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Jhumpa Lahiri Facts, Age, Wiki, Biography, Height, Weight, Affairs, Net worth & More

Jhumpa Lahiri Facts, Age, Wiki, Biography, Height, Weight, Affairs, Net worth & More


Name – Jhumpa Lahiri

Nick Name – Jhumpa

Real Name – Nilanjana Sudeshna Jhumpa Lahiri

Date of Birth – 11/07/1967

Age – 52 years (2019)

Birth Place – London, United Kingdom

Profession – American Author

Residence – Rome, Italy

Father – Amar Lahiri

Mother – Tapati Lahiri

Brother – Not Known

Sister – Simanti Lahiri

Nationality – American

Religion – Hindu

Ethnicity – Mixed

School – South Kingstown High School

College University – Barnard College of Columbia University, Boston University

Education – B.A. in English Literature, M.A. in English, M.F.A. in Creative Writing, M.A. in Comparative Literature and Ph.D. in Renaissance Studies

Sun Sign / Zodiac Sign – Cancer

Debut Novel – The Namesake (2000)

Debut Short Story – Interpreter of Maladies (1999)

Jhumpa Lahiri

Height – 5’7” / 170 cm / 1.70 m

Weight – 50 Kg / 110 lbs

Body Measurements – 32-26-34

Bra Size – 32C

Waist Size – 26 inches

Hip Size – 34 inches

Body Shape – Hourglass

Sexual Orientation – Straight

Hair Color – Brown

Eye Color – Hazel

Dress Size – 4 (US)

Shoe Size – 8 (US)

Affairs Boyfriends – Alberto Vourvoulias (Journalist)

Husband / Spouse – Alberto Vourvoulias (2001)

Children – Octavio (2002), Noor (2005)

Television – In Treatment (HBO TV Program)

Hobbies – Writing, Reading, Travelling

Salary – Not Known

Net Worth – Not Known

Bibliography 

Novels
The Namesake (2000), The Lowland (2013), Dove mi trovo (2018)

Short Stories (Fiction)
Interpreter of Maladies (1999), Unaccustomed Earth (2008), Brotherly Love (2013), The Boundary (2018)

Jhumpa Lahiri

Awards 
TransAtlantic Award (1993), O. Henry Award (1999), PEN/Hemingway Award (1999), Addison Metcalf Award (2000), Pulizer Prize (2000), James Beard Foundation’s M.F.K. Fisher Distinguished Writing Award (2000), Guggenheim Fellowship (2002), Frank O’ Connor International Short Story Award (2008), Asian American Literary Award (2009), DSC Prize (2014), National Humanities  Medals (2014), PEN/Malamud Award (2017)

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