Anu: The Nomad Years

Anu The Nomad Years When Anu married a Hindu of the highest caste she entered a world far removed from her Christian roots This the second part of Anu s biography covers her marriage years She followed her army husban

  • Title: Anu: The Nomad Years
  • Author: Shabnam Vasisht
  • ISBN: 9781907140242
  • Page: 297
  • Format: Paperback
  • When Anu married a Hindu of the highest caste, she entered a world far removed from her Christian roots This, the second part of Anu s biography, covers her marriage years She followed her army husband across the length and breadth of a newly independent India Anu s adventures took her from the bustling capital city of Delhi to the scorpion infested Ahmednagar from thWhen Anu married a Hindu of the highest caste, she entered a world far removed from her Christian roots This, the second part of Anu s biography, covers her marriage years She followed her army husband across the length and breadth of a newly independent India Anu s adventures took her from the bustling capital city of Delhi to the scorpion infested Ahmednagar from the mosquito ridden Patna to the lotus lakes of Kashmir and from the campsite of Udhampur to the hills of the Western Ghats Along the way, she bore three children and wrestled with a marriage that swung from one extreme to another Eventually, Anu made a decision that would dramatically change her life again But that s another story

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    1. The lovely young girl from Anu: the Raj years has grown up and in this book she marries a Hindu Army Officer although she is a Christian. Well educated and independent, Anu thought she would have her own household but instead had to move in with her husband's large family. As India had gained its independence the Army moved around from city to city and displaced people from the new Pakistan were homeless and seeking work. Anu and her young girls experienced life in several different areas and sa [...]

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