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Most of the stories around inviting parents to stay with the son or daughter on a foreign soil rings exactly the same. The very predictable washing of clothes, rich cooking, lifestyle, everything becomes an issue. Perhaps this book was written a while ago and that's why all the stories sound exactly the same. For today, times have changed not just for the younger generation but also for the older. India is no longer the traditional backward, simplistic India. 
The other stories in this book are all right but wrought with emotion and tidal tears. 
I liked some of the stories and wouldn't read the others again.

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    I get lost in books and live their lives until I turn the last page. I ponder a while, carry the laughter, shed a few tears and sigh. Then the thirst for more arises. 


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