Now, Returned to India is a play on words on the term “NRI” (Non Resident Indian) which is a term often used to refer to the Indian diaspora.
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About This Book
The book follows the life of a 30 year old man who relocates to India with every intention of heading back to North America after an year. Even though he is born and raised in India, he has never worked there. His back to India story starts on a disastrous note. For the first few months, nothing seems to be going right for him. Frustrations at the workplace are not the only challenge that he has to undergo. Readjusting to living with his parents and the presence of a very large extended family in the neighborhood further complicate his life.
One year passes by faster than he had expected, and he is ready to leave India. But something happens and he decides to stay put. That’s when the downhill journey really begins. If the first year was bad, the second year seems worse. That is, until he decides to take charge of his life.
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About NRI:Now, Returned to India
Now, Returned to India is a Back-to-Rags story of a NRI who left for India and never went back.
When Amol Dixit left Chicago for India eighteen months ago, he had not imagined that he would find himself sleeping on the streets of Mumbai one day. He had planned to spend a year with his family in Pune and return to North America. When the year came to an end, he chose to stay back. And that’s when things really started going downhill. Very soon, he would be broke, unemployed and married. But Amol knew that his life was soon going to change for the better. Gyaani Baba had told him so.
NRI:Now, Returned to India Podcast
The audio version of this book is narrated by the author in his own voice, and each week, one chapter of this book will be released. We will bring you this book in three languages: English, Hindi and Marathi. You can learn more about this book at myBook.to/NRI
You can listen to the podcast below.