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House of the Sun

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Forty years earlier, at the time of Partition, the residents of Sadhbela were Hindu refugees form Sind in newly created Pakistan. Now, these Sindhi exiles live as one family, fortunes drastically changed.
Paperback, 313 pages
Published February 1998 by South Asia Books (first published June 1989)
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May 15, 2013 Supriya rated it it was ok
Interesting setting (1970s Bombay) and the characters from Sindhi families portrayed here are believable and entertaining. A good read.
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Meira Chand is of Indian-Swiss parentage and was born and educated in London at Putney High School. She studied art at St. Martin’s School of Art and later specialised in textile design at Hammersmith Art School. In 1962 she left England to settle in Japan with her Indian husband. Although she spent several years in India in the early 1970s, she afterwards returned again to live in Japan. In 1997 ...more
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