Most first-generation immigrants and their children face numerous problems while trying to merge into the main stream of their adopted country. This is because some wish to wipe out the past and integrate while others never forget their homeland and feel like outsiders. What happens to the children who have their own issues while trying to juggle with their upbringing and the peer pressure? Immigrant, Tania’s parents, rundown everything Indian. This makes her determined to find out if her father was a black sheep of the family or worse? In an uncanny way Tania fulfils her dream of knowing India and her family background. The gripping journey of discovery enables Tania learn about her past and also the people of India, the social issues, the mystic of India and the supernatural. Tania’s treasure trove, which is filled with some hair-raising stories and others of life in the India in the past, discoveries and discourses with her mentor, family and friends has a universal appeal as it has relevance across counties and cultures.
Tania’s Treasure Trove