The true story of the rich man’s daughter who refused to bow down. Not to her family. Not to a violent man. All she demands is respect, sexual fulfilment, and the right to live life as she wants.
Provides a snapshot of India and Pakistan in the first decade of independence and rare insight into the beliefs and culture of an ancient religion. Experience also the teddy-boy world of 1950’s London, to which she became part.
‘I had everything. But having everything wasn’t enough. I had to throw it all away.’
First published (with photographs) under the title ‘ Memory of Beheram’.