PART 1-: THE LEOPARD It was an autumn night. The inert street lamps of siqandar city stood like silent spectators of imminent doom. The wind was blowing carrying unknown melancholia, probably singing a hymn of death. Everything was silent, enmeshed in the never-ending loop of inexplicable sadness. Houses, which stood like soapboxes always led to …

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Books I’ve read in January-: 1. Chomana Dudi ( A well known classic work in Kannada, portraying the life of a poor peasant in an obscure Indian Village by the legendary K.Shivaram Karanth) 2.Balzac and the little Chinese seamstress- Dai sijie 3. The Woman of Rome- Alberto Moravia 4.The Age of reason- Jean Paul Sartre …

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