Amreekandesi – Masters of America has ratings and 51 reviews. Aastha said: I don’t know why I bother to pick up Indian authors at all. Even if they’r. “Amreekandesi: Masters of America” is Atulya Mahajan’s first ever novel. But he is surely not a novice on the literary scene. He has regaled. : Amreekandesi: Masters of America () by Atulya Mahajan and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books.
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He also writes occasi Atulya Mahajan is the author of amreekandesi. Characters were good — realistic, palpable but almost non-evolving till the climax.
Initially, the book is comic and you get excited to go through this adventure where you’ll die laughing. If u know US of A by only movies and news then this is a must read! Amreeoandesi read If u know US of A by only movies and news then this is a must read!
Amreekandesi – Masters of America by Atulya Mahajan
The author could have added a bit more twist in these segments, and that would have made the story a lot more interesting. But finally, the day came and the book was read and done with in the space of just a couple of hours.
You have to, dude. Akhil Aurora and Jaspreet Singh, two young Indian boys leave to the US to complete their masters, while Akhil is on a mission to prove himselfearn good amount of money and return to India, Jassi wants to radically Americanize himself. With Amreekandesi, the case was the same. They take up jobs to earn money while studying. This review first appeared on http: Between, I noticed something.
Amreekandesi – Masters of America
Amreekandesi English, Paperback, Mahajan Atulya. The book beautifully captures the basic Indian perspective of viewing USA and the identity crisis and the varied experiences that an Indian in the much coveted Amreeka goes through. The relationships between the room-mates, the boys and their prospective girlfriends, students and their professors, etc.
I would give the author a perfect 10 on that. And also the narratives stereotyped were something that amused me.
With Jassi’s episode, initially its wonderful but later on there’s not much character in his story. Sep 05, Puja rated it liked it. On January 20, For example, when Akhil tells his mother about being in love with a Bengali girl, she agrees instantly.
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Leave a Reply Cancel reply. I wouldn’t mind a part two and see where the characters are 5 yrs after. May 19, Amit Chhabra rated it it was amazing. The whole experience of trying to find an apartment, good room-mates, going shopping for Indian food, the thrill of seeing how grand Walmart is for the very first time, the Indian mentality of converting dollars into INR, etc.
Random House, India Genre: Both of them are on extreme opposites as far as their perspectives are concerned. Akhil, is an ardent patriot and he wishes to return to India after spending a few years abroad. I hope, this book does not go out in Amazon and publicize more on the hopelessness portrayed by the author about Indians abroad. My husband actually walked into the room, concerned, when I kept laughing, all by myself, or rather with ‘Masters of America’.
In Book ReviewUncategorized. Its all how you feel at the end after completing the book that matters. He also writes occasional humour columns for the Times of India, Crest Edition. Because the flow of the narrative is impeccable! For the others, it is just mashers reaffirmation of all that they already know.