Vir Sanghvi is probably the best-known Indian journalist of his generation. He became founder-editor of Bombay magazine when he was twenty-two and his career has included editorships of Imprint, one of India s first feature magazines, of Sunday, then India s largest-selling weekly newsmagazine, and of the Hindustan Times, north India s biggest English-language daily. Sanghvi also has a parallel career as an award-winning TV interviewer and has hosted various successful shows on the Star TV network and on the NDTV news channel. Among his other accomplishments is his role as India s premier food writer. His book Rude Food won the Cointreau Award, the International Food Business s Oscar for Best Food Literature Book in the world. He is the author (along with Rudrangshu Mukherjee) of India: Then and Now, also published by Roli Books --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.