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From Thomas the Apostle to Slumdog Millionaire- how we imagine India, from the author of Delhi- Adventures in a Megacity.
Sam Miller was born and brought up in London. He studied History at Cambridge University and Politics at London University's School of Oriental and African Studies, before joining the BBC in 1986, for which he has worked, on and off, ever since. In the early 1990s he was the BBC World Service TV and radio correspondent in Delhi, and on his return to the UK in 1993 was the presenter of the BBC's current affairs programme, South Asia Report. Later he became the head of the Urdu service and subsequently Managing Editor, South Asia. He was posted back to Delhi in 2002 and has remained there ever since. He is the author of Delhi- Adventures in a Megacity (2009) and Blue Guide- India (2012).
"Sam Miller has written a wonderfully witty, wise, idiosyncratic and properly hybrid book that achieves the near-impossible. It is at once a touching personal memoir, a droll and discursive travelogue and an erudite work of literary criticism which somehow manages to be, at the same time, a hugely entertaining history of the world's often confused dialogue with South Asia over three thousand years. It is also, almost as an after-thought, a most moving love letter to India." -- William Dalrymple, author of City of Djinns "[Miller] is a congenial guide. He has a fantastically sharp eye... Amid a torrent of sparkling details, what stands out is Miller's heartfelt love for the country." -- Alex Von Tunzelmann * Evening Standard * "Delightfully eccentric... A very readable account... Miller is the master of the must-read footnote, while matching the travel writer Eric Newby in his acute descriptions of contemporary life in India." -- Victor Mallet * Financial Times * "Laconic and engaging... [An] attractive book." -- David Gilmour * Literary Review * "Fascinating." -- Tarquin Hall * Sunday Times *