Category Archives: Return to India
A Tagore quote prompted this piece. The quote is included in the piece published in The National here and pasted below. The National Conversation After a return to India, life has become more interrupted Shoba Narayan Aug 14, 2013 Ever … Continue reading
Thank you, Lavanya Shanbogue, for the plug. Interview here.
A piece that came out in Femina a while ago about Return to India. Did I post it before. I did a search on ‘Femina’ in this blog and couldn’t find it. Here it is dear shoba how are you? … Continue reading
I had wondered and worried about how this would turn out. It actually turned out to be quite wonderful. Five women talking here
Lovely explanation by Dani Shapiro here.
Some time ago, when my book was published, I sent the following email to NDTV. From: Shoba Narayan Subject: Immigrant angst, NRIs, diaspora Date: October 7, 2012 11:13:23 AM GMT+05:30 To: newsdesk@Ndtv.com Dear NDTV newsdesk: I am sure you get … Continue reading
Thank you Kari O’ Driscoll for the kind review here Author: Shoba Narayan ISBN: 978-0988415799 Shoba Narayan’s memoir is as much the story of an immigrant to a foreign country as it is the story of how becoming a mother … Continue reading
Longing to Belong By Deepa Padmanaban February 2013 Shoba Narayan is living in India and loving it. Why did Narayan, a successful author who spent some of her “best years” in the United States, go back to her homeland—and … Continue reading
I have been following r2iclubforums for years and years. I have written about this forum in my book, Return to India. When I posted in the forum recently to publicize my book, the organizers came back to me with a … Continue reading