Nobody Can Love You More: Life in Delhi's Red Light District

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Penguin, Viking, 2012 - Social Science - 225 pages
16 Reviews
The sex workers of Kotha No. 300 raise their children, cook for their lovers, visit temples, shrines and mosques, complain about pimps and brothel owners, listen to film songs, and solicit and entertain customers. By following the daily lives of the denizens of one kotha, Mayank Austen Soofi paints an intimate portrait of women for whom sex is work--a way to make a living. With precise details and haunting photographs, Soofi delicately and carefully etches the everyday world of those who inhabit the peripheries of society.

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Good Work but lacks concrete insights! - Goodreads
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Review: Nobody Can Love You More: Life in Delhi's Red Light District

User Review  - Karthik DR - Goodreads

Good Work but lacks concrete insights! The book gives the real feel of GB road. But, somewhere I feel, those 'touchy/emotional' connect is missing. Well after reading Mantoji's, one might not like ... Read full review

Review: Nobody Can Love You More: Life in Delhi's Red Light District

User Review  - Nidhi Mahajan - Goodreads

As published on the author, Mayank Austen Soofi's website- here. And on my blog Literature Martini . Nobody Can Love You More is one of those engaging and overwhelming reads that leave you with so ... Read full review

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