Loretta Barnard

TBS Travelogue (Rajasthan) meets TBS Book Review (A Princess Remembers)

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Loretta Barnard magically weaves together some thoughts on a trip to Rajasthan with a review of A Princess Remembers: The Memoirs of the Maharani of Jaipur.   The first thing that strikes you is the rubbish. Not piles of it, more a carpet of litter liberally strewn across the roadsides. And the cows rummaging through it all, slowly working their ... Read the full article
Loretta Barnard

Loretta Barnard is a freelance writer and editor who has authored four non-fiction books, been a contributing writer to a wide range of reference books and whose essays have been published across a number of platforms. A regular contributor to The Big Smoke, she also coordinates the TBS Next Gen program.

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