Depicts the life and work of David Sassoon, the Jewish merchant from Baghdad, who adopted India as his homeland after his arrival in 1832. His success as a businessman and generosity as a philanthropist earned his family the reputation of being the "Rothchilds of the East". Includes descriptions of the schools, libraries, clock towers, and synagogues donated to the cities of Bombay and Pune by the Sassoon family.
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