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Just finished reading NRI As a foreigner who ives in India several months each yearI always thought India was a difficult place for people who do not know the The Four Asian Tigers language or understand howife works there Now I know it can be just as daunting for a native Indian to reenter into Baabwaa and Wooliam life there after being away This is not only a pleasant interesting story but a wonderful guide for anyone planning to goive in India It was a Historias de Inmigracion little tooong and detailed for my taste but I especially Alabanza loved the chapters about finding a wife via the arranged marriage system uite eye opening to say theeast And of course the cultural norm of children taking care of their parents in old age The West could Aprendiz de Homero learn aot from this If you enjoy reading about modern day Tourism life in India you will definitely enjoy this book This review was done as part of The India Readathon Great First Book Very sharp witty and utterly plausible Brings to fore the travails tribulations and dilemmas of choosing to return to India Eagerly waiting for the next book Also brings toight the realty situation in IndiaLoved it Decent book with a nice story Doing Research That Matters line Its really interesting to see how construction business is run in India and the difference between working styles of India and US If you are an NRI struggling to decide between moving to India vs staying abroad this should be a interesting read BlurbNRI Now Returned to India was shortlisted by DNA Hachette in India for their Hunt for the Next Bestseller contest in 2014 Moving back to India was theast thing on Amol Dixit s mind when he was eading a carefree ife in Chicago But one day he found himself sleeping on the streets of Mumbai Now Returned to India is a Back to Rags story of a Non Resident Indian NRI It is a humorous account of the experiences of Amol Dixit who relocates to India in haste In a series of missteps which throw his Shadow Flame (Rime Chronicles, life in turmoil and cost him the woman heoves Amol Stripped learns the hard way thativing in India is no cakewalk In spite of these challenges he decides to stay And just when his ife hits rock bottom GB enters his ifeReviewAs the blurb above suggests it is the story of Amol Dixit returning home after a sizable stay in the dollar Nocturna (A Forgery of Magic, land of USA It is a memoir recounting his trials and tribulations relocating trying to work in India I could relate to Amol on many occasions havingived educated and worked outside India and having relocated a few years ago For me it followed a never ending seuence of unlearn relearn unlearn relearn for the first two years which was interesting and entertaining in its own way After all India is the motherland of serious contradictions Nevertheless I met some amazing inspiring human beings visionaries and women with gumption in the process of my rediscovery that redefined my take on Indians along with reinforcing my faith in humanity It was almost a 360 degree turn around after I relocated for sureBefore we get to the important issues Wikipedia U let me applaud the author for writing it seamlessly and in a simple yet adeuateanguage The writing is crisp fresh and is uite funny I enjoyed the pun and satire PlotThis is the story of Amol Dixit migrating back to India after a considerable stay in the USA His original plan is to stay for a year work and gain Indian work experience and go back to his Cannibal Encounters life in the US after Will he stay Will heeave is the uestion that is answered at the end His The Chatterbugs Manual life over the span of a year forms the plot The story opens with Amol s flight back to India and reaching home on a Sunday and for some reason the traffic is uncontrollable and it takes forever for our dear man to get Moving back to India was theast thing on Amol Dixit's mind when he Transformational and Charismatic Leadership led a carefreeife in Chicago But one day he found himself sleeping on the streets of Mumbai Now Returned to India is a Back to Rags story of a Amol Dixit a NRI NonResident Indian who interviews for a job that he doesn't really nee.
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Ff so was the purple color Moreover it was too feminine for any self respecting man s tasteAnd at times he reads Fizzics like he s spineless Ex The email his friend sends to everyone in Amol s friend s circle accusing him of stealing his girlfriend and brutally assaults his character and our dear man does nothing I wondered what happened to his self respect He is the only character that does the right thing at all times no matter what the situation or context That was too much for me to handle He readsike a 70s Bollywood hero Thanks but no thanks And on that note Amol does not watch movies when that is the one and only readily available form of entertainment in IndiaNonetheless from the Richmond Must Fall little I know of her Aai is my favorite character She is real relatable and wiseike many mothers in India However she too reads Dropsy, Dialysis, Transplant like a selfish manipulating woman with her emotional atyachar blackmail trying to sway Amol s decisions Incidentally Baba too advices his son to bring his car on the weekends so that he could get a ride to the temple makes him sound selfish as well The expanse of the entire book is overdone with one emotion selfishnessConclusionWhining helps reorient one sife and channel it back on track At Presidencies Derailed least it did for Amol He even found his wife in the process Howovely I was tired of GB and his ack of wisdom as not a single uote awed me I mean after all he helped Amol with his gyan didn t he Also I was unhappy with the image Amol creates on readers non Indians and I am disappointed with what is projected It is only one side of the story with the flipside conveniently ignored Every country in the world has good and bad shades to it It all depends on how we ook at it Glass half full or half emptyAnd finally I have one uestion to Amol What did you do to change the situations you were buzzing about Zilch is the answer and that sums up why India still is in the Neolithic era We La mythologie selon Game of Thrones love to complain and do nothing else And that makes Amol a desi than an NRI I received an e book from India Readathon in exchange for an honest review It is definitely not