Immerse yourself in the enchanting recollections of a childhood in Africa and an adult life in Britain overlaid throughout with Indian spiritual and cultural influences.
This is a raw, honest, first-person account of the author’s riveting journey to understand who she is as a commonwealth subject and a proud British citizen, and through family, food, language, and music, discover the universal truths embedded in our concepts of identity.
Highlighting the contributions India and Kenya made to Britain’s colonial history and national identity, this is a story of how diversity can enrich our world and bring us together through the simple concept of humanity – all with a pile of rotis.
Hansa Pankhania was born a British citizen to parents of Indian origin in Thika, a small town in the British Colony of Kenya. She is an author, speaker, coach and trainer. She has written several books on Stress Management and Wellbeing. She is a Fellow of the International Stress Management Association and Director of AUM Consultancy. She lives in the UK with her husband, children, and grand-children.