People/Characters: Sakaria Prasad

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Anthem for Doomed Youth by Carola Dunn
Heirs of the Body by Carola Dunn
Die Laughing by Carola Dunn

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Character description

Sakaria Prasad is an upperclass Indian woman living in London.   Her husband is a high official at India House.   They have a daughter, Deva, who is the same age as Daisy's stepdaughter Belinda.   She has a driver, Kesin, and does not like to walk more than a very short distance, especially uphilll.  She informs Daisy and Melanie Germond that in India, women of her class do not walk, and certainly not as a diversion.   She has some problems with people thinking that she is a servant, or not wanting to socialize with her because she is Indian.  Sakaria loves to hear about Daisy's cases.


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