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Indian Short Stories – A Window to Our Morale

Stories fascinate you! Do you remember your childhood stories of Cinderella, Snow-white, peter-pan, etc. we always wanted to listen to them again and again.

In my childhood, Indian fiction books and the stories inside it have fascinated me a lot like any other child.

“Panchatantra ki kahaniya”, “malgudi days”, along with mythological stories like Ramayana and Mahabharata, maybe because these stories used to teach us that good always win from bad along with this message that bad time never remains forever.

Whenever I get time, I seek for Indian Bestselling books, authors and bookstores. While searching for online bookstores I came across Captain Anara bookstore.

It was the name of the store that enticed me to peek through the site. Here is the official web link to this amazing bookstore:

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Some people read books to gather knowledge and some to for entertainment purpose and some for both knowledge and entertainment.

Book admirers and reads from all around the world have a great interest in Indian fiction books also because in these storybooks, all the elements that make a story fascinating are full-fledged available (Good bad, emotions, tears, happiness).

After having so much craze for online games and other crazy stuff on the internet, people still have an appetite for Indian short and will never end. There is no generation gap; people of all age groups love to read Indian fiction books.

May be because Indian authors know that Fiction has to be constructed carefully, without urgency, as stated by famous Indian author “Arundhati Roy”, you can read this post to find all the facts and figures associated to it.

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Reading Indian short stories online is an ideal thing for those who cannot get an elder in the family to narrate them about these stories.

The demands of present life make it so hard d to get the correct person who can take you through these but all thanks to the internet, you can learn more and more of the ancient Indian culture that is rich in ethical lessons.