Climbing the Mango Trees: A Memoir of a Childhood in India

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Author: Madhur Jaffrey

‘I was born in a sprawling house by the Yamuna River in Delhi. When I was a few minutes old, Grandmother welcomed me into the world by writing “Om”, which means “I am” in Sanskrit, on my tongue with a little finger dipped in honey. When the family priest arrived to draw up my horoscope, he scribbled astrological symbols on a long scroll and set down a name for me, Indrani,….Read More

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