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by Mark Tully

Author: Mark Tully
Subcategory: Writing Research & Publishing Guides
Language: English
Publisher: Penguin Books (July 1, 1997)
Pages: 256 pages
Category: Reference
Rating: 4.2
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Mark Tully, the former BBC bureau chief in Delhi, creates a colorful portrait of life in the state of Uttar Predesh, the "heart of India.

Mark Tully, the former BBC bureau chief in Delhi, creates a colorful portrait of life in the state of Uttar Predesh, the "heart of India. Listeners hear stories about the problems of village life, such as having a reputation for being a barren wife, arranging a revenge killing, coping with a lazy husband, new attitudes about marriage, and religious festivals. These stories describe in personal terms a people being pushed headlong into the modern world. These are Mark Tully's own stories, and he reads them with authority and compassion.

The Heart of India book. Imbued with his love for India, and informed by his experience of India (where he worked for the BBC for over 20 years), Mark Tully has woven together a series of stories set in Uttar Pradesh, which tell of very different lives.

бесплатно, без регистрации и без смс. Stories of depth and eloquence that take us to the very heart of the Indian experience For more than twenty years Mark Tully was the BBC Chief of Bureau in Delhi and his name and his voice became synonymous with. Stories of depth and eloquence that take us to the very heart of the Indian experience For more than twenty years Mark Tully was the BBC Chief of Bureau in Delhi and his name and his voice became synonymous with the country he had made his home. For years he sent back dispatches interpreting the subcontinent to the outside world, but the 'truth' of India is remarkably resistant to reportage. Imbued with his love for India and informed by his vast experience, Mark Tully has woven together a series of extraordinary stories. All the stories are set.

Tully's first book on India Amritsar: Mrs Gandhi's Last Battle (1985) was co-authored with his colleague in BBC Delhi, Satish Jacob; the book dealt with the . Tully's only work of fiction, The Heart of India, was published in 1995.

Tully's first book on India Amritsar: Mrs Gandhi's Last Battle (1985) was co-authored with his colleague in BBC Delhi, Satish Jacob; the book dealt with the events leading up to Operation Blue Star, Indian military action carried out between 1 and 8 June 1984 to remove militant religious leader Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale and his followers from the buildings of the. Harmandir Sahib (Golden Temple) complex in Amritsar, Punjab. In 2002 came India in Slow Motion, written in collaboration with Gillian Wright and published by Viking.

Imbued with his love for India, and informed by his experience of India (where he worked for the BBC for over 20 years), Mark Tully has woven together a series of stories set in Uttar Pradesh, which tell of very different lives. The Truth of India! By Thriftbooks. com User, January 12, 2009. Mark Tully, well-known for his genuine love and deep understanding of India's psyche, digs sensitively into the nuances of everyday life of India with his collection of nine remarkable stories, "The Heart of India".

Imbued With His Love For India And Informed By His Vast Experience, Mark Tully Has Woven Together A Series Of Extraordinary Stories.

Stories Of Depth And Eloquence That Take Us To The Very Heart Of The Indian Experience. For More Than Twenty Years Mark Tully Was The Bbc Chief Of Bureau In Delhi And His Name And His Voice Became Synonymous With The Country He Had Made His Home. All The Stories Are Set In Uttar Pradesh And Tell Of Very Different Lives. Of A Barren Wife Who Visits A Holy Man And Subsequently Conceives-But Is It A Miracle Or Something More Worldly?

Title: The Heart Of India. Item Condition: Used; Acceptable.

Title: The Heart Of India.

by Mark Tully (Author). Product Features: Binding: Paperback. Publication Year: 2000. Number of Pages: 256. ISBN: 9780140179651. Product Dimensions: 1. x . x 1. cm.

Sir Mark Tully was born in Calcutta, India in 1935. He was the Chief of Bureau, BBC, New Delhi for twenty-two years and is an acclaimed author and the regular presenter of the contemplative BBC Radio 4 programme Something Understood. He was awarded the Padma Bhushan in 2005, and was knighted in the New Year Honours list in 2002. In addition to his distinguished broadcasting career, he has written several books about India, including No Full Stops in India, India in Slow Motion (with his partner and colleague Gillian Wright), and The Heart of India. He lives in New Delhi.

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Imbued with his love for India, and informed by his experience of India (where he worked for the BBC for over 20 years), Mark Tully has woven together a series of stories set in Uttar Pradesh, which tell of very different lives.