A Tale of Two Indians - Maharshi Patel Reviews
Description:ISBN 9350291150 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Maharshi Patel / Paperback / 208 Pages / Book is published 2011-07-01 by HarperCollins India
Newest Review: ... to see the stark contrasts between a life of privilege in the USA and a more modest and much harder life in India. ~"I ... more
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~"There is enough on this earth to satisfy every man's need but not every man's greed" Bhogi Patel~ Maharshi Patel is a well-to-do student attending a top US university and spoilt by his successful oncologist father and his doting mother. He is arrogant, selfish and self-indulgent. He likes fast cars and expensive watches not because they're fast or they tell the time better but because they tell everyone around him just how wonderful his life is. There's no point being a success if the world can't SEE how fabulous your life is, after all. When a series of deaths amongst family and friends sends his privileged lifestyle off its axis, Maharshi has a ... Read the complete review
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