Geetanjali Shree is the winner of the International Booker Prize for 2022 for the English translation of her novel Ret Samadhi, titled Tomb of Sand. The novel has also been translated into French and was shortlisted for the Emile Guimet Prize.
Geetanjali Shree’s other novels include Mai, Khali Jagah, Hamaara Shahar Us Baras, and Tirohit, all of which have been translated into English, and some into European languages as well. She has also published five collections of widely translated short stories. She writes scripts for theatre as well. Her non-fiction writing is in both English and Hindi.
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