Amrita Sher-Gil: A Self-Portrait in Letters and Writings

“To read Amrita is to fall in her thrall, to be seduced, and swept away by her…Vivan Sundaram needs to be congratulated on his wise decision to step back and not interfere with the dialogue between Amrita and her
rapt audience…What he does is provide judicious, meticulously researched cross-references that further illumines what we are reading. Vivan renders himself invisible and foregrounds Amrita. And in this lies the strength of these invaluable volumes. If ever there was a Michelin rating for literary work this one gets ten stars”

Sunil Mehra, Book Review
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