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K.Mathur


Title and Organization: Author
Gender and Age: Female, 44
Location: Auckland, Auckland
Country of Residence: New Zealand New Zealand
Languages: English
Website: Website Amazon: http://tiny.cc/owi98 Website: http://www.nevermindyaar.com
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I’ve always enjoyed my city except when violence has erupted between communities
- K.Mathur

Born and brought up in Mumbai, K. Mathur, writes at the heart of one of India‘s most press-ing problems—violence between communities. Showcasing her unique perspective into her city‘s psyche she says, ―On the whole people seem to get along fine. We are proud of our own community but accept that others are proud of theirs. The food we eat, the clothes we wear and the languages and myriad dialects we converse in are diverse and most of us say vive la difference. But there‘s a handful in every community who are extremely suspicious of those differences. Why is secularism or a different way of doing things such a threat to these people? Having finally understood why has given me the tools to answer this very disturbing question in Never Mind Yaar.
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