Jyona Sach Baki Jhooth (‘Truthful Living All Else a Lie’) short stories are excellent examples of Haans’ distinct narration. The newness of the subject matter and the visionary quality of these short stories has attracted the attention of both readers and critics. In the story Jyona Sach Baki Jhooth, the writer shows that while everyone is immensely valuable the truth of every person’s life is uniquely different based on a person’s circumstances. In another story, Jindoo, a boy from a poor family, is seen by others to be mischievous and carefree while he struggles in his studies in a Government school. A thoughtful and caring teacher understands and recognizes Jindoo’s talent and intelligence. He creates opportunities for Jindoo to learn through role playing rather than traditional forms of education. Through such stories, Haans compels the readers to realize that nobody is void of talent and value. He questions the social inequalities, the rigidity of the system of education and pedagogy, and the inequalities between teachers and students in Government and private schools. Psychological and emotional tension is gripping in the characters of these stories such as in ‘Lutro’. At the end of the story, its central character tells her female employer, “Then I am helpless. Then I will have to take the day off even if you do not pay me for the whole month. I have to watch the fight.” Thus, the stories create a profound realization in the reader that difficulties and happiness have own place in everyone’s life.