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The Tea Gardens

Author : Fiona MCINTOSH
ISBN : 1787466868
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A passionate love affair. An impossible choice. England, 1932: Dr Isla Fenwick has little interest in marriage, until a reunion with an old friend blossoms into to something more. But Isla is determined to fulfil a long-held promise to practice medicine in India. With her fiancé's blessing she sails to Calcutta to set up a midwifery clinic - promising to return within the year. There, Isla does her best to navigate a complex new world, and forms a deep connection with one of her colleagues - against all better instincts. When a desperate rescue mission to save the one person who needs her the most takes her into the foothills of the Himalayas, Isla will be asked to pay the ultimate price for her passions.
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Tea Gardens The

Author : Fiona McIntosh
ISBN : 014378983X
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Spirited doctor Isla Fenwick is determined to work at the coalface of medicine in India before committing to life as a dutiful wife. With hopes of making a difference in the world, she sails to Calcutta to set up a midwifery clinic. There she will be forced to question her beliefs, her professionalism and her romantic loyalties. On a desperate rescue mission to save the one person who needs her the most, she travels into the foothills of the Himalayas to a tea plantation outside Darjeeling. At the roof of the world, where heaven and earth collide, Isla will be asked to pay the ultimate price for her passions. From England's seaside town of Brighton to India's slums of Calcutta and the breathtaking Himalayan mountains, this is a wildly exciting novel of heroism, heartache and healing, by the bestselling author of The Chocolate Tin.
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The Tea Garden Journal

Author : Somnath Hore
ISBN : 8170463416
Genre : Art
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Based on the worker's union movement in the tea gardens of Bengal in mid-1930s.
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The Tea Gardens

Author : Fiona McIntosh
ISBN : 9781473586994
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A sweeping, epic love story which follows one woman's journey from the cobbled streets of Brighton to the foothills of the Himalayan mountains, for fans of Dinah Jefferies and Lucinda Riley. __________________________________ A passionate love affair. An impossible choice. England, 1932. Dr Isla Fenwick has little interest in marriage, until a reunion with an old friend blossoms into to something more. But Isla is determined to fulfil a long-held promise to practice medicine in India. With her fiancé's blessing she sails to Calcutta to set up a midwifery clinic - promising to return within the year. There, Isla does her best to navigate a complex new world, and forms a deep connection with one of her colleagues - against all better instincts. When a desperate rescue mission to save the one person who needs her the most takes her into the foothills of the Himalayas, Isla will be asked to pay the ultimate price for her passions.
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Herbal Tea Gardens

Author : Marietta Marshall Marcin
ISBN : 1580171060
Genre : Cooking
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Completely updated with new a format, 25 new herb profiles, and 100 new tea recipes, this edition provides both the novice and herbalist with a complete guide to growing and brewing 95 tea herbs. Two-color illustrations.
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The Japanese Tea Garden

Author : Marc Peter Keane
ISBN : STANFORD:36105215306965
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In this richly illustrated volume, designer Marc Peter Keane looks at how social, religious, aesthetic, and philosophical influences combined over hundreds of years to produce one of the world's most transcendent forms of landscape art. The Japanese tea garden today is immediately recognizable for its elegant gates, stepping stones, lanterns, water basins, mossy ground, and other elements in a setting resembling a forest path. Yet in its purest form, the purpose of this path, or roji, is to transport the visitor from the everyday world to the rarefied realm of the tea ceremony, chanoyu. The tea garden is thus a physical as well as a spiritual space, and its powerful cultural role has led its design and materials to influence every other form of garden art in Japan.
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The Tea Gardens 16pt Large Print Edition

Author : Fiona McIntosh
ISBN : 0369305590
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Spirited doctor Isla Fenwick is determined to work at the coalface of medicine in India before committing to life as a dutiful wife. With hopes of making a difference in the world, she sails to Calcutta to set up a midwifery clinic. There she will be forced to question her beliefs, her professionalism and her romantic loyalties. On a desperate rescue mission to save the one person who needs her the most, she travels into the foothills of the Himalayas to a tea plantation outside Darjeeling. At the roof of the world, where heaven and earth collide, Isla will be asked to pay the ultimate price for her passions. From England's seaside town of Brighton to India's slums of Calcutta and the breathtaking Himalayan mountains, this is a wildly exciting novel of heroism, heartache and healing, by the bestselling author of The Chocolate Tin.
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Tea Gardens

