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About the Book:
Gangtok, The Light of His Clan follows—over days of hail, rain, mist and
sun—the ex-Minister as he navigates the treachery of those once close
to him, schemes for and against his children, and battles the final
stiffening of his bones.
Chandanth, ex-Minister of the Government of Sikkim, leading light of his
community, and foul-mouthed, caste-obsessed, ageing patriarch, is in
the final siege of his illustrious life. His clanspeople are
helping him in his lifelong efforts to uplift them by opposing his every
suggestion, and his three children have refused the responsibility of
carrying forward his life’s work. Pradeep, his eldest son—from his
second wife—is a feckless engineer with the Department of Village Roads.
Pradeep is determined to protect the honour of his department’s lady
clerks from the attentions of his half- brother Yograj, a ladies’ man
committed to his pleasures. Yogita, the ex-Minister’s only daughter,
works in Delhi, and is eternally on the verge of returning to Sikkim to
look after him. His servant Pemba is dedicated in his attempts to feel
up Ai Doma, the momo-seller who lives next door. And just as the
ex-Minister gives up hope from the living, the ghost of his third wife,
Sumitra, dead for twenty years, returns to point an accusing finger at