When Christine, a nomadic writer-journalist embarks on Delhi, a city of myriad religions she quickly discovers that the people’s one true God is the rupee. In this guide book on Delhi she ignores language and class barriers, explains how to tactically extricate oneself from bribery, police corruption and cannibalism. Discover how she escapes from Delhi through illegal border crossings in the bold-face of economic rape.
The book on Delhi poignantly cut wounds into the reader with tragedies in a climate where the author re-heals the agony with humor.
'The book on Delhi' is written by Christine Benjamin. A young woman born on the 290 square mile coastally influenced island in the Caribbean called Dominica. Through out her life, She travelled to other islands within ...
Genre: Nonfiction, Religion & Spirituality, Other Practices, Travel, Asia
Size: 104 pages
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