Desh Aur Diaspora: Forgotten India, Longing to Go Back or Deciding to Exit? Frank Raj

ISBN: 9781466301016

Published: February 1st 2012

Paperback

406 pages


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Desh Aur Diaspora: Forgotten India, Longing to Go Back or Deciding to Exit?  by  Frank Raj

Desh Aur Diaspora: Forgotten India, Longing to Go Back or Deciding to Exit? by Frank Raj
February 1st 2012 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, RTF | 406 pages | ISBN: 9781466301016 | 5.59 Mb

DESI OR PARDESI: Out Of India For Good, Or Will You Return? Have you forgotten India or do you long to return? Or may be you plan to leave its shores. Wherever you are in the world, if you are of Indian origin Desh Aur Diaspora will tug at your heartMoreDESI OR PARDESI: Out Of India For Good, Or Will You Return? Have you forgotten India or do you long to return? Or may be you plan to leave its shores. Wherever you are in the world, if you are of Indian origin Desh Aur Diaspora will tug at your heart strings and give you food for thought.

A permanent exit from India is difficult for most Indians. But whatever your plans, Desh Aur Diaspora has useful insights and a provocative fusion of challenge and hope in its nearly two decade collection of thought provoking editorials from The International Indian magazine. (www.theinternationalindian.com). Desh Aur Diaspora is a nostalgic yet unyielding take on heart and homeland that demands more of all Indians. Trials and dilemmas that confront people in India and the Diaspora may be similar, but they are not the same.

Isolation overseas can intensify the inevitable gamut of hardships: extended family heartaches and expectations, marriage, raising children, elder care and respect, divorce, racism, job discrimination, uprootedness, friendships, community, identity, finding a spiritual anchor etc.

Desh Aur Diaspora addresses many of these issues. In the battle for hearts and minds, ideas have consequences and Desh Aur Diaspora audaciously tackles self imposed personal, social, political and spiritual roadblocks that people unthinkingly keep or acquire, often creating impediments to success, objectivity, understanding and real freedom. Desh Aur Diaspora engages you with inspiring concepts, inviting debate to shape a well rounded worldview that combines a passionate love of country with a determination to excel and make a difference at home and abroad.

Frank Raj is the founder, editor and publisher of The International Indian, the oldest, authoritative magazine of Gulf-Indian society and history since 1992. His column No 2 Religion Yes 2 Faith is published in the Communities at The Washington Times (http: //communities.washingtontimes.com/neigh...) and he is co-author of The Universal Book Of The Scriptures.



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