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A book about the effects of migration within a Hindustani family.

The constant awareness of not feeling at home in a new country can result from personal migration experiences or those of your ancestors. This feeling can create a sense of being stuck in certain aspects of life, as you search for your own roots and a place where you truly belong. If you already felt completely at home somewhere, you wouldn’t experience this feeling.

Indra Bangaru created the book “Nowhere at Home” to shed light on her background and family history, exploring how migration affects subsequent generations. She aims to raise awareness about the impact of migration and historical events on physical and mental health.

Let this book serve as an invitation to initiate conversations about your own migration background.