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Cover Crush: The Girl From The Tea Garden by Janet MacLeod Trotter

The India Tea Series, Book 3

Pub Date 06 Dec 2016

In the dying days of the Raj, Anglo-Indian schoolgirl Adela Robson dreams of a glamorous career on the stage. 371 more words

Book Spotlight

Lanka Chop(Stuffed - Mirchi Bajji)


  • Simla mirchi – 10 no.s
  • Besan – 1 cup
  • Chilli powder – 1/2 tsp
  • Turmeric powder – 1/2 tsp
  • Potato – 2 no.s
  • Onion – 1…
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Dish Of The Day

Shimla - Summer Capital

Tired from the day’s journey from Rishikesh, we walked away from the crowds and up onto the dark slopes. It was gone 9pm. The first porters who’d offered to carry our bags gave up. 1,123 more words


I met him on my recent trip to Shimla and it immediately struck me that he looked different from the dogs I see in the plains – he was bigger in size and had longer hair. 608 more words

According To Emm

The Beginning of the Game, an Historical Tale.

All games must have a beginning, even if it has been lost in the metaphorical mists of time, but for one game there is a wonderful tale of how it was created …….. 743 more words

Historical Reconstructions

1916 - July 4

Not very hot and we are both fit. A few carnations still in the garden. I have just returned from Simla where I went to be invested – glad to have it over, functions are unnerving. 235 more words

Indian Army

1916 - June 18

I gave an address in the Soldiers’ Home the other day on “how we can lead the Christian Life in the Army”. And again on Thursday, we are to discuss it. 82 more words

Indian Army