Thank you, Portland Book Review

Shoba’s love for her country is eloquently described. I never thought a story about a cow could be so entertaining. The Milk Lady of Bangalore is an absorbing book and readers are likely to not notice the hours flying by. This is truly an enjoyable read.

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Pre-order my book

This is the moment when the author tries to charm, cajole, plead and threaten her family, friends, relatives (and people who cordially dislike her) into buying her book.  So let me dispense with all that and just say…. The Indian edition of my book is out March 6. Please pre-order my book here if you…

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Book Likes: a reader community. Thanks.

In this charming true story about two women and the animal they share, readers are treated to an insider’s of view of India. The Milk Lady of Bangalore is also a window into our universal connection to food and its sources, the intricacies of female friendship, and our relationship to all animals.

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Washington Independent 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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Book Page’s Book of the Day. Yay!

Which book lover doesn’t love libraries? The idea and the reality.  In India, my library visits are limited to Neev School library and all my neighborhood lending libraries– Just Books, Bangalore Club, etc.  But Book Page is a glorious tribute to this idea.  So thank you for choosing my book as the Book of the…

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Real Simple magazine– thank you

I have been reading Real Simple forever.  In the hopes that my life and home will become, like Marie Kondo, full of objects that give joy, or become Real Simple.  So I was thrilled when a writer got in touch about my book.  Thank you for the plug

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