Book Review of Milk Lady

Narayan’s portrayal of Sarala and her family was definitely the best part of this book for me. It reminded me that I know people like them too; and that their interactions with us make our lives all the more worthwhile and well-lived.

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Thanks, Washington Review of Books

In The Milk Lady of Bangalore, Narayan artfully chronicles her adventures into the world of bovine divinity and shares what she’s learned about how cows are woven into the fabric of Hindu culture. This book will teach readers everything they’ve ever wanted to know about the importance of cows in Indian society.

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Milk Lady in Bustle’s list

Thank you, Bustle, for including my book in your self-care list 15 Feel-Good Books To Read On A Self Care Break ByKRISTIAN WILSON2 days ago ‘The Milk Lady of Bangalore: An Unexpected Adventure’ by Shoba Narayan Recently returned to India from the U.S., author Shoba Narayan befriends a milk vendor named Sarala, who blesses apartments…

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Tory Burch chooses my book!

The Milk Lady of Bangalore is a joy — and the charm only augments when you learn it’s a true story. Journalist Shoba Narayan (New York Times, Condé Nast Traveler, Wall Street Journal) returns to India with her family after nearly two decades in the U.S.

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Thank you San Francisco Chronicle….

The Milk Lady of Bangalore, by Shoba Narayan: A delightful glimpse at the idiosyncrasies of life in modern India. After 20 years living in New York City, the author and her husband return to India so their two children will grow up knowing their extended family and culture.

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Saathee Magazine…thank you very much.

I have been white water rafting in North Carolina, hiking in Virginia and stayed at charming hotels in South Carolina and Georgia.  Don’t know the Indian population there as well though.  Gratified to get this email today. Hi Shoba, Here’s a great review of your book in Saathee, a monthly publication serving the South Asian Community of…

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