Tamarind Ache

Author: Srushti Dhoke
Editor: Rupa Publications
ISBN: 9789353332853
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They were ordinary people but their love was extraordinary. So much so that Shiva left Suchita when he felt he was not right for her. He went on to shoulder married life and parenthood with another woman, till the day everything changed. Under the most unexpected circumstances the two lovers meet again, after having lived for decades without each other.

Ghost In The Tamarind

Author: Subramanian Shankar
Editor: University of Hawaii Press
ISBN: 0824867254
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Who can you love? What do you owe to love and what to the world at large? Such are the questions that drive the story of Ramu, a Brahmin man, and Ponni, a woman of the Dalit “untouchable” caste. Set against the backdrop of twentieth-century South India, the novel takes readers from the 1890s village where Ramu’s grandmother grew up to the Emergency years of 1970s Madras. Against this sweeping canvas unfolds the drama of Ramu and Ponni’s forbidden love, inescapably intertwined with the great struggle against caste oppression. Caught up in the entanglements of love and politics, the couple risk everything to fight for a better society. Will they succeed? Steeped in history, this memorable inter-caste love story shows ordinary people moved to uncommon courage in their desire to make a difference in a ruthless world.

The Mermaid S Pendant

Author: LeAnn Neal Reilly
Editor: Zephon Books
ISBN: 0982687516
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Inspired by the beloved classic "The Little Mermaid," The Mermaid's Pendant is a modern fairy tale about growing up and discovering who you are—and what you believe in. At times lyrical, this novel is a fantastic journey filled with magic, myth, romance, and adventure. Four years after John Wilkerson claims the mermaid Tamarind for his wife, they have an idyllic marriage that depends on a talisman that she crafted on their island paradise. But Tamarind learns a painful truth: it takes more than legs to live on land and more than magic to sustain a bond. When the talisman breaks, she and John are forced to rely on themselves instead of magic. Three wise women play key roles in the young lovers’ journey to mature love. Ana, Tamarind’s aging mentor, casts spells and performs seductions to keep the lovers apart. Valerie, an expat jewelry maker cum fairy godmother, works her own magic to bring them together. Lucy, their widowed neighbor, grounds the couple in the realities of marriage, parenting, and family

Grounding Magic

Author: LeAnn Neal Reilly
Editor: Zephon Books
ISBN: 0982687575
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Four years after putting off her tail to marry a human, former mermaid Tamarind Wilkerson finds her life anything but a fairy tale. Her husband, John, works long hours at a startup where his former girlfriend Zoë takes a job—and takes an interest in him. She’s pregnant and lonely, stuck caring for a two year old in a world very different from life underwater. Her only real friend is an elderly woman named Lucy, who has her own family dramas and unhealed wounds to deal with. On the island of Culebra, where Tamarind’s best friend Valerie still lives, lurks Ana, the witch who transformed her. Ana has plans for her young protégé, and she intends to bring her back any way she can. As Tamarind’s ordinary human life suffocates her, she begins to wonder "Is this what I gave my tail up for?" And Ana’s power begins to tempt her …. Grounding Magic was originally published as Volume Two in The Mermaid's Pendant, a novel that The Midwest Book Review describes as a "beautifully crafted fantasy that shows much symbolism and wisdom. The tale begins in An Ordinary Drowning: Book One of The Mermaid's Pendant.

Orchids And Tamarind

Author: Temi Cotek
Editor: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1984565192
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When love hits, you cannot help but to express it, you can always find the poems on orchids to fill lots of words in for you. When life hits and you seem lost or maybe found; you cannot help but to express your anger, pain, care, joy and all the emotions it brings, see what tamarind has to say about that. This book is a pack of romance, inspiration; encouraging poems, reminding us to live as though we own nothing in this world because we are yet travellers through time. The first book on Life vs Love contains seventy-five (75) poems and the author hopes the readers will enjoy each poem as they reflect life and love issues and happily share with their family and friends across the globe.

Turmeric And Tamarind

Author: Nalini Ramesh
Editor: Partridge Publishing Singapore
ISBN: 1543742203
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At the turn of the nineteenth century in British India, rural communities across the country found themselves at the crossroads. The only way to preserve some sense of their own identity was to merge their culture and language with those of their foreign rulers. It is against this backdrop that the events in Turmeric and Tamarind take place. It is the story of a highborn woman who yearns for love but is trapped within a loveless marriage. Abducted by a gypsy, she falls in love with him. Their affair has far-reaching consequences not just for them but also for those they hold most dear. On a different level, Turmeric and Tamarind is about social divisions of the time and about men and women who dared to transcend them. It is a tale of love, betrayal, and ultimately, redemption.

Tamarind Temple Lane

Author: Michael Smithies
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Tamarind Techniques For Fine Art Lithography

Author: Marjorie Devon
Editor: Harry N Abrams Incorporated
ISBN:
File Size: 72,51 MB
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Covering all aspects of fine art lithography, a detailed, lavishly illustrated introduction to this important graphic medium offers illustrated step-by-step instruction in all modern lithographic techniques, health and safety information, and advice on everything from setting up one's own workshop to how to create a successful edition.

Dr Chase S Third Last And Complete Receipt Book And Household Physician

Author: Alvin Wood Chase
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Truth

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Indian Literature

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File Size: 72,12 MB
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Tamarind Season

Author: Lorna Goodison
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File Size: 75,71 MB
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Dr Chase S Third Last And Complete Receipt Book And Household Physician Or Practical Knowledge For The People

Author: Alvin Wood Chase
Editor:
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File Size: 57,95 MB
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The Tamarind Tree

Author: Romen Basu
Editor: Calcutta : Writers Workshop ; [Thompson], Conn. : agents in U.S., Inter Culture Associates
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Tale Of A Tamarind Tree

Author: Cuntara Rāmacāmi
Editor: Penguin Group
ISBN:
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This Novel, One Of The Finest To Come Out Of Contemporary India, Tells The Memorable Tale Of The Tamarind Tree, Of The Lives Of Men And Women Who Sought Its Shelter And Of Their Greed, Goodness, Selfishness, Sacrifice, Love And Hatred.

A Dictionary Of The Malayalim And English

Author: E. Laseron
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Dr Chase S Home Advisor And Everyday Reference Book

Author: Alvin Wood Chase
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From Behind The Counter

Author: Easton Lee
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"Easton Lee was born to a Chinese father and a Jamaican mother of mixed racial heritage in the 1930s at Wait-abit, Trelawny, Jamaica. The family lived in several villages and towns as his parents 'moved shop' in search of a livelihood. Life was different then - no television, no telephones, inadequate road systems, no radio. The life of rural communities revolved and evolved around the church, the school and the village shop. The majority of these shops were owned and operated by Chinese families. Lee recalls that many evenings during his elementary schooldays were spent under the counter of his parents' shop so he could be near to his mother as she attended to customers and helped him with homework. Customers, unaware of his presence, often discussed the village happenings and their private business in the most intimate details, giving him insight and information not otherwise available. His mother who was born at the run of the century fed him with stories and legends she had gleaned from her older relatives. An avid reader and a great storyteller, she often entertained her children and their friends with fascinating tales she had read or had heard in her childhood. His attention later turned to his Chinese heritage with his father and other Chinese relatives providing the link to that source. He found to his amazement that those teachings were not all that different from those of other sources, and in some instances were identical. This lively interest in and knowledge of Jamaican folklore which began in his schooldays was broadened and enhanced when, in adulthood, he went to work with Jamaica Social Welfare Commission, now the Social Development Commission, in a job which took him to every corner of the country. "