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Santa Rama Rau's prose is lovely, graceful, and moving. The book is a memoir of her return to India, at the age of 16, after living abroad for most of her life/5(6).
Santha Rama Rau, Indian author and journalist (born Jan. 24,Madras, British India [now Chennai, India]—died ApAmenia, N.Y.), was best known for her travel books, but all of her work was characterized by a strong autobiographical element and the examination of the tension between Western and Indian traditions.
Rama Rau’s father was an English-educated civil servant and. Santha Rama Rau (24 January – 21 April ) was an Indian American travel : Wikipedia. Santha Rama Rau is the author of Home to Ind /5. Santha Rama Rau also wrote an autobiography, Gifts of Passage (), several novels, and adapted the E.
Forster novel A Passage to India for Broadway and the London stage. Santha Rama Rau (24 January 21 April ) was an Indian American travel writer. Source: Wikipedia. Santha Rama Rau (24 January – 21 April ) was an Indian American travel writer/5. Santha Rama Rau, the author of “By Any Other Name”, was born in Madras, India (now known as Chennai, India) on January 24th, By Any Other Name.
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By Any Other Name Santha Rama Rau Rau, Santha Rama () Rau was born in Madras, India. Rau spent a childhood enriched by cultural diversity.
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Santha Rama Rau is a witty, engaging story-teller with an astute eye for personal foibles as well as state politics. Santha Rama Rau. book is one of the first popular books by an Indian woman writer in the U.S. Barby rated it it was amazing/5.
The Cooking of India (Foods of the World)by Santha Rama Rau An old book that is well worth searching for -- some wonderful recipes that I've never been able to find in other books. Added to that some beautiful background on Indian culture.
Read more. Helpful/5(11). Reviewing the book for the New York Times injournalist Santha Rama Rau described it as “a pioneer attempt” to persuade Americans that Indian food was “not the gummy, pasty mess known here as. The Kama Sutra of Vatsyayana: The Classic Hindu Treatise on Love and Social Conduct -- Translated By Sir Richard Burton -- with a Foreword By Santha Rama Rau and an Introduction By John W.
Spellman Vatsyayana; Burton, Sir Richard F. Published by E.P. Dutton and Company (). East of Home by Santha Rama RAU and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Find nearly any book by Santha Rama Rau. Get the best deal by comparing prices from overbooksellers.
Santha Rama Rau also wrote an autobiography, Gifts of Passage (), several novels, and adapted the E. Forster novel A Passage to India for Broadway and the London stage.4/5. "By Any Other Name" by Santha Rama Rau is a story of the difficulty of holding onto one's cultural identity when dropped into a different culture.
Santha and her sister Premila are placed in an Anglo-Indian day school and must face cultural diffusion. Santha Rama Rau also wrote an autobiography, Gifts of Passage (), several novels, and adapted the E. Forster novel A Passage to India for Broadway and the London stage.
Read more Read less Length: pagesCited by: 1. By Any Other Name. By Santha Rama Ra u. Ma Save this story for later. Save this story for later. The New Get book recommendations, fiction, poetry, and dispatches from the world. Santha Rama Rau, an Indian-born, Western-educated journalist whose work helped demystify the Indian subcontinent for American readers in.
The Cooking of India (Foods of the World) Santha Rama Rau. from: $ The title of Santha Rama Rau’s short story “By Any Other Name” refers to the character of Santha, who is a five and half-year-old Indian girl, which experiences discrimination for the first time while attending an Anglo-Indian school during the time period in which the British ruled mother had always home-schooled both her and her sister, her mother gets ill.
The cooking of India (Foods of the world) by Santha Rama Rau and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Rama Rau, Santha (—)Indian travel writer and novelist.
Name variations: Santha Rama Rau Wattles. Born Vasanthi Rama Rau on Januin Madras, India; daughter of Benegal Rama Rau (a diplomat) and Dhanvanthi (Handoo) Rama Rau (a social worker and women's rights advocate); educated at St. Paul's Girls' School in London; Wellesley College, B.A., ; married Faubion.
Santha Rama Rau was one of the best known South Asian writers in postwar America. Born into India’s elite inRama Rau has lived in the United States since the s. Although she is no longer well known, she was for several decades a popular expert on India.
Santha Rama Rau () was the first widely-read female South Asian writer in the United States. Born in Madras, India, into an elite Indian family — her father, a high-ranking civil servant, became ambassador to Japan and the United States, and her mother was a founder of International Planned Parenthood —, she grew up in India, Great Britain, and South Africa and made the unusual Pages: Get an answer for 'Please give a summary of the story 'By Any Other Name' by Santha Rama Rau.
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Her father, Sir Benegal Rama Rau, was a diplomat and, later, an Indian ambassador to Japan and the United States.
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When Santha Rama Rau burst onto the international literary scene in with her first book, Home to India, she was just twenty-two years old. Over half a dozen books and half a century later, she was anthologized in a Norton reader as a writer, a writing teacher, and the prototypical cosmopolitan of the twentieth century: "born in Madras Price: $ Santha Rama Rau () was the first widely-read female South Asian writer in the United States.
Born in Madras, India, into an elite Indian family — her father, a high-ranking civil servant, became ambassador to Japan and the United States, and her mother was a founder of International Planned Parenthood —, she grew up in India, Great Britain, and South Africa and made the unusual.
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Get this from a library. Home to India. [Santha Rama Rau] -- Account of the author's return to her native India at the age of 16, after 10 years' absence in England. Santha Rama Rau was one of the best known South Asian writers in postwar America.
Born into India's elite inRama Rau has lived in the United States since the s. Although she is no longer well known, she was for several decades a popular expert on India.
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