It was Nehru who said ‘I have become a queer mixture of east and west, out of place everywhere, at home nowhere. Perhaps my thoughts and approach to life are more akin to what is called Western than Eastern, but India clings to me;…behind me lie, somewhere in the sub-conscious, racial memories of a hundred….generations of Brahmins.’[p. 351, 1]
Nehru, J. Toward Freedom. p. 351. Cited by Roberts, J.M. 1985. The Triumph Of The West. p. 365. London: British Broadcasting Corporation.