Bindiya in India
- Desbasmita Dasgupta
Bindiya in India is the story of a young Indian American girl's first trip to India for an Indian wedding. Weaving together Hindi and English, the children's illustrated book takes place in the 1990s. It follows Bindiya as she meets her extended family for the first time, celebrates Indian wedding traditions, and creates memories and bonds to last a lifetime.
- Translanguaging Texts
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- No Concurrent Translation
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- Mango & Marigold Press
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