“Nectar In A Sieve” is an Indian classic that follows the story of an impoverished family in South-India. It’s told through the eyes of Rukmani, the youngest daughter of a village headman, who couldn’t arrange a lavish wedding or a “good match”, because he had spent most of his wealth in the wedding of his elder daughters and lost most of his clout by the time it was Rukmani’s turn.

In the latest podcast episode of Abstract AF, we quickly explain the title’s meaning and relevance and also tell you if you should invest your time in this book.

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