2 edition of Daddyji-Mamaji found in the catalog.
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"The Ledge Between the Streams" is the fourth book in that work-the three others being "Daddyji," "Mamaji," and "Vedi." (There are also two related books-"Face to Face," a sort of outline for the larger work, and "The Photographs of Chachaji," a sidelight on it.) Each of the four books is independent and self- contained, but, of course, each is.
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And three of Mr. Mehta's recent books (''Daddyji,'' ''Mamaji'' and ''Vedi''), along with ''The Ledge Between the Streams,'' actually represent an amplified version of that same story - .Just a trace of rubbing at the very tips of all eight of the book's corners.
Binding is straight and tight. Pages are all clean, white, and crisp. pages. Illustrated with a frontis photograph. Author, also, of Daddyji, Mamaji, The Ledge Between the Streams, and many others.In September ofcelebrated India chronicler Mehta (Face to Face, Daddyji, Mamaji) was approached by Boston's public TV station, WGBH, about ideas for an India documentary; slightly dubious Mehta made a few suggestions, and WGBH pounced on one of the least likely: a study of Mehta's ""proverbial poor relation,"" his father's cousin Chachaji (""respected uncle""), a misfortune-plagued.