A Kite Journey Through India

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Weatherhill, 1996 - Crafts & Hobbies - 179 pages
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In India, kite-flying is pursued with a passionate intensity and dedication. This text follows the track of kites across the Indian sky as a pathway into the heart of the subcontinent. Kites become the vehicle for profound contact with the minds of their makers and flyers.

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This is Streeter's stories of travelling to and through india in the 1980's and 1990's, seeking out kite makers and kites and kite enthusiasts. This is the formulae that gave him stunning success with ... Read full review

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