation took place the very next morning and bhog of paath after five days. On day of the bog all relatives, friends and community ...

HALF MOON - 14
by Pritpal Kaur
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HALF MOON CHAPTER - 14 That night when she reached Ganga Nagar, Janab Singh did not seem to be in the mood to talk about Rajinder or for that ...

HALF MOON - 13
by Pritpal Kaur
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HALF MOON CHAPTER - 13 She lay awake by her mother's side, though she was tired and sleepy. She kept thinking about all the years she had wanted to ...

HALF MOON - 12
by Pritpal Kaur
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HALF MOON CHAPTER - 12 The day she got ready to hit the road with vigor for a new lease of life. A friend of hers called to ask ...

What Of BMI
by JIRARA
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What of BMI      By JIRARA     © JIRARA, September 2020 Published by JIRARA, on matrubharti.com   All rights reserved. No parts of this publication may be reproduced, ...

HALF MOON - 11
by Pritpal Kaur
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HALF MOON CHAPTER - 11 They were heading towards Bikaner. Mehar waited for more confrontation. It was brewing up in the air. It was building within her and she ...

An Interference of them_.
by Ambaliya Anjali
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•       When the one person is very success in his or her life. There are so many persons who interfere in others life and give suggestion to ...

HALF MOON - 10
by Pritpal Kaur
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HALF MOON CHAPTER - 10 Mehar is on the sea beach sitting on a reclining chair, a large umbrella over her head, trying to save her from harsh sunlight. ...

HALF MOON - 9
by Pritpal Kaur
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HALF MOON CHAPTER - 9 Night was silently, obediently passing by her. Mehar watched it with eyes filled with tears of joy mixed with sorrow, heart sinking with every ...

Learn To Do Self-Analysis
by JIRARA
  • 387

Learn To Do Self-analysis      By JIRARA         © JIRARA, August 2020 Published by JIRARA On matrubharti.com     All rights reserved. No parts of ...

HALF MOON - 8
by Pritpal Kaur
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HALF MOON CHAPTER - 8 Emotions do make life beautiful to look at but when one has to live life on daily basis, one has to live on the ...

Quarantine
by Mahesh makvana
  • 378

Go straight to the bathroom and take a bath.  Nowhere to be found.  The wife gave instructions to the husband who returned from the office which started after unlocking.  ...

HALF MOON - 7
by Pritpal Kaur
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HALF MOON CHAPTER - 7 Life has its own way of unfolding and then taking you by surprise, sometimes pleasant and sometimes throwing in your way some not- that-easy ...

HALF MOON - 6
by Pritpal Kaur
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HALF MOON CHAPTER - 6 For the first time in their married life of six years she behaved like a typical wife. She wanted to know if all his ...

Where Do We Go?
by JIRARA
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Where Do We Go?   JIRARA   © JIRARA, August 2020 On Matrubharti.   Disclaimers: All the ones from my previous stories apply exactly here also. ***** Once we ...

A SAND HOUSE
by Goverdhan Yadav
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A SAND HOUSE Original Hindi: Goverdhan Yadav Translation: Dr. Gobardhan Sahu Soon after the rainfall ceased, children came out of their homes, gathered at a place and shouted merrily. ...

HALF MOON - 5
by Pritpal Kaur
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HALF MOON CHAPTER - 5 It was more than a week and there was no news from Mehar. Rajinder was not worried, he would seldom get worried but he ...

Business Web.com
by राजनारायण बोहरे
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Rajnarayan Bohare                                      Business Web.com Once I could not recognize him. Where is that ever -familiar household personality of Annapurna Bhabhi, and where is her very modern form today! From peak ...

HALF MOON - 4
by Pritpal Kaur
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HALF MOON CHAPTER - 4 Just after lunch around three in the afternoon when Surjit wanted to have her siesta in the comfort of a bed, Janab Singh insisted ...

Humanity
by Sunil Kapadia
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There was a small village called Radhe Nagar on the banks of the river Sabarmati. The villagers were exceedingly kind and honest people. There was always peace in the ...

HALF MOON - 3
by Pritpal Kaur
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HALF MOON CHAPTER - 3 After dropping the bomb shell Rajinder went inside to tend to his evening schedule – to have a bath, change into a kurta pajama ...

What do we do ?
by JIRARA
  • 531

What do we do ?   JIRARA   ©JIRARA, August, 2020. On MatruBharati.com   Disclaimers: Exactly as in my previous stories. They apply strictly here also.   What do ...

HALF MOON - 2
by Pritpal Kaur
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HALF MOON CHAPTER- 2 Sitting there on the steps of the cremation ground, Mehar was looking at the burning pyre and listening t o the Ragis sin ging Shabad, ...

HALF MOON - 1
by Pritpal Kaur
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HALF MOON This book is purely fictional in nature and all persons appearing in this work are fictitious. Any resemblance to any real person, living or dead, is entirely ...

NCC Cadets is real hero's in corona pandemic
by pankti solgama
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"NCC Cadets is real hero's in Corona pandemic "             The NCC is the largest uniformed youth organization its motto is "unity and Discipline". The ...

NOBODY LIGHTS A CANDLE - 46 - Last Part
by Anjali Deshpande
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NOBODY LIGHTS A CANDLE Anjali Deshpande 46 When they returned the trunk to Ramwati in Amirpur she said nothing, did not even refuse to take it like Rakhi had. ...

NOBODY LIGHTS A CANDLE - 45
by Anjali Deshpande
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NOBODY LIGHTS A CANDLE Anjali Deshpande 45 “Been a long time, ustad,” said Bharat when he saw him. “A lot happened behind your back.” Adhirath said, “let us take ...

NOBODY LIGHTS A CANDLE - 44
by Anjali Deshpande
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NOBODY LIGHTS A CANDLE Anjali Deshpande 44 Pushpa was sweeping the place early in the morning. She did it sometimes on holidays, swept every corner clean. Took down the ...

NOBODY LIGHTS A CANDLE - 43
by Anjali Deshpande
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NOBODY LIGHTS A CANDLE Anjali Deshpande 43 The DCP was watching him closely. His eyes, the eyes of the enquiry committee. His pupils narrowed a little. He saw in ...