Author : Ann Lovejoy
ISBN : 0811819051
Genre : Gardening
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This gorgeously photographed guide combines simple garden design stategies with smart planting ideas to create enchanting outdoor spaces that are beautiful, fruitful, and serene. You'll also find an entire chapter devoted to clever container tea gardens for limited spaces.
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Unfolding Crisis In Assam S Tea Plantations

Author : Deepak K. Mishra
ISBN : 9781317809326
Genre : Business & Economics
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As the Indian economy integrates into global circuits of production, exchange and accumulation, the burdens of adjustment are shared unequally by different sectors, classes and regions. This study unravels the livelihood strategies and living conditions of labour in the tea gardens of Assam. The tea sector has been undergoing a crisis since the 1990s, with stagnant production, decline in exports, and closures of many tea gardens leading to large-scale retrenchments in the labour force. Based on a detailed analysis of secondary data and primary field research, the study examines the extent, types and implications of inter-generational occupational mobility (or immobility) among tea garden labourers in Assam. In the process, it reflects on how even a sector that had brought capital and labour from outside and contributed significantly to the country’s export earnings failed to create dynamic growth linkages within the local economy. The experience of the labour force in the Assam tea sector, the authors argue, is important for making sense not only of the development dynamics of the region, but of the contradictory ways in which forces of globalisation and neo-liberal reforms have been reshaping the worlds of labourers in the margins. The book will be of interest to students and scholars of labour studies, development studies, management studies, and studies of north-east India, as well as to policy-makers and those in the tea industry.
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The Tea Garden

Author : Dorothy Baker-Hush
ISBN : 9781514454046
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While Sarah is penning these words: I. Sarah Emma Boswell. with sound mind. on zhr day April 2, 1900, do solemnly bequeath my undying love and devotion to- her childhood frienc Andrew, whom she plans to marry when she grows up. her father is downstairs in his study arranging her marriage to a man who will save him from financial ruin. On her wedding day, the day after her fourteenth birthday a month later, she is taken to Wyndmeyer House, a mansion shrouded in mystery. There endures an abusive, controlling relationship that ultimately ends in tragedy five years later. Her determination to survive is a testament to the strength and courage of a young woman in early nineteen hundred faced with adversity she had no control over.
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The Tea Garden

Author : Preston L. Houser
ISBN : PSU:000023536883
Genre : Gardening
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A Japanese tea garden is a place for quiet reflection on the beauty of nature and the art of living in harmony. Tea gardens were historically designed as peaceful, natural spaces to detach oneself from the hectic everyday world before entering the tea house and the tranquil world of tea ceremony. The tea garden is appropriately more rustic than most other garden styles. The pathway through the gardens represents a journey so integral to the Japanese tea ceremony that the word roji has become synonymous with tea gardens themselves.
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The Emperor Tea Garden

Author : Nazli Eray
ISBN : 9780815652076
Genre : Fiction
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"The Emperor Tea Garden" is a vividly engaging fantasy romance told on several different levels that transcend time, place, gender, and even species. In this enchanted space, the boundaries between life and death, dream and reality, and here and there are all blurred. The eponymous tea garden is one whose customers are mostly deceased, mostly in love, and mostly fade away with the dawn. Eray captivatingly investigates the concepts of love, passion, and loyalty. For example, the narrator exchanges places with Night for a night, and a young man who has committed suicide in the name of love gets to leave his grave and be reunited with his paramour. Eray presents an underlying theme in which love can conquer even death itself.
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A Journey Through Tea

Author : Elizabeth Handy
ISBN : 0952754916
Genre : Bangladesh
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Notebook

Author : IndianW Notebook
ISBN : 1656135256
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College Ruled Color Paperback. Size: 6 inches x 9 inches. 55 sheets (110 pages for writing). Indian Variety Of Tea In The Tea Gardens Of Porto Formo. 157812335076
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