A Kite Journey Through India


A Kite Journey Through India take readers on a voyage of discovery and adventure, from the Punjab in the north to Madras in the south, into the bustling hubbub of India’s colorful markets, its chaotic, energy-filled streets, and the homes and shops of talented artisan families. Along the way you will meet a rich variety of Indian personalities, from the fantastically wealthy nawab princess of old, whose kites carried packets of pure gold and silver, to the cab driver-philosopher we meet in the opening chapter and “the man who could see stars in daylight” at the book’s close.

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Softcover, 181 pages, 1996

By Tal Streeter — artist, author, traveler — was known worldwide as the preeminent authority on Asian kites. A Kite Journey Through India is a stunning sequel to this criticially acclaimed The Art of the Japanese Kite, long recognized as a classic.

The Author’s proceeds from the book will be used to establish a bank loan program for women in India.



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