a whodunit but the straight storyline had me reading the book Pg 1 to the end The primary reason being that almost every person can relate to some part of it Life does spring surprises on us and penning it in a way that is pleasant to read through is sure a tough job Amar Vyas does it well Some points are expressed in a bit negative way but the story is good Good book to read Waiting for next A decent one time read about the protagonist who returns home to India on a one year sabbatical which turns to beonger and Golf by the Numbers life changing than he had bargained for Loved reading Mr Vyas s fictionalizedife Give us the next instalment soon plsThis story had to be ived to be told Sharp witty well composed I can relate to the varied characters and situations some seem so real I almost recall meeting them DNothing but good feedback about this book the characters and events are given the proper treatment enough to make them come alive Couldn t put it down Loved the characters Felt the story dragged in places but overall a good read This story dates back to those years when NRI was expanded as Non resident Indian unlike Now Returned to India as it is todayI find the author taking a dare in deciding to share his nitty gritty with the readers Let aside the realities read it for fun Every story and every journey need not inspire and motivate us to stand and fight back A few provide us a moment to sit back chill and relax to enjoy what we might have missed while turning tides There are no hard feelings or messages against any. Lps him discover what it really means to be a NRI NRI Now Returned to India is the first book in a four part fiction series that deals with the ife of Amol Dixit and is the author's debut novel It was shortlisted by DNA Hachette in India for the “Hunt for the Next Bestseller” competition in 2014.
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Ome to Pune with cab having an accident et al He reaches home and starts work the following day Monday No one in their right frame of mind would do this even for a workaholic this is impossible to achieve with jetlag mothers doting friends and relatives consuming most of your time in the first few weeks along with you gaining weight faster than fuel prices going up in IndiaHe works in the construction industry in the capacity of a consultant His ife starts rolling downhill from the very first minute of his work experience with his office being shifted to a new ocation and building and as expected Amol not intimated of the change He discoverslocates the place using his commonsense nuances of Liberty Arrives! living in India and gets to the office only to beocked out as the assistant at the front desk hasn t been informed of a new joining From here it is a Mary Elizabeth Garrett learning curve for Amol that is on a steep rise while hisife is escalating down faster than a kid on a water slide until he hits rock bottom predictable twists and turns with economic crisis How to Know the Ducks, Geese, and Swans of North America looming around the world during 2008 09 and the entire work forceiving under constant stress of termination from work Then enter Gyani Baba GB and things change for Amol I knew who GB was from the minute he appeared and knew where the story was heading No element of surprise In fact there is no story here Just a seuence of events that transpired over a year Also I knew why he d make his decision and what influences him being the Rebellion in Black and White last straw in his decision making process Everything readike been there seen that until the Dwarfism last page Nothing newHowever I didearn a thing or two about the construction business and thank the author for the My Lai learning Iearned how they calculate the number of elevators to be fixed in a mall or in any building It was interestingly presented and is definitely commendableSome of the observations brought a chuckle as they were spot on The amount of paperwork that goes in is truly unbelievable and how the Govt officials behave and interact is brought out very well If the writing wasn t humorous and easy to read I d have stopped halfway through It takes the reader 75 odd pages to meet Nandini only to find her to be selfish and a confused CBCD Canadian born confused desi In other words no other character has any significance in the plot except Amol It is all about HIM his fears his insecurities his pompous nature his arrogance and everything in between Since it is a memoir I guess the structure worked out fine And how it all began has no significance to the plot as we know what happened after the fact and so redundancy of how and why at the end is uite evidentCharacters I disliked the character of Amol He is selfish arrogant and is a complete self righteous guy I restrain from using the word prick instead of guy as this may well be autobiographical as it is written in first person Nevertheless it does raise a uestion Are all NRIs Polar Bears like him For than half the book he is whining about all things Indian while all other NRIs have adjusted comfortably and have taken toife s dictates in India How egotistical Of course there is one exception of a friend who moves back to the a a Born Southern land Does Amol do anything about the situations around him other than whine No way he is an Indian right So he chooses to ONLY complain instead Also he seems to be the man who knows what to do or how to correct an error at all times at work How real is that Especially when we know he has never worked in IndiaAt times Amol s character readsike a sexist Ex The Zen Estillo was a car in that Disciplining Girls league If its shape was an absolute turn Dand relocates to India in haste A series of missteps that follow throw hisife in turmoil and cost him the woman he The Political Philosophy of Alexander Hamilton loves Amolearns the hard way that Nursing Homes and Assisted Living living in India is no cakewalk but inspite of these challenges he decides to stay And just when hisife hits rock bottom GB enters his ife and he.
Amar's debut novel NRINow returned to India is the first in the book series featuring the protagonist Amol Dixit A self described nomad Amar has lived in fifteen cities over the past twenty years including the two years he spent at the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign as a graduate student Amar returned to India in 2008 after living for nearly a decade in the United States Two yea