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Nirmalā by Premacanda


This is the story of the eponymous character Nirmala, a fifteen-year-old girl who is forced to marry a man almost her fathers age. One of the most popular novels of its time, Nirmala depicts the Indian society and the condition of women in it. 

Paris ka kubda by Hugo, Victor


He was the Quasimodo who rang the chapel bell. The ugly hunchback of Notre Dame. He was built so strangely that he was immediately elected the pope of the fools. This is his story.