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Surdas' Moment of Glory

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Author: T. K. Raghunathan

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This is a story based on Surdas, the blind poet. The story features his interaction with Lord Krishna and a diabolical plot hatched by Surdas to regain his vision so as to see the lord in person. Krishna's celebrated Consort also takes in a hand in the plot. The story is purely fiction. A very enjoyable and pleasant story that would leave every reader in a blissful state.

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