Masala Chay by Divya Prakash Dubey

Masala Chay by Divya Prakash Dubey

If you love to read books and especially short stories so I am going to tell you about Masala Chay by Divya Prakash Dubey and their sweet stories. The bestselling short stories book in Hindi.

Masala Chai by Divya Prakash Dubey
Masala Chai by Divya Prakash Dubey book review

  Masala Chay by Divya Prakash Dubey is a bestselling short stories book in Hindi. In this book, you find very beautiful short stories about life, relationship, friendship, and social issues. There are 11 stories in this book, here are all the names some titles sare un English and some in Hindi so here we go  

  • विद्या कसम
  • फालना
  • College of engineering
  • Bed Te
  • Keep Quiet
  • Love you forever
  • Fill in the blanks
  • हम दो हमारा एक
  • Time
  • केवल बालिगो के लिए
  • Ruby Spoken English Classes

 All the stories are relevant and describing the social issues around us like this will make you laugh, cry and every emotion within you and the most important thing is you the book is written in Hinglish. That’s why you can relate stories within you.

About Author- Divya Prakash Dubey


Divya Prakash Dubey

Divya Prakash Dubey is India’s first ‘Hinglish’ writers, An Engineer(COER Class of 2005)  and an MBA(SIBM, Pune Class of 2009) by education, a former-AGM, Marketing in a telecom company and now a content editor in leading TV Channel, the combination has been unseen in the world of writing on many levels. 
He has written four books have all been bestsellers –  in there two collections of short stories – “Terms and Conditions Apply” and “Masala Chai” and 2 Novels “Musafir Cafe” & “October Junction”, which has started changing the aspect of youth towards life. He also has few poems, short stories, and screenplays to his credit. He changes the very way we listen to and understand Hindi stories.
He is the first person to present a TedX talk in Hindi, and his TedX talks and various lectures at colleges and corporate events pull huge crowds who come eager to listen to their Author.

Why read:

Those who consider themselves young, who are interested in the stories of their world and who are not filled with an intellectual snub to dismiss everything, must read this book. Simple and funny book. If you are or were an engineering student, then you will like this book. If you want to smile remembering your introduction to sexuality in school days or are interested in the secret stories of youth like you, then read this book.

Why not read:

This is not a wonderful book in terms of traditional literature and perhaps the authors did not even want to make it so. This book can hurt a little bit like the ‘alleged defenders of culture’ and those who ignore social truths like an ostrich. So those people stay away. Those looking for ‘concern’ will see it in a sociological way, then in some stories, ultimately the ‘hypocrisy’ of the society is exposed.

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