This is the social norm for the majority of this novel. It leads to tensions among the characters and social groups.
This is the seat of government for a district that includes several smaller towns.
This is the relatively modern section of town where Indians of more comfortable means live.
This is where a house once stood that was burned down by its owner.
This is the large house that Lady Chatterjee lives in.
This is the section of Mayapore where the British and other European residents live.
This is a facility for dying Indians run by Sister Ludmilla.
This is a small town where violence first flares up in this novel.
The Hindu Temple
This is where Daphne says she had her last date...
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