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Penguin Books, 1990 - Fiction - 391 pages
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I Return To Delhi As I Return To My Mistress Bhagmati When I Have Had My Fill Of Whoring In Foreign Lands&

Thus Begins Khushwant Singh S Vast, Erotic, Irrelevant Magnum Opus On The City Of Delhi. The Principal Narrator Of The Saga, Which Extends Over Six Hundred Years, Is A Bawdy, Ageing Reprobate Who Loves Delhi As Much As He Does The Hijda Whore Bhagmati-Half Man, Half Woman With Sexual Inventiveness And Energy Of Both The Sexes. Travelling Through Time, Space And History To Discover His Beloved City, The Narrator Meets A Myriad Of People-Poets And Princes, Saints And Sultans, Temptresses And Traitors, Emperors And Eunuchs-Who Have Shaped And Endowed Delhi With Its Very Special Mystique& And As We Accompany The Narrator On His Epic Journey We Find The City Of Emperors Transformed And Immortalized In Our Minds For Ever.

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Great writing style. - Goodreads
An insight into the makings of DELHI the capital city - Goodreads
I have no problem with sex scenes, obviously! - Goodreads

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User Review  - Gaurav Rawat - Goodreads

Its a good read, history from different perspectives... a new way of reading history. Only problem with the book is chapters on sexual escapades of author. You will love it if you like Khushwant Singh's peculiar style of story telling. Read full review

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User Review  - Deepak - Goodreads

The book is a virtual guide of the magnificent City of Delhi with the history of each of the by lanes of Delhi. Have read the book Ajaya by Anand Neelkantan wherein the creator of Indraprastha (later ... Read full review


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Khushwant Singh is a renowned journalist, the author of several works of fiction, and an authority on Sikh history.

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