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    • Miles to Run Before I Sleep

    • How an Ordinary Woman Ran an Extraordinary Distance
    • By: Sumedha Mahajan
    • Narrated by: Sakuntala Ramanee
    • Length: 4 hrs and 39 mins
    • Unabridged
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    Miles to Run Before I Sleep is the true story of Sumedha Mahajan, a married working woman who undertook an extraordinary journey. At an age when most women worry about household finances and the responsibilities of starting a family, she wanted to break the mould and follow her dreams. Sumedha was born with asthma, and the hospital was her second home throughout her childhood. She started running to keep herself fit and to prevent asthma attacks, but it developed into a way of life.

    Regular price: $14.53

    • This Unquiet Land

    • Stories from India's Fault Lines
    • By: Barkha Dutt
    • Narrated by: Sakuntala Ramanee
    • Length: 13 hrs and 46 mins
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    India's fault lines run wide and deep. Some of them go back centuries; others are of comparatively recent origin. The myriad villains these fault lines have spawned include rapists, murderers, terrorists, prophets of religious hatred, corrupt politicians, upholders of abhorrent caste traditions, opponents of free speech and dissent, apologists for regressive cultural practices, and external adversaries who try to destabilize our borders.

    Regular price: $24.24

    • Katha

    • Tell a Story, Sell a Dream
    • By: Shoba Narayan
    • Narrated by: Sakuntala Ramanee
    • Length: 4 hrs
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    Katha: Tell a Story, Sell a Dream is about the art of storytelling in business. It tells you why stories are important, when you must tell a story and how to find and tell the most effective tales, whether you are communicating to stakeholders, business associates, employees or colleagues. Written in simple, lucid prose, Katha will demonstrate why the art of storytelling is perhaps the number-one skill and how the power of storytelling may well be the key to achieving your goals.

    Regular price: $14.53

    • A Clutch of Indian Masterpieces

    • Extraordinary Short Stories from the 19th Century to the Present
    • By: David Davidar - editor
    • Narrated by: Homer Todiwala, Sakuntala Ramanee
    • Length: 23 hrs and 21 mins
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    The 39 short stories in this book will blow you away. Starting with a ghost story by Rabindranath Tagore, Indias most famous writer, and ending with a fable by Kanishk Tharoor, a writer who has come of age in the 21st century, these literary masterpieces showcase the extraordinary range and diversity of our storytelling tradition.

    Regular price: $34.97

    • Lessons in Forgetting

    • By: Anita Nair
    • Narrated by: Sakuntala Ramanee
    • Length: 12 hrs and 8 mins
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    One day Meera's husband fails to come home after a party, and she becomes responsible not just for her children but for her mother and grandmother and the running of Lilac House, their rambling old family home in Bangalore. Enter professor J. A. Krishnamurthy, or Jak, a renowned cyclone studies expert on a very different trajectory in life. In a bedroom in his house lies his 19-year-old daughter Smriti, left comatose after a vicious attack on her while she was on holiday at a beachside town.

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    • After the Storm

    • By: Sangeeta Bhargava
    • Narrated by: Sakuntala Ramanee
    • Length: 8 hrs and 42 mins
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    Another sumptuous novel set in the heart and heat of colonial India, Bhargava 's heroine comes to a full knowledge of herself against the backdrop of India 's route to independence. It is 1941. Princess Malvika, or Mili, and her friend Vicky have gained entrance to one of the best schools in all of India. But the times are turbulent, and the girls will not escape the changes stemming from the independence movement growing in strength around the country.

    Regular price: $24.88