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Letters to Gauri

 
M.V. Kamath (Author)
Synopsis

To write knowledgeably, intimately and effectively about things past is an art that is not easily achieved. A classic instance is the series of letters written by Jawaharlal Nehru, whiling away his time in prison, to his growing daughter Indira. Now Kamath has attempted to emulate Nehru - and with commendable success. Gauri could be any teenager studying in school anywhere in India and wishing to know what she is not taught by her textbooks. Here in these letters one finds wit, wisdom and very valuable information presented in an easily understandable form for those who want education, enlightenment and fun.

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About the author

M.V. Kamath

M.V. Kamath, also a verteran journalist and Khushwant Singh's successor as the editor of the erstwhile Ilustrated Weekly of India, is one of the few writers who has been able to take an objective stand on the army action in Punjab during Operation Bluestar.

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Bibliographic information

Title Letters to Gauri
Author M.V. Kamath
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.1996
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8186112340
length 260p.
Subjects Children