Set in the context of the zeitgeist and idealism of the late sixties, Harp is about love, longing and coming of age. The three main protagonists - a young man travelling in a Europe-less-travelled including the Iron Curtain, a young woman who has a calling to music, and another young woman who has loved and lost once - provide the frame of this narrative about journeys we make across countries, even as we embark on a private quest within to know ourselves better, and to seek what it is we really want from life.
Moving through India, Europe and USA, Harp follows the lives of these three young people even as they engage with the cultural, sexual, student revolutions, and the music of the sixties.
An alumni of St. Stephen’s college in Delhi, Nidhi Dalmia pursued postgraduate education at Oxford University and the Sorbonne and management education at Harvard Business School. His professional life exposed him to diverse business responsibilities especially in the field of manufacturing sector. Nidhi was in his college table tennis team at Oxford and also enjoys tennis and swimming. His interests include Cinema, Theatre and Indian Philosophy. Harp is his first novel.