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Anuj Sabharwal

Born and brought up in Delhi, Anuj has studied English Literature, along with a software program from NIIT. He has worked with eFunds and FIS Global. He began his writing career in 2013 when he started writing columns for the online magazine The Indian Economist. After his debut novel November Rain in 2017 – which was an intense and emotional journey of a rape survivor Ashley Coleman – Anuj Sabharwal is back again. This time, he brings out the story of a seven-year-old boy Little Arnie who reaches teenage after braving all the struggles that life throws at him in his childhood. In Read More...

The chasteté Bride

Books by Anuj Sabharwal

Is it possible to have freedom and peace without profound regret? Probably yes! But, for Sunheri, it wasn’t. She was brought up with virtue, and being modest was expected of her by her orthodox family. She fell in love with Mudit but raised a family with Rohan. However, she held on to the secret from him that challenged her Chasteté. A secret that agonized Rohan. It’s a tale of their inner conflicts and psyche that challenges their peace and

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आदमखोर

Books by अनुज सभरवाल

भारतीय उपमहाद्वीप में रहने वाले और मुख्य रूप से जंगलों के निकट रहने वाली विभिन्न जन जातियों के लोगों का मानना है कि बाघ के पास अलौकिक शक्तियां होती हैंl बहुत से लोकगीत आदमखोर बाघ

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बेगम, संदेह और अन्य कहानियाँ

Books by अनुज सभरवाल

नवाब जानवरों के प्रति भी उतना ही क्रूर था जितना बेगम के प्रति। परन्तु कुछ मौकों पर नवाब एक भावुक प्रेमी की तरह व्यवहार करता था। वह बेगम को प्यार से छूता था और अपना मतलब साधता था। उ

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Gazala

Books by Anuj Sabharwal

Aditya Raj Khanna, a DU professor has been trapped in a loveless marriage for the past twenty years. His marriage with Mahima had an unknown future from the beginning. Aditya tried his best to sustain the ‘strained’ marriage for the sake of his daughter. Life is wonderful, and it takes you by surprise sometimes! Isn’t it? Life said to Aditya, ‘take it easy, I still have plans for you!’ Life smiles at him again. ‘Gazala&rsquo

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Revenge of a man-eater

Books by Anuj Sabharwal

The gunshots that wound a tiger seriously turn it into a ferocious man-eater. This vicious man-eater usually stalks lonely travelers on forest roads and prowled isolated Indian villages. The villagers cower inside their huts for days and wait for the righteous savior to end the terror. A few of the stories in this book are about such man-eating tigers. 

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Little Arnie

Books by Anuj Sabharwal

It is never too late to rediscover our childhood.

Life was not easy for Little Arnie in a rented one-room apartment in Delhi. He was only four when his parents separated for reasons unknown to him. While living with his father, Little Arnie grew up in the hands of friendly neighbors which partially filled his emotional vacuum.

Gentle, funny and amiable, Little Arnie braves many emotional struggles and grows into

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November Rain

Books by Anuj Sabharwal

Ashley Coleman, an Anglo-Indian girl lives in Delhi, where she works for an NGO. She dates her colleague, Sammy Butt, a young guy from Kashmir, and their love starts to blossom. But, on one thunderous November night, a stranger rapes her. The incident alters her life. Hatred, shame, and guilt overcome Ashley. Her heart wants vengeance.

However, God miraculously heals her. Unwillingly, Ashley gives birth to the child of her tormentor. She rediscovers her

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Zombies

By Anuj Sabharwal in General Literary | Reads: 103 | Likes: 0

Happy and painful events come down on all of us. Most often we are caught unawares. It all started on a fateful evening when the Indian Prime Minister Ms. Indira Gandhi was shot by her Sikh bodyguards. ‘The Zombie fever’ gripped Delhi for a few days. To turn into a zombie, one has to be   Read More...

Published on Aug 3,2020 10:22 AM

Cycle Chacha

By Anuj Sabharwal in General Literary | Reads: 164 | Likes: 0

Chandni Chowk had no parks, but plenty of bicycles. How does it matter if they were available on rent? ‘A bicycle for one-rupee endures a good deal!’ Arnie, a young lad of twelve smiled at the thought.   ‘Mom, would you lend me a rupee?’ asked Arnie. ‘Why do you ne  Read More...

Published on Aug 1,2020 11:24 AM

Oh Mother! Come back from moon!

By Anuj Sabharwal in General Literary | Reads: 133 | Likes: 0

It was getting dark as little Arnie walked a few steps to the secluded lane of his colony. His father did not return from work and there was no power at home. He was afraid to enter the house.  Arnie, a seven-year-old boy was afraid of the dark. Young boys are afraid of the dark and little Arni  Read More...

Published on Jul 31,2020 04:12 PM

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