Death separates Dulari from her beloved twin sister, Ujjwala. Forlorn, her spirit remains on Earth as a powerless but constant companion to Ujjwala. A Home for Urvashi depicts the bond of sisterhood that goes beyond life and death.
The apsara Urvashi had the power to control other beings. Dulari, as a human, has the same power and she does not want to leave her sister Ujjwala. Instead, she wants to be reborn as Ujjwala’s daughter. But things take a different turn and Dulari would have to make a choice. Will she be able to carry on the sisterhood? Read A Home For Urvashi to know what happens to the sisters.
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About the author:
An electrical engineer from Jadavpur University, Sanchali Bhattacharya is a director in her own engineering and manufacturing company. Sanchali’s short stories have featured in The Statesman. She is married and has a son. She lives in Kolkata.
Author(s): Sanchali Bhattacharya
Publisher: Harper Collins
Release: October 2017
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