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An Indian Attachment Well, I guess I had higher hopes for this book It tells the true story of a love affair between a young British woman and Jungli, an impoverished, opium addicted Sikh temple servant I give her credit that she was able to live 2 years in a remote mud hut and then afterwards in a rat and snake infested community which grew up around a holy man I wonder if she did it to satisfy herself as in the end she leaves India and Jungli A 3.5 for me. Read about 20 years ago, I can remember I somehow enjoyed it for this female report of a remote at least for me culture part of the world she took a place in herself Three stars for that Today I would not buy or recommend it to anyone. There are things I like about this book the peek into the lives of rural people in India in particular the Sikhs , their rules, behaviors, living standards Then there are things that I really didn t like First of all, the way the book is written is painfully boring It lists item after item after item But the one thing I really disliked is that the author, Sarah, completely, selfishly takes advantage of this Sikh man, Jungli, who is in love with her She disrespects both him and his culture There are things I like about this book the peek into the lives of rural people in India in particular the Sikhs , their rules, behaviors, living standards Then there are things that I really didn t like First of all, the way the book is written is painfully boring It lists item after item after item But the one thing I really disliked is that the author, Sarah, completely, selfishly takes advantage of this Sikh man, Jungli, who is in love with her She disrespects both him and his culture when goes to live with him in his village, ignoring all the cultural norms of his people And the reason she does this, is to gather information for this book 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 onlypence a day This book is part travel book, part love story


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