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Legends and Family Folklore

Narayan, Kirin


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]

CollectionsANU Research Publications
Date published: 2007
Type: Journal article
Source: Indian Folklife


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