This is the story of my early education in an Indian orphanage for the blind, and, by extension, perhaps the story of the education of blind children elsewhere. But it is also a continuation of two earlier books--'Daddyji, ' a biographical portrait of my father, and 'Mamaji, ' a biographical portrait of my mother--since the three volumes are all part of a series I am writing about my family and myself.
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16 Mozang Road Abdul Ajmero asked Auntie Pushpa ayah Babuji back courtyard bangles bathroom bell Bhaskar big brother big sisters Bishop Cotton School bitter gourd Bombay Braille cage called climb clothes Cousin Prakash cousin-brothers cried Dadar School Daddyji Deoji dormitory dots dream feel felt fingers forehead hair hand head hear heard Heea hold Jaisingh Juhu Beach Kangara knew Lahore laughed Lifebuoy soap Mamaji Marathi Matron Mehta Gulli Miss Mary morning mosquito mouth mummy myna never night Nimi numbers Paran play pray to Jesus Punjabi pussycat Ras Mo Ras Mohun Ras Mohun's ruler remember ringworm Sher Singh shirt shoes shouted side Sighted Master Sister Pom Sister Umi sitting-and-dining room sleep smelled sola topi sound spoon started stay stop string sweet swing talk tantra tell thing thought told took touched Uncle upstairs veranda voice walk