Desi Tales: Indian and Pakistani Tales
Desi (pronounced they-see) tales is a humorous take on lesser written about elements of Pakistani and Indian culture. From a young generation of liberal leftists that baffle everyone, Pakistan television soap operas, credit card debt, the odd recruits of a well meaning MSA president, reluctant suitors, scarves, mosque administrations to people with unusual shopping habits. Desi tales is a view askew of modern Indian and Pakistani expatriate culture.
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