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|Title||:||Home On The Hill: A Bombay Girlhood|
|Format Type||:||Other Book|
|Number of Pages||:||133 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Home On The Hill: A Bombay Girlhood Reviews
From the tiny Parsi community of the City of Bombay, which has also produced the orchestra conductor Zubin Mehta, comes the eldest daughter of a prominent industrialist, W.D. Merchant. I had an amazingly good time reading about her childhood. She tells family anecdotes that truly reel in in the reader.Merchant's community included not just Parsis but Hindus and Muslims, and she talks here and there about how people lived together. The only hint of discord is between her parents. These two were CHARACTERS, and the book is worth reading just to learn their story. Apparently Merchant's father first saw her mother at a wedding and told someone next to him, "That's the girl I'm going to marry.""But that's the bride!" his companion objected.This father was very handsome and so gifted vocally that an Indian film producer who heard him sing tried to offer him a contract via the servant working in their garden. The good servant retorted, "My master sings wonderfully but can swear even better. Besides, he is rich enough to buy several producers like you."What the same father does when Merchant's mother tosses an emerald ring into the sea will keep you reading. As will every other anecdote!
Whabiz D. Merchant, AM'76AuthorFrom our pages (Apr/92): "This anthropological autobiography describes the author's early years in Bombay and the trials and tribulations of her family's struggle to stay together."