NRI:Now, Returned to India

By Amar Vyas

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Moving back to India was the last thing on Amol Dixit's mind when he was leading a carefree life in Chicago. But one day, he found himself sleeping on the streets of Mumbai. Now, Returned to India,is a humorous account and a Back-To-Rags story of Amol Dixit, a man in his early thirties, who relocates to India in haste. A series of missteps throw his life in turmoil and cost him the woman he loves. He also learns that living with his parents, Aai and Baba, after nearly fifteen years is not easy. Disagreements with his boss Paresh eventually leads him to quit his job and he goes broke. Amol learns the hard way that living in India is no cakewalk and his life becomes a How To Guide (rather, How Not To Guide) about making an unplanned move to India. Will he decide to return to his life in North America? What will he do to climb out of the hole he is in? Will he find his life partner the arranged marriage way? Most importantly, will he discover what being a NRI actually means?


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Moving back to India was the last thing on Amol Dixit's mind when he was leading a carefree life in Chicago. But one day, he found himself sleeping on the streets of Mumbai. Now, Returned to India,is a humorous account and a Back-To-Rags story of Amol Dixit, a man in his early thirties, who relocates to India in haste. A series of missteps throw his life in turmoil and cost him the woman he loves. He also learns that living with his parents, Aai and Baba, after nearly fifteen years is not easy. Disagreements with his boss Paresh eventually leads him to quit his job and he goes broke. Amol learns the hard way that living in India is no cakewalk and his life becomes a How To Guide (rather, How Not To Guide) about making an unplanned move to India. Will he decide to return to his life in N...


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Amar Vyas describes himself as a husband, nature lover, writer, and author of the Amol Dixit series of books. A self-described nomad, Amar has lived in fifteen cities over the past twenty years, including the two years he spent at the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign as a graduate student. Amar returned to India in 2008 after living for nearly a decade in the United States. Two years into his Indian adventure, he went to the Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad for his MBA. Presently he lives in Bengaluru (Bangalore) in India. In his spare time, Amar likes exploring offbeat places, learning Gujarati from his wife, spending time with his dog, Buddy, and exploring his new hometown-Bangalore.


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Amar Vyas describes himself as a husband, nature lover, writer, and author of the Amol Dixit series of books. A self-described nomad, Amar has lived in fifteen cities over the past twenty years, including the two years he spent at the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign as a graduate student. Amar returned to India in 2008 after living for nearly a decade in the United States. Two years ...


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Writing the Third book in the series for Nanowrimo

13 November

For Nanowrimo, I am writing the third book in the series: Urban, Sophisticated: Amol joins an upmarket retail store chain following a chance meeting. He and M reluctantly move to Gurgaon, where Amol starts his new job as a merchandiser for the kidswear section. For two quarters in a row, Amol’s forecasts go horribly wrong: girls’ clothes are completely sold out in the cities, whereas the stores in smaller towns run out of clothing for boys. Amol has one last chance to get things right. One day, he makes a discovery that not only provides the solution to his problem, but also changes his life forever. Around the same time, M announces that their first child is on its way. While Amol is working really hard to prove himself at work, he and M wonder: are they Urban, Sophisticated?


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