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Yet, the India I experienced was much different than the one this book portrays. India, even though it still hasn't caught up yet, is learning to quickly modernize. One thing that I thought the book got right was the great details about the different foods one could find here. I have yet to be disappointed with the book's list. Kolanad is a witty writer, and she makes descriptions of mundane activities (going to the bathroom there, for example) funny and Obviously, I am interested in Indian culture, and this book offers a great view of what life is really like in "Mother India. I don't read a lot of travel books, but I borrowed this one from a friend, who got it from a fellow yoga teacher.
Each "Culture Shock!" title is written by someone who's lived and worked in the country, and each book is packed with practical, accurate, and enjoyable information to help you find your way and feel at home.
Culture shock! : India. Kolanad, Gitanjali. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. org on August 11, 2011.
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Gitanjali Kolanad, born in 1954, grew up partly in India and partly in Canada, and has lived in the USA, Singapore and . I strongly recommend this book for those travelling to India for the first time and who are keen to learn a bit more about Indian culture.
Gitanjali Kolanad, born in 1954, grew up partly in India and partly in Canada, and has lived in the USA, Singapore and Germany as well. She has been involved in the practice, performance and teaching of Bharata Natyam for more than 30 years, travelling to major cities of North America, Europe and Asia. She has travelled extensively all over India, both as a tourist and while working with volunteer organisations.
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