The Sari Shop

Asian Literature

Author: Rupa Bajwa

Young Ramchand rushes through the dusty streets of Amritsar, once again late for work. Chastised by his boss, he takes his place among the cottons and silks of the sari shop, selling yards of cloth to the wealthy and fashionable women of the town. Offered a glimpse of a more opulent world, Ranchand is seduced by the idea that he might somehow better himself. But making dre….Read More

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