In this amusing though flawed novel, Kala introduces the Bridget Jones of India. Aisha Bathia is an independent year-old single woman living in New Delhi. : Almost Single eBook: Advaita Kala: Kindle Store. Almost Single. Is There Such A Thing As A Perfect Relationship? Advaita Kala No Comments | Write Review. Fiction.
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The only reason I want to write this review, is to tell how much I hate this book. By end of it just glaned through pages to read to end.
Despite these gems, towards the end the plot and the people become too superficial. I wish I had never picked this one up. I have, however, been in Delhi for nearly two years now, which is a record of sorts for the recent past. Mar 31, Samir Dhond rated it liked it. At 29 she is not supposed to be unmarried.
Totally crushing the charm of reading and enjoying a novella. The novel offers the idea that a better aadvaita, a better wardrobe, a better job, a better man are not yet out of reach. But there is no freshness in the dialogues and neither in the story line. Any comparison to Bridget Jones is a terrible insult to that book’s author.
I need to disconnect and feel that urge within me to start writing again, some sort of trigger. There are tims when you laugh out loud with Aisha and then moments when you’d like to slap her Kxla best parts are the emotional and societal events in a 29 year old single, surviving alone, pressured with a high profile, higher expectant job title, with a f This book is a complete hilarious with loads of fun factor.
I also feel that the book articulates,subtly, the fact that there are people who think they almosf modern but are torn between modernity and tranditions. The protagonists represent a certain substantial population of present day India.
Advxita The eBooks you want at the lowest prices. Jun 29, Elysal rated it did not like it. It advaia just the reverse for women. I started to read and kept on saying such a bad rip off of Bridget jones. Lists with This Book. In the early chapters, I didn’t feel this to be a novel in an Indian setting, I felt the characters, basically everything, is too westernized. I have great friends and family, and their support has been tremendous.
It still showed some spark in pockets until I came to the last two capters of the book. In this amusing though flawed novel, Kala introduces the Bridget Jones of India.
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An easy breezy read of light entertainment. The chemistry between the main couple was non existent. The one cultural part that was thoroughly explained was dingle highlight of the book. Other than the language and cultural barrier, the story itself was unoriginal with a strange ending. Amour becomes a career, a vocation. The Best Books of Story doesn’t stay with you. I felt the book dragged its feet so to speak from the time Gucci Mamma appears on the scene.
The book makes you believe in real life, that there will never be a perfect day, time, situation, people, kapa the situations that happen with everyone, and teaches you to take life easy. Kzla 05, Komal Mehta rated it really liked it Shelves: You are commenting using your WordPress. I’d absolutely check out more Chick-lit like this! Very possible situations, relatable characters and real This review first published on Oh Just Books.
Relatable for any young indian girl.
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With her two best friends, Misha and Anushka recently divorced from her cheating husbandBathia searches for advqita, trying everything from online dating to fasting during Karva Chauth, aadvaita traditional Hindu festival for married women. Jan 08, Namitha Varma rated it it was ok Shelves: Aisha is a great protagonist and shines through. The characters needed far more development if I was supposed to care. We’re not here to grow and discover the secret depths in people with Aisha, we’re here to make fun of the world with her.
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From the Trade Paperback edition. But then, I do not know any hard-partying, pagetype people. There were several cultural references, which were not given supporting details to help a No Originally published in India, much of the book was lost in translation or more accurately, not translated at all.