Ganesha has an elephant’s head, a pot belly and a rollicking sense of fun. Full of mischief, he fools around with gods and humans alike. He is also wise and shrewd, gentle and compassionate.
"A lovely collection of Lord Ganesha tales!"
A chronicle of the lives of five generations of women in the author's family, this fascinating story spans over a hundred years in its narrative sweep, from the late 19th century to the early years of the 21st. It mirrors and critiques the progress of a nation, its society and its women, seamlessly blending biography with social history. Sundar-ma, Bharati Ray s great-grandmother, was married into a conservative household at 12.
""Wonderful Book, Amazing Narrator""