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If anyone could transform laughter to light, she did, Inga Radiance upon radiance of laughter, chime upon bell chime of light sparkled and shone everywhere It was as if the sky showered tiny star grains that scattered, glinting, on the hay heap we were cocooned in they sparkled on the leaves of the jackfruit tree above and dusted my arms with gold Who could resist suchIf anyone could transform laughter to light, she did, Inga Radiance upon radiance of laughter, chime upon bell chime of light sparkled and shone everywhere It was as if the sky showered tiny star grains that scattered, glinting, on the hay heap we were cocooned in they sparkled on the leaves of the jackfruit tree above and dusted my arms with gold Who could resist such a dance of light I couldn t, I never could Almost never.Rapa is born into a Tamil Brahmin family, full of dark secrets She is brought up in Delhi where an English education introduces her to literature that is both fascinating and foreign Her summer holidays are spent in the confines of the family home in Kerala, where she has for companion her cousin Inga But as the two girls grow up, their lives change through a tortuous, pain filled process.Forty years after her death, Rapa s husband has her notes published, the story of her struggles against her family, her marriage and her final encounter with Inga.A tragic tale of yearning and hope, of derision and rage, of miracles and dreams, of commitment and utter rejection.
POILE SENGUPTAI am a novelist, poet, playwright and short fiction writer, for both children and adults.I began writing for children when I was in college In 1968, I began A Letter to You , a humour column for the children s magazine, Children s World, which ran for nearly three decades I have regularly written for the children s magazine Target and columns for children in Deccan Herald, Bangalore, The Times of India, Bangalore, and Midday, Mumbai My recent fiction for children includes Role Call and Role Call Again, 2003, by Rupa and Co Vikram and Vetal, 2005, and Vikramaditya s Throne, 2007, from Puffin My stories have also been included in several anthologies, among them the iconic The Puffin Treasury of Modern Indian Stories Role Call has been translated and published in Bhasa Indonesia and Vikram and Vetal in French.I also have a book of six plays published by Routledge Women Centre Stage, 2010 My first play Mangalam won a special award at The Hindu Madras Players playscripts competition in 1993 Keats was a Tuber was shortlisted and received a special mention at the 1996 British Council International New Playwriting Competition Samara s Song was one of three plays in the final shortlist of The Hindu Metroplus Playscripts Competition, 2008 In 1999 2000, I received a Senior Fellowship for Literature of the Department of Culture, Government of India, to write plays for children A set of seven one Act plays for children Good Heavens was published by Puffin in 2006 My short story Ammulu was shortlisted for the 2012 Commonwealth short story prize.My first novel for adults Inga was published in October 2014 and has received critical acclaim The DNA Mumbai called it Booker worthy I have been on the Governing Body of the National School of Drama, India, and several times on the jury of the Trinity College international playwriting competition for children I have acted in several plays and in the award winning films The Outhouse and Shaitan.
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