Title The Last Orange: A Lost and Found Memior
Book Condition New
Jacket Condition New
Publisher New Delhi, India Gyan Books Pvt. Ltd. 2014
812121212X / 9788121212120
Seller ID 106295
This book contains a very compelling story of two siblings who were abandoned by their own mother and father as children in Guwahati, Assam. The kids end up on the streets of Kathmandu, Nepal at a very early age and they find themself having to work for living at age 4 and age 8. The story details very harsh living conditions and tough times growing on the streets of Kathmandu where these two siblings later also get separated from each other. The boy ends up in hospital from near death and then at children’s home where he is educated. Later ends up in USA finding him working for one of the top universities in USA. For 40 years this young man searched for his loving sister and failed but never gave up his search until 2011 he was reunited with his beloved sister in India and mother in Nepal while he was in USA. Three country live re-union took place at the studio and TV station (Newslive TV) Guwahati, Assam where the son was able to meet his long lost family. Brother is dedicating this book in honor of his elder sister Maya for 9 years of slavery she endured.Printed Pages: 144.
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