• History in the Mirror

    “Voices of children running to safety from a torrential rain, woke him up to a mandatory service he owes his nation. He would have been over the moon about it, but the posting.”

    Saando Tani’s fears of undertaking a service he owes his nation in a faraway village, soon makes him the subject of attraction in a tipsy love triangle involving; Mrs Tsorgali who thinks Saando’s arrival is the end of her ill relationships, and Sena, a maiden taken on by youthful exuberance. The question of whether he will be there when they need him the most, forms the themes of the story.

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