Missing Peace—Love, Life, & Me documents the author’s journey from Australia to India and back again in search of herself. It’s a highly personal story with real characters and a narration that interweaves passion, betrayal, humiliation, friendship, and love. It is bold, inspirational, and compelling. It describes reality and its emotional roller coaster. It’s about a woman finding herself lost between two cultures and desperately seeking to belong.
Nandita Chakraborty was born in Kolkatta, India in 1975 to a small conservative family who has always been associated with the arts. Her father won many accolades in the field of Indian Cinema. His film was the first Indian film in a regional language to win the Silver Bear at the Berlin Film Festival in 1980. Her sense of creativity started at a young age.
The quote is by famous Indian poet and writer Tagore. He was an advocate of life and love. My book is about my journey, which is a journey to seek the answers to all the unrelenting questions of love and relationships. Does love really exist? I am not a philosopher or a psychologist; I am a normal human who is seeking my own motivation and my own experiences.