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I've come to say goodbye : a memoir of friendship, love & loss / Barbara Carmichael.

By: Carmichael, Barbara.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Chatswood, New South Wales : New Holland Publishers, 2018Description: 251 pages ; 24 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781921024788; 192102478X.Other title: I have come to say goodbye | Ive come to say goodbye.Subject(s): Carmichael, Barbara | Inda, Tarun Singh | Australians -- India -- Biography | Women artists -- Australia -- Biography | Spice trade | Friendship -- India -- Biography | India -- Description and travel | India -- Social life and customsDDC classification: 915.4 Summary: The story of artist Barbara Carmichael and her friend Tarun, a spice merchant in Udaipur, and their friendship that developed over ten years after meeting accidentally in 2005. Barbara travelled to India 13 times over this period, and became part of his family. Tarun was like a brother to her and through his eyes, she discovered an India that she would grow to love. She was no longer a tourist.
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From beige Australia to dazzling India, the intrepid Barbara Carmichael takes us on a poignant journey of friendship and self-discovery. A big-hearted tale of travel, family and the strange hand of destiny that can bring people together -- and tear them apart. I've Come to say Goodbye is the story of an incredible friendship between two unlikely people, a 50-something artist and a 32-year-old Indian spice merchant named Tarun. Over a ten-year period the author traveled back and forth to India spending time with Tarun in Udaipur, Rajasthan. She became part of his family and he became like a brother. Through his eyes, she saw and fell in love with India. It is a story that you will fall in love with too.

The story of artist Barbara Carmichael and her friend Tarun, a spice merchant in Udaipur, and their friendship that developed over ten years after meeting accidentally in 2005. Barbara travelled to India 13 times over this period, and became part of his family. Tarun was like a brother to her and through his eyes, she discovered an India that she would grow to love. She was no longer a tourist.