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A very next door comprehension of Indian household and their reactions to American Dreams has been portrayed with all puns intended. While Akhil is fiercely patriotic and hopes to come back to India in a few years, J Plot from the jacket: While this book is not his trademark satirical writing style, it still makes for a refreshing, fun account of two desi lads who arrive in America searching for their American dream.
The cover-page of this book is interesting and grabs the attention of the readers.
Tweet I just love being on a sabbatickle. The comments on them by their relatives and familiar people for choosing America over the best institutes in India made me laugh. Atulya was born and raised in Delhi. The story tickles our funny bones with the incidents that we all witness somewhere in our daily life.
These two parallel minded Indians are destined to share the same university and also same apartment in the US. Though writer has already declared in synopsis that he dreams to be a character of “American Pie” so it’s my mistake that I tried to look beyond this. He went to the United states to study his Masters. The author has creatively and accurately portrayed the difficulties he faces to convince Mommy Dearest to let him go and then the ones that arise once he reaches there.
During his stay in the US, he launched his blog amreekandesi. With Jassi’s episode, initially its wonderful but later on there’s not much character in his story.
It is quite focused on his will to sleep with girls. I would like to introduce myself as a freelancer and hence I am interested in offering you high quality articles paid content for publication on your great site. His sense of humor is obviously judgmental but extremely tacky, worth a follow.
Also, it touches the subjects of parental pressures, personal ambitions and racism even though they fail to make an overall impact.
He also writes occasional humour columns for the Times of India, Crest Edition. November 24, at 6: Akhil Arora is a simple, pampered engineer from Delhi who wants to move away from his overbearing parents, stay independently and hence prove to everyone under the sun read: Overall a book worth spending time.
Flawless is the word for his presence of mind and tricks to inculcate simple everyday matters and parts n parcels of life into a laughter factory.
Amreekandesi – Masters of America
The views expressed are entirely my own. Like the amreekandesi facebook page. I used the word radical for Jessi because one of his aims in going to the US is having an American girl as his wife deis living through a few? Notify me of new posts by email.
Amreekandesi – Masters of America
All said and done, fantastic book dear friends. Other characters that traveled along the story made the trip to America interesting. This review first appeared on http: The story is a next door comprehension of Indian household and their American Dreams with all puns inte So in reality we know little amerekan the life of our desi students in the US, the troubles,travails and the struggles they goAmreekandesi-Front-Coverx through, the cultural shock they face, the hard realities life teaches to them, the way the education system moulds them and makes them work hard and harder, the way they enjoy their lives and their trips, the way they get smitten areekan love, the way they search for jobs etc.
Nandita is also cute, though i wondered how such a strong girl could come under family pressure. To ask other readers questions about Amreekandesi – Masters of Americaplease sign up. About the author from GoodReads: Want to Read saving….
You can relate your experiences with the characters. He started his blog while studying in the US and used it as a platform to share his experiences of people living in a foreign land. Unlike other books by upcoming Indian authors where stories revolve around sex and college life, this gives a glimpse of the college life abroad but in a different and much better way.
It is an easy read and is full of positivity. It has some elements which most of us would have seen in our lives – Weird neighbors, Senti mothers, Awkwardness of going to a new country, Road trips and adventures, Standing up to xesi your country against foreigners, Fighting to get back your love, and a sweet happy ending. Now as I am done with it, I won’t take time to review it in this month itself otherwise it would be more embarrassing to write about it amreeekan August.
Its a Hilarious book with many anecdotes to American Indians. Behind it all there is a heady mix of pain, frustration, desperation, at times even admiration.
Jaspreet, on the other hand, is longing to meet those hot bikinis in the beaches of America. Born and raised in Delhi, he moved to the US in for his Masters and stayed on for five years before returning to India, in a Swades-inspired moment. While, Jassi does not seem happy to carry on with his Indian identity as it makes him feel embarrassed and uncomfortable.
During his time in the US, he started his blog to chronicle the lives of Indians living abroad, and this book is the amreekaj of that vision. Akhil meets Nandita on the flight from India and they gradually fall in love. ANY political party] 4.
While Akhil is fiercely patriotic and hopes to come back to India in a few years, Jassi finds his Indian identity an uncomfortable burden and looks forward to finding an American girl with whom he can live happily ever after. This one is a must read for all those who enjoy clever allegory and a good laugh.
He also writes occasi Atulya Mahajan is the author of amreekandesi. It is clearly not true. It makes your heart pine for the country. A,reekan Tuanu Janda Haan.