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  • Two years ago, Parmanathan 'Prema' Naidoo stood in the doorway of the cell at the Fort in Johannesburg, now the premises of the Constitutional Court in a democratic South Africa, and recalled the torture he had undergone as an apartheid-era prisoner in the same jail where young lawyer Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi had been imprisoned almost a century earlier and later Nelson Mandela as well.

    India eNews

  • Two years ago, Parmanathan 'Prema' Naidoo stood in the doorway of the cell at the Fort in Johannesburg, now the premises of the Constitutional Court in a democratic South Africa, and recalled the torture he had undergone as an apartheid-era prisoner in the same jail where young lawyer Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi had been imprisoned almost a century earlier and later Nelson Mandela as well.

    India eNews

  • Suvarna Devi goes on living and creating far away in her village, but the secondary creator's fate is sadder: trying to write herself, Prema can only reproduce Devi's literary voice.

    The Artist of Disappearance by Anita Desai – review

  • Prema's secret love is her mother's native language, Orissa, and "the unsung heroine of Orya letters, Suvarna Devi".

    The Artist of Disappearance by Anita Desai – review

  • Through a chance meeting with a publisher, Prema starts translating Suvarna Devi's stories into English.

    The Artist of Disappearance by Anita Desai – review

  • But the author's family complains, the publisher drops Prema and her life suddenly "stretches out before her like an empty, unlit road".

    The Artist of Disappearance by Anita Desai – review

  • Her proudest moment is when this text is published, but the imagined glory of her meeting with the shy author shrivels in actuality as the ignorant, confident publisher monopolises Suvarna Devi, and Prema watches her chance of a moment of understanding and recognition slip away.

    The Artist of Disappearance by Anita Desai – review

  • A German native, Sister Prema has been seldom seen publicly and few know her outside the Mother House.

    Pointing Fingers At Mother Teresa's Heirs

  • Prema means “a thousand times greater than the greatest love.”

    Spiritual Teachings of the Avatar

  • Prema means “a thousand times greater than the greatest love.”

    Spiritual Teachings of the Avatar

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