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Hindi Stories for Kids -Sringeri Srinivas Learns to Laugh (Sringeri Srinivas ne hasna sikha) - Pratham Books

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Original story Sringeri Srinivas Learns to Laugh by Rohini Nilekani.
Translated into Hindi by Rajesh Khar.
Illustrated by Angie & Upesh.
Published By Pratham Books.
Narrated by Asawari Doshi.

Sringeri Srinivas was tearing his hair in anger in Annual Haircut Day. He came up with a great idea in Too Many Bananas. In Too Much Noise, he found peace. In this book, the crazy but lovable, long-haired farmer becomes very, very angry again.

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