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  • Sleeping on Jupiter | Anuradha Roy

    Sleeping on Jupiter

    • UNABRIDGED (7 hrs and 45 mins)
    • By Anuradha Roy
    • Narrated By Deepti Gupta
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    A train stops at a railway station. A young woman jumps off. She has wild hair, sloppy clothes, and a distracted air. She looks Indian, yet she is somehow not. The sudden violence of what happens next leaves the other passengers gasping. The train terminates at Jarmuli, a temple town by the sea. Here, among pilgrims, priests, and ashrams, three old women disembark only to encounter the girl once again. What is someone like her doing in this remote corner, which attracts only worshippers? Find out.

  • The Folded Earth | Anuradha Roy

    The Folded Earth

    • UNABRIDGED (9 hrs and 46 mins)
    • By Anuradha Roy
    • Narrated By Sneha Mathan
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    For Maya, a young widow trying to escape her complicated past, teaching school in a secluded mountain village offers a promise of peace. Here she feels close to the calm heart of the land, where lush foothills meet clear skies. In the evenings she teaches a peasant girl, Charu, to write so she can correspond with her lover in secret. As Maya finds out, however, no refuge is remote enough to keep out the modern world, or her own past.

  • Sleeping on Jupiter | Anuradha Roy

    Sleeping on Jupiter

    • UNABRIDGED (7 hrs and 28 mins)
    • By Anuradha Roy
    • Narrated By Bhavnisha Parmar
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    On a train bound for the seaside town of Jarmuli, known for its temples, three elderly women meet a young documentary filmmaker named Nomi, whose braided hair, tattoos, and foreign air set her apart. At a brief stop en route, the women witness a sudden assault on Nomi that leaves her stranded as the train pulls away. Later in Jarmuli, among pilgrims, priests, and ashrams, the women disembark only to find that Nomi has managed to arrive on her own. What is someone like her, clearly not a worshipper, doing in this remote place?

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