Sir William Mark Tully was born in British India in 1935. He turned into Chief of Bureau for two decades at BBC, New Delhi. He has been a recipient of many awards and has written books primarily based on his revel in India. No Full Stops In India is a collection of ten essays, based totally on the chronicles of the writer's existence in India.
The book says that India's westernized privileged elegance, who are miles apart from nearby traditions want to jot down a complete forestall in a land in which there are not any complete stops. The book attempts to severely examine the complicated deep-rooted historic Indian civilization and its underlying concepts. It clarifies that westernization will destroy India's indigenous traditions and annihilate the crucial help gadget of the bulk of the overall loads.
The-book has been regarded as a call of a British Indian who yearns to expose the slim mindedness and illogical contemplating the social elites of India. This book turned was published by Penguin India in 2001 and is available in paperback.