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Geetanjali Shree: Award winning Indian writer
Geetanjali Shree गीतांजलि श्री is a Hindi novelist and short-story writer based in New Delhi, India. She is the author of several short stories and five novels. Her 2000 novel Mai was shortlisted for the Crossword Book Award in 2001. and was translated into English by Nita Kumar which was re-published by Niyogi Books in 2017. In 2022, her novel Ret Samadhi (2018), translated into English as Tomb of Sand by Daisy Rockwell, won the International Booker Prize. She has also written a critical work on Premchand.

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Author Geetanjali Shree’s 'Tomb of Sand', translated from Hindi, wins Booker Prize | Oneindia News [Video]

Author Geetanjali Shree’s 'Tomb of Sand', translated from Hindi, wins Booker Prize | Oneindia News

Delhi-based author Geetanjali Shree and American translator Daisy Rockwell won the International Booker Prize for their novel ‘Tomb of Sand’. #TombOfSand #GeetanjaliShree..

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