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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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