- Paperback: 180 pages
- Publisher: Leadstart Publishing Private Limited (1 October 2015)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 9352013816
- ISBN-13: 978-9352013814
- Product Dimensions: 12.7 x 1.1 x 20.3 cm
- Average Customer Review: 14 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #1,35,835 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Ambling Indian Paperback – 1 Oct 2015
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About the Author
"Aina Rao, the author and creator of the 'Ambling Indian' character is a Silver medallist from IIT Delhi and a topper from IIM Bangalore. She is a financial services professional by training and a singer and writer by passion. Having travelled extensively across many countries and now living in Bangalore, the Indian Silicon valley, she brings her hilarious and thought-provoking experiences, ambling along as the 'aam aurat'; the common woman, to her quirky writings and talks on India. Her blog, hosted on www.amblingindian.com, has thousands of views worldwide and has featured in msn.co.in, as the editor's pick. She has also written for the Financial Times publications in London and is writing a series of books, the first one being Ambling Indian - a rollicking, fun trip across India. Aina Rao, The amblingindian TM"
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I started reading it on a Saturday, and finished it the next day . This is great since I normally read books over many days, I was so hooked to this one. Like you have to visit India to feel it. You have to read this book to experience it.
She starts off covering India with a very dispassionate view and takes a detached, Funny look at things around her. Her life and the life of India also take unexpected twists and turns along the way. After a long stint of reporting about all the curious things she sees, she gets very involved . she becomes involved and decides to change herself too.
the humor is nicely packaged and not vulgar . It shows the talent of the writer- and makes for a very nice, completely enjoyable read.
Brings a smile on the lips many times.
Looses grip a few times when there is change in topic and flow.
Like the names Aina - Reflecting on the issues and Runny a typical Indian male Running away from the issues and situations.
Humor, fun and chaos experienced by a common woman shine through quite nicely in a simple language anyone would love reading.
A book worth reading with humor, suspense and scintillating story.
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