This revised and updated edition of ‘Punjabi Saga’ tells the tale of the Tandon family against the backdrop of India’s struggle for independence and the years that follow. Punjabi century, the first of the three novels in the book, spans from 1857, the year of the mutiny, to 1947, the year of India’s independence, while Beyond Punjab is a record of Prakash Tandon’s career in management. It puts into perspective the crucial period of Indian history during the last decade under the British, the period of the independence regime and the subsequent years. A politically eventful timespan, while Tandon switches over from the private sector to take up a number of assignments in government corporations, is the focus of Return to Punjab. A fascinating blend of autobiography and national history, Punjabi Saga is a must-read for anyone interested in India’s history, society and culture.