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His longing to know where he came from intensified after college, and he shares the ups and downs of using Google Earth to narrow down and eventually pinpoint his hometown in India, a place he hadn't seen in 25 years.
In the book, he recounts what it was like to get on a plane and set off to find his family, the culmination of a journey that had spanned more than two decades.
During the three weeks that he was alone on the streets of Calcutta, Saroo begged and scavenged for food.
He found peanuts amongst dirt on the ground and came upon half-eaten food that had been thrown away.
A nonprofit child-welfare group known as the Indian Society for Sponsorship and Adoption (ISSA) visited the home regularly and felt that Saroo was a good candidate for adoption.
He was transferred to an orphanage, cleaned up, and taught how to eat with a knife and fork (a skill that could improve his chances of being adopted).
I said to myself, 'Well, you know, you've got all that photographic memories and landmarks where you're from and you know what the town looks like.The character was inspired by Saroo's real-life girlfriend at the time, Lisa Williams, an Australian.