An Indian Attachment is part travel book, part love story. Because of Sarah Lloyd's relationship with a placid, beautiful, opium-addicted Sikh, she spent two years in rural India, first in a remote mud-built Punjabi village, and then in the impoverished community of a dubious holy-man. Here she lived in a minute brick hut with living expenses of only fifty pence a day. No other outsider has been able to write so convincingly about the plight of Indian villagers. "This is by no means a typical travelers' narrative... she saw life in India as it really is, far from the relative luxury experienced by tourists." Book News Inc.
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