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Dust, Dusk and Sesame Seeds - The Novel

Quote from the book

“Through love arises a sense of respect. And respect gives way to fear. But this fear is different from the fear we normally experience. Fear arising out of love is fear in its most divine form. If love brings people together, it’s fear that keeps them from falling apart. It is what makes them responsible to each other. In this sense, love and fear are but the same thing.”


Title: – dust, dusk & sesame seeds: Fiction

Author: – Siddhartha Choudhary

Format: -Paperback

ISBN: – 9789380154398

Publisher: – Leadstart Publishing

No. of Pages: 132 Pages

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Basera is a small village situated on the foothills of the Sahyadri ranges, and like any other village in India is awaiting transformation. Here you find interesting characters.

Babua is puzzled by the constant reverie he is into. He learns life’s lessons by arriving at his own conclusions. Kancha, his school friend, disapproves of the life in the village and finds happiness in a newfound path.

Saloni is determined to set the pace of Basera’s development. With this hope she tells a miraculous story to the children. A story that is designed to change lives forever.

Siddhartha Choudhary paints a pretty picture of life in Indian villages and addresses different social issues, namely how the evil of illiteracy haunts the rural society.

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