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In this hilariously written narrative, Poor Indian Graduate Students, Sadanandan shares many entertaining anecdotes about different stages in his life, from moving to the United States, to completing his degree and even his experiences with the opposite sex. Readers can also expect to find an interesting perspective about the cultural shock that is experienced by the thousands of Indian students who make the annual pilgrimage to the US. Through his storytelling, the author offers suggestions about what students can expect when they immigrate to the US for their studies.
In Poor Indian Graduate Students, the authors begins by talking about the most defining moment of his life, moving to the U.S. because the love of his life was moving there. Sadanand reveals more shocking details about the unexplored freedoms that come when there is no parental supervision. Some experiences that the author cites are dating multiple girls, courting a girl who had just broken up with his best friend, drinking binges, and the challenges that come with living in a new culture.
About Anish Sadanandan
Anish Sadanandan is a Publisher Delivery Manager at Tribal Fusion, which is the world's leading online advertisers.He also contributes regularly to blogs such as iMedia.
Poor Indian Graduate Student is his debut novel, published in 2011 by Shree.
In Poor Indian Graduate Student, Sadanandan uses the narrative writing style to recount some of the incidents that have defined his life.
Sadanandan's interests include remaining up to date with the current trends in technology and blogging. He is also a sports enthusiast.