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Shivani wrote in hindi and her novels and short stories were mostly based in Kumaoun region of North India, the region of mountain folks and deeply traditional societies. Shivani was considered as one of the most popular hindi story writers. Her real name was Gaura Pant and the name Shivani came in , when her short story Main Murga Hun I am a chicken was published in the Hindi weekly magazine Dharamyug. Shivani was one of my favourite authors. Growing up in a family where some well-known hindi writers were persons I knew as family friends, Shivani was the first author I had personally identified and liked during my early childhood. Her novel, Krishnakali , serialized in the weekly magazine Dharmyug, was awaited with anxiety and during the lunch break in the school.
Ahalya, the daughter of a Kumaooni businessman in Calcutta, begins to forget her mother who left her husband to live in a hermitage in the hilly Kumaoon region of Uttar Pradesh. Her father remarries, choosing a smart and well-educated Bengali woman, Mallika. Ahalya begins her education in a boarding school. She meets a man named Raju and falls for him, but he rejects her for a life as a soldier, he believes, has no place for any women. When Ahalya learns of his death in the Indo-China war, she breaks down. Soon, her father begins to try and convince her to marry a Government official, a highly egoistic and chauvinistic person. Three days before her marriage however, she learns that Raju is still alive.