Tag 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
I am competing with svelte models but Singapore’s Pardesi Pulse has a piece on the book here.
The Hindu review of Return to India here The human mind when faced with criticism reacts in a formulaic way– which as a lifelong student of psychology– interests me. There is denial, rejection, scorn, and rationalization. I went through all … Continue reading
I am working on Book Number 2, which will hopefully be out later this summer. It is a memoir called, “Return to India.” It will be published by Rain Tree (how I love that name), which Rupa calls “its new … Continue reading
My life: the global village Shoba Narayan Oct 12, 2011 Ten years ago, I sat at the window of my Manhattan high-rise, watching a plane fly overhead and wishing I were on it. It was a cold day in … Continue reading
It was a dog-dripping-sweat summer’s day in Southern Kerala, when ravens took refuge under drooping jacaranda, and donkeys lay spread-eagled on muddy wayside pools. We were speeding along the narrow coastal road, the black Fiat rattling ominously with every bump. … Continue reading