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A D Moodley

At the age of 13, Arulpragasam Moodley presented an essay about the hero he admired the most. His hero was his grandfather Venkat Konar. During the latter part of the next twenty years, he held conversations with British people who were either born in or served time in India (to name a few, Denham Archer, Des Burns and Stephen Soane). Much later, he visited libraries in India and held discussions with Indians from the birthplace of his ancestors. (Chengalput, Seidepet, Coimbatore and Ayepakkum). With the gathered information, 50 years after he presented the essay, he began to write The Flight Read More...


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The Flight of A Stone Bird

Books by A D Moodley

The Flight of A Stone Bird is about the triumph of the human spirit over the adversities that defined ‘indenture’ and its legacy.

In the struggle to unshackle their bondage, men and women scratched out niches with bloodied hands to write a chapter of their existence, a shared destiny and a common destination. From the fragments of a common past and a mutual predicament, another bond emerged – the ‘brotherhood’. Emo

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