Legends and Family Folklore
Kamlabai Ramji rarely spoke in plain sentences. She usually issued decrees. White sari pulled over her grey hair, eyes widened dramatically behind her black framed-glasses, hands gesturing in grand sweeps, Kamlabai commanded supreme family authority. When instructing her city-born grandchildren, she spoke a nasal mixture of Hindi and Gujarati tinged with the accent of her birth near Kathiawar forests. Since her marriage to a much older widower in 1925, she had lived in Nasik,...[Show more]
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