Sari of the Gods: Stories
Sari of the Gods presents the dual lives of immigrants, specifically Indian Americans. The stories, divided into three distinct sections, introduce us to the multifaceted challenges people encounter when they are divided between cultures. With poignancy and humor, Chandra portrays the confusion, miscommunication, and misplaced ambitions of many new citizens. Exploring the meaning of place, he shows how "home" can be lost forever and reveals the universal feelings of alienation that underlie the desire for understanding and peace.
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