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Nayantara Sahgal Quotes & Sayings

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Choice in any sphere is a peril, the basic division of peoples is of those who believe in choice and those who mistrust it. — Nayantara Sahgal

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Race was a word that bred arrogance, danger and violence. When had incitement to race served a peaceful purpose? Race was a fuel and it needed only a match to light it. Any match - my hostility, your ambition, a third person's advantage. — Nayantara Sahgal

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In India the human being is a symphonic theme. 'The people' is not a compact, close-knit concept, but a sprawling one, flowing not only into different walks of life, but into the intricately woven multi-layers of privilege, wealth, and education. 'The people' created by Gandhi is a young concept. — Nayantara Sahgal

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Formal education in British India was remarkable for its lack of connection with its Indian environment. Like the African persuaded to cover his nakedness with a Mother Hubbard, we wore mental Mother Hubbards, and they were often a sad fit. Our textbooks had been compiled by Englishmen for English children, of whom there were none in my school and few in any school in India. — Nayantara Sahgal

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Civilization itself is housed in the human being. — Nayantara Sahgal

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[Race] had no substance, like a shadowy shape that terrifies in the dark but vanishes by the light of day. — Nayantara Sahgal

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In the end countries, like people, are alone, and the real things that must be done have to be done without help. — Nayantara Sahgal

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Passion of any sort is seldom governed by the rules of etiquette. — Nayantara Sahgal

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What was the right level of prosperity, the level that banished dire need but did not satiate, the level that did not threaten the artist in the individual? And how did one stop when one arrived at it? — Nayantara Sahgal