India: Through Virgin Eyes

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The pleasure of entering other people’s lives is an adventure into the glamour of Indian imagery; the ambrosia of their Gods and Avatars is everywhere. This story is told through the eyes of thirty real life characters - funny, intelligent, clever, respectful; their every conversation being about destiny.

My visit to India smashed all stereotypes, none of them were true, and every perception that I had gained from mainstream news media and reading academic books were also far from true. You see, I went to India with Virgin Eyes that would perceive perception as reality and truth. Striving to look at the world as though one had never seen it before, a search for pure perception, a fresh vision for me, I left my mind open and empty so to speak, realising that if I freed myself of stereotypes and abstractions I would live in a richer and more interesting world.

This book is not a common travelogue as you’ll find in the travel supplements of the weekend papers. No, I don’t go with that awful tourist idea that India is only a museum of antiquities and art. The Indian people are more marvelous than the land and temples.

About the Author: Keith Paulusse is a writer and former entrepreneur and publisher, with a background in social psychology. Paulusse’ passion lies in social justice and helping disadvantaged Australians. For the past nine years, he has operated a tuition-free school of languages, an English language course for migrant learners, including refugees and international students. Keith published his first book, Vertrek, about 15 postwar Dutch migrant families including his own. His second book, ‘Big Bunches at the Jam Factory’, a story of dynamic community activism, spirit and perseverance in the face of the HIV-AIDS epidemic. Paulusse resides in a quiet coastal town in Victoria, Australia.


  • Paperback: 184 pages
  • Publisher: White Falcon Publishing; 1 edition (2020)
  • Author: Keith Paulusse
  • ISBN-13: 9789389932348
  • Product Dimensions:  13.9 x 1 x 21.5 cm

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