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by Sheila Dhar

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0195640543, Paperback)

In this fascinating memoir, Sheila Dhar gives an insider's view of the world of Indian musicians and the now all but vanished life style of the Mathur Kayasthas of Delhi in the forties and fifties. With her insight and unique narrative talent, she has created an unforgettable human document

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