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South India: A Mosaic

Ameeta Nanji (Author) Shashi Tharoor (Foroward) Melba Levick (Photography)

A pictorial book about South India, about its devotion, architecture & design, the street, handwork, earth water, the people, and hotel resource guide.

South India is the repository of much that is valuable in India's heritage, but it is much less well-known. This book is an invaluable contribution to redressing this imbalance.

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About the author

Shashi Tharoor

Shashi Tharoor After taking his doctorate at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy in Boston, Shashi Tharoor worked for the United Nations in various humanitarian, peace-keeping and management roles for nearly thirty years. He was Under- Secretary-General for Communications and Public Information during the tenure of Kofi Annan and was the runner up in the election to replace him in 2006. He is an acclaimed novelist, author and newspaper columnist. He has 11 books and hundreds of articles to his name. His non-fiction titles include Nehru, the Invention of India (2003) and India: from Midnight to the Millennium (1997). His novels include The Great Indian Novel (1989) and Riot (2001). He has an encyclopaedic knowledge of Indian cricket, which he has followed avidly from afar, and has played in such cricketing hotbeds as Singapore and Geneva.

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Bibliographic information

Title South India: A Mosaic
Format Softcover
Date published: 09.11.2011
Edition 1st ed.
Publisher Roli Books
Language: English
isbn 9788174367563
length 175p., Chiefly Col. Illustrations; 24cm.