Book Condition: Very Good+ in Very Good+ dust jacket
Publisher: London: Gerald Duckworth & Co. Ltd., 1955.
An edition in very good+ condition with a dust-jacket in like condition. There are some scratches and tears to the dust-jacket and a small wrinkle to front of book. The pages are clean and free of markings.
Kumari is the story of an unlikely love between a man and a woman. The man, Raj, is a devout Hindu who believes in the sanctity of marriage and the traditional role of a woman in society. Kumari is a free-spirited, independent woman who has a passion for art. Despite their differences, Raj and Kumari are drawn to each other and eventually fall in love. Raj sacrifices everything for Kumari, including his faith, and they eventually marry. However, Kumari's wild and free lifestyle conflicts with Raj's traditional values, and they eventually divorce. Kumari goes on to have a successful career as an artist, while Raj continues to live a simple life.; 8vo; 256 pages.