The Indian Post Office as it exists today is more than 250 years old and is a contribution of the British. But there are hardly any books that narrate the fascinating story of this great institution in a language unimpeded by scholarship.
The book records the history of the Indian Post Office from the arrival of the British in India in the early part of the 17th century to the end of the first decade of the 21st century. It presents a readable narrative of the history of the Indian Post Office from its creation by the British rulers to the year 2010-11 in a style that would appeal to the general public conversant with the English language, as well as the student of history and the specialist scholar.
A woman with a one-year-old child, who is roaming from one place to another in order to get the child treated as she is suffering from four mental diseases. The woman was been termed as insane, and she has been pushed out of everywhere she had called her home, from her in-laws and her own family. The story is about the struggles and hardships faced by her.