Darjeeling - Bharti Kirchner Reviews
Description:ISBN 0312316062 / Paperback: 320 pages / Publisher: Saint Martin's Griffin / Reprint: 18 Sep 2003
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by - written on 14/03/13 (Very useful, 51 readings)
~Tea and Strife~ Sisters Aloka and Sujarta Gupta grew up comfortably in Darjeeling in the Indian Himalayas. As the daughters of a family who own a tea plantation, they have a privileged but not a wealthy life. Growing and working tea is a hard living, subject to competition from cheaper teas from other countries and of course from coffee. Elder sister Aloka is the beautiful and artistically accomplished sister, destined to one day inherit the tea plantation whilst Sujarta is younger, rather plain but has a passion for tea that her elder sister lacks. When Aloka becomes engaged to the plantation manager, Pranab, the family expect the two of them to continue the ... Read the complete review
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