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Talking Location With Author Nidhi Dalmia – Humayun’s Tomb, Delhi

Talking Location With Author Nidhi Dalmia – Humayun’s Tomb, Delhi 17th March 2017

#TalkingLocationWith… author Nidhi Dalmia – Humayun’s Tomb, Delhi. Humayun’s Tomb area in Delhi, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. There is always lots to see when you visit Delhi but for me, the site that you cannot miss is the...

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Poignant novel set in India -Talking Location with author Sharon Maas

Poignant novel set in India -Talking Location with author Sharon Maas 13th March 2017

The Lost Daughter of India by Sharon Maas, poignant novel set in India. The novel opens with three storylines. Caroline has come to India with an idealised view of the country; Kamal is the grandson of royalty it seems,...

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Romance novel set in Rajasthan of the 1930s (‘a beautifully rendered backdrop…’)

Romance novel set in Rajasthan of the 1930s (‘a beautifully rendered backdrop…’) 6th March 2017

Before the Rains by Dinah Jefferies, romance novel set in Rajasthan of the 1930s. Plus talking research with the author… I have always enjoyed this author’s books and this is no exception. I felt transported back to Rajasthan of the 1930s (Rajputana...

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Talking Location With author Neil Beardmore – South Goa

Talking Location With author Neil Beardmore – South Goa 5th March 2017

#TalkingLocationWith... author Neil Beardmore, South Goa To think Indian dance begins and ends with Bollywood would be a big mistake! The first image of an Indian Dancer of around thirteen was found at the Indus Valley Civilisation site of...

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A Long Way Home – memoir set in India and Australia

A Long Way Home – memoir set in India and Australia 26th February 2017

A Long Way Home by Saroo Brierley, memoir set in India and Australia. Two small children run through the main train station in Pushkar, bright red mud and sand caked into their hair. They pull at our trousers and...

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