Rana Dasgupta

Rana Dasgupta was born in 1971, and grew up in Cambridge. He worked for a marketing consultancy in London and New York for a few years before moving to Delhi to write. His first novel, ‘Tokyo Cancelled’, a thirteen-part story cycle, was published in 2005 to widespread acclaim and has been translated into nine languages.

Dasgupta now lives permanently in Delhi, and writes for several periodicals, including the Guardian, New Statesman and BBC radio.

Books by Rana Dasgupta

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