KALAM with Neelima Dalmia Adhar

05:00 PM

The House of MG, Bhadra Road, Opp. Sidi Saiyad Jali Lal Darwaja, Ahmedabad, Gujarat 380001

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2017-12-12 17:00:00 2017-12-12 05:30:00 Asia/Kolkata KALAM with Neelima Dalmia Adhar

‘Neelima Dalmia Adhar grew up in an atypical Marwari home with six
siblings, three older and three younger, in New Delhi. She completed
her Senior Cambridge from The Convent of Jesus and Mary, before
attaining her Bachelor’s degree in Home Science from Lady Irwin
College; and a Master’s in Psychology from the Delhi University with a
specialization in Personality. She taught Psychology for a short while
at the same university to undergraduate students. Her writings have
earned for her the tag of agent provocateur and perhaps, one of
India’s most fearless authors. When she wrote her first book, Father
Dearest: The Life and Times of R. K. Dalmia in 2003, it scaled the
bestseller list and she was labelled a daredevil ‘family chronicler’
who had exposed some fiercely guarded secrets. The Secret Diary of
Kasturba is her third book that promises a fly-on-the-wall peep into
the life of the wife of the Mahatma. It was launched in New York in
October this year and in Delhi last month.

The House of MG, Bhadra Road, Opp. Sidi Saiyad Jali Lal Darwaja, Ahmedabad, Gujarat 380001

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‘Neelima Dalmia Adhar grew up in an atypical Marwari home with six
siblings, three older and three younger, in New Delhi. She completed
her Senior Cambridge from The Convent of Jesus and Mary, before
attaining her Bachelor’s degree in Home Science from Lady Irwin
College; and a Master’s in Psychology from the Delhi University with a
specialization in Personality. She taught Psychology for a short while
at the same university to undergraduate students. Her writings have
earned for her the tag of agent provocateur and perhaps, one of
India’s most fearless authors. When she wrote her first book, Father
Dearest: The Life and Times of R. K. Dalmia in 2003, it scaled the
bestseller list and she was labelled a daredevil ‘family chronicler’
who had exposed some fiercely guarded secrets. The Secret Diary of
Kasturba is her third book that promises a fly-on-the-wall peep into
the life of the wife of the Mahatma. It was launched in New York in
October this year and in Delhi last month.




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