I was born in Calcutta in October 1935 and grew up on the southern outskirts of the city, in one of the areas where the British lived. Our first address was number six, Regent’s Park, Tollygunge, but as the family grew—eventually I had five brothers and sisters—we moved to number seven in the …
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