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  • Paperback
  • 200
  • Indian Railway Stories
  • Ruskin Bond
  • English
  • 21 July 2019
  • 9780140240665

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review ✓ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ö Ruskin Bond Ruskin Bond Ö 4 Free download characters Indian Railway Stories Ilway station and its environs have fascinated writers from Jules Verne in the 1870s to recently Satyajit Ray RK Laxman and modern writers In this anthology one of India's best known writers makes a selection of greattest railw. Fantastic readI liked the stories in the After Independence section better With the exception of The luck of John FernandezFor me the best story was The Cherry Choo Choo closely followed by Balbir Arora Goes Metric The stories are not all about Railways Some are loosely connected to trains or stationsPersonally I found Rudyard Kipling stories the most difficultuninteresting and there are two of them The second one The Bold Prentice is the better oneWorth a read once

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review ✓ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ö Ruskin Bond Ruskin Bond Ö 4 Free download characters Indian Railway Stories Ay stories the subcontinent has produced Julese Verne Rudyard Kipling Flora Annie Steel Hon JW Best Jim Corbett Khushwant Singh Ruskin Bond Manoj Das Intizar Husain Satyajit Ray Bill Aitkin RK Laxman Victor Banerjee Manojit Mit. A nice collection of short stories by Indian foreign authors The book is divided into two halves stories before the independence and stories after the independence Each story somehow comes and links itself to this Lifeline of India The gr8 Indian Railways

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review ✓ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ö Ruskin Bond Ruskin Bond Ö 4 Free download characters Indian Railway Stories The stories in this collection capture the essence of the Indian Railways from the small town station at the time of the Raj to the present day big city station bursting at the seams The teening and varied life of the Indian Ra. Found it hard to relate to the pre independence stories partly because I am just not comfortable with the British style of writing but couldn t help but hug the book after almost every post independence story The book truly reunited me with my beloved Indian railway