Anita Rau Badami
Publisher: Ballantine Books (March 2, 2004)
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starting to be up in India, Kamini frequently stumbled on herself suffering to be spotted: spotted through her loved, storytelling father, whose place as a railway officer took him clear of domestic for lengthy stretches of time; and spotted via her far away, distracted mom, Saroja, whose biting comments earned her the nickname Tamarind Woman—and whose widespread disappearances whereas her husband used to be away resulted in whispers of dalliances and affairs.Now Kamini is grown, residing in Canada in a type of self-imposed exile from her eccentric relatives and the entire turmoil they characterize. After her father’s demise, her mom embarks upon a solo trip throughout India via educate— simply because what's the use of an entire life railway cross if she doesn’t use it? The journey brings the prior speeding again for Saroja and Kamini—as either are pressured to confront their goals, disappointments, and long-guarded secrets and techniques.