Mother of 2 kids in their 20's.
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Ha! I thought another book by an Indian, who just can't look beyond the mantra that has been drilled into us - India is the best. But my friend recommended that I read the 3 chapters that has been put up. Frankly speaking, I wanted to put it down while reading the 1st chapter, but wanted to keep up my promise. Then the style of writing & the debates within kept me interested. Don't agree with some of the views of Vinati, but I am intrigued to read where she takes us with this debate. This is a constant battle in our minds on what is the best way of making sure that our kids growing up outside of India love India? My question is why? We are the ones lost in 'transit' & not our kids. All the very best, Vinati, on getting the book published & seeing the colourful copy on the book stands in all the airports as well.
Glad you kept reading Sheila! I have many more interesting chapters written on academics, jobs, shaadi etc.