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Hindi Stories for kids - Lassi ya Falooda? - Pratham Books

Releasing this story at the beginning of Greeshm Rutu !

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Original story Lassi, Ice-cream or Falooda? by Mala Kumar and Manisha Chaudhry. Translated into Hindi by Rajesh Khar. Illustrated by Priya Kuriyan.

Published by Pratham Books.
Narration: Asawari Doshi.

क्या आम पन्ना लस्सी से ज़्यादा मज़ेदार है? या फ़ालूदा इन दोनों से ज़्यादा मज़ेदार है? यह तय करने का अच्छा तरीका तो यही है कि इनको चखा जाए और मीनू ऐसा ही कर रही है। इतनी गर्मी में और किया भी क्या जा सकता है?

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