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On Balance, an Autobiography The First Woman Chief Justice Of A High Court In India, The First Woman To Top The Bar Examinations In London 73 Years Old Leila Seth Has Led A Full Life With Candour And Wit, She Tells Of Her Taking Up Law Studies Because This Could Be Combined With Caring For Her Husband And Son, Intertwining Family Life With Professional, The Author Describes The Years After Her Father S Premature Death It Is An Intricate, Amusing And Charming Rendering Of Her Life.


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10 thoughts on “On Balance, an Autobiography

  1. says:

    A very appropriately titled autobiography of Leila Seth The word Balance is key to her life, one can see how it almost defines her life, how she lived and the choices she made For instance, how many people can say or will be able to say in the future I have lived a happy married life for over sixty years In addition, I can safely say that this balance characterizes how she has u


  2. says:

    Some books march uninvited into the room tooting their own horn They bellow loudly and rhetorically about their greatness while all you are trying to do is enjoy a horrendously sappy Hindi movie or search for that lost bookmark that you had stolen from a friend In between the sounds of loud cymbal clashing, the book will boast that the New York Times called it a real tour de force


  3. says:

    When I told my Mum that anyone who does not read this book would be a fool of first waters, her first question was,How is it even possible for a biography to be that goodYes,often, it is not possible for a biography to be that good In fact, I am not a fan of the genre at all but maybe, there is something about the Seths that makes them the best biographers memoir writers in the worl


  4. says:

    This brilliant autobiography fully deserves all the praise it s got Leila Seth s claim to fame is being the first woman Chief Justice of an Indian state Himachal Pradesh She topped her Bar exams at London she was the fist woman to do that, too Here s a small vignette from the book Leila had just been appointed a Judge in the Delhi High Court she was their first woman judge There was a


  5. says:

    This book is a treat not only for law students but for aspiring, ambitious women of our nation Ex Chief Justice Leila Seth has been an Outlier all her life from being the first woman topper in law from Oxford way back in 1952, the first woman Judge of the Delhi High Court to being the first woman Chief Justice of a High Court in India She has even openly acknowledged the bisexual orient


  6. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here This book is not about Vikram Seth or his homosexuality If you want to knowabout that, it s not in this book This autobiography is about Leila Seth s life Her family, her career, her marriage , 73 years of her lifetime The book is written in easy, clear prose and you learn of this elegant woman, her sensibilit


  7. says:

    Interesting, light read but not an inspirational motivating life to know about If you are looking for insight here on Leila Seth s way into the first Chief Justice of India you will be disappointed The writing mostly consists of ...


  8. says:

    Simple, readable, amazing story of an incredible women and her diverse and talented family


  9. says:

    I don t know how correct or logical it is to review or rate an autobiography In any case, I make no attempt to do so On Balance has been a wonderful read equal parts witty, amusing and honest Though if I have to point out one thing, it would be the book s frequent and unnecessary, if I may nonlinear narratives disrupting an otherwise chronological organization of events.Oh, and if you re readin


  10. says:

    I won t add to the several excellent reviews of this book here, but only recall a wonderful evening spent with Justice Seth and her wonderful husband and a large group of American seekers who had been led on the Footsteps of the Buddha tour of Northern India by her son Shantum I had been a great fan of her other son Vikram and had enjoyed his talk at the British Library in Singapore when he recei


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