Indian in Oman writes a family sagaOctober 18th, 2008 - 5:42 pm ICT by IANS
Dubai, Oct 18 (IANS) An expatriate Indian woman in Oman has written a new novel, a family saga set in India and Oman.Sunaina Serna Ahluwalia’s “A Safe Harbour” is the story of two women, Afreen Luthra and her daughter Trishala.
It is a modern-day suspense-cum family saga set in India and Oman, which is home to a large expatriate Indian community.
India’s Ambassador to Oman Anil Wadhwa launched the book at a function in Muscat where officials of the National Association for Cancer Awareness (NACA) and the ambassadors of Britain and Malaysia were present.
Part of the proceeds from the book will be donated to NACA.
The ambassador described the book as “absorbing”.
On her part Ahluwalia said that she was thrilled to have turned her dream of writing a book into a reality.
The author lives in Oman with her husband and daughter.
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