Anita Rau Badami Biography | Author of "The Hero's Walk"

Born :24 September, 1961

Author Anita Badami well knows Author Anita Rau Badami is an author of South Asian Diaspora living in Canada with a brawny tone of the new Indian Diaspora. Born in Rourkela, Odisha, India, she was erudite at the University of Madras and Sophia College in Bombay. She immigrated to Canada in 1991, and earned an M.A. at the University of Calgary. Her primary story, Tamarind Mem (1997), grew out of her university theory. Author Anita Badami books are available on online stores around the world

Her novels contract with the complexities of Indian relations existence and with the literary break that emerge when Indians move to the west.

Badami’s third novel, Can You listen to the Night bird Call explores the Golden Temple butchery and the Air India Bombing.

Badami cites as amongst her favorites books Midnight’s kids by Salman Rushdie, Cat’s Eye and embryonic by Margaret Atwood, A House for Mr. Biswas by V. S. Naipaul and maintenance by Marilynne Robinson.

Due to her primary novel Anita Rau Badami was measured one of the latest writers in the lively meadow of Indian sub continental writing. Ms. Badami was born in 1961 in Rourkela, Orissa, India, and is a former reporter who has lived in Canada since 1991. Her debut novel, Tamarind Mem, conventional serious approval.

Badami earned a Bachelor’s Degree in English at the University of Madras. She then studied journalism in Sophia College in Bombay (“South”). After her education the writer had different jobs ahead of she became a full-grown author. She worked as a copywriter for promotion agency in Bombay, Bangalore, and Madras and she write for newspapers and magazines for seventeen years. Badami also write lots of stories for children’s magazines. In 1984 the writer wedded. She wearies a son three years later, and her family enthused to Calgary in 1991. Today Ms. Badami and her family live in Vancouver. Her mainly current novel is Can You Hear the Night bird Call? Published in 2006.

Works by Anita Badami -
1. Tell It to the Trees (2011)
2. Can You Hear the Night bird Call? (2006)
3. The Hero’s Walk (2000) 
4. Tamarind Mem (1996)
5. Tamarind Woman (1996) 

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