She’s got a coterie of friends – one single woman, one ‘getting a divorce’ woman and a Gay couple, a mother who nags Aisha about her. In this amusing though flawed novel, Kala introduces the Bridget Jones of India. Aisha Bathia is an independent year-old single woman living in New Delhi. : Almost Single eBook: Advaita Kala: Kindle Store.
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Book Review of “Almost Single” By Advaita Kala | soniareviews
As an Indian woman, Aisha lives in a culture steeped in tradition. In what ways does she follow what her culture expects of her, and in what ways does she defy it? Do you defy what your culture expects of you in any ways? Aisha and her friends share a bond that is based on their being unmarried women in a culture where it is expected to marry almlst.
What other bonds do they share, and how are they revealed? In what ways does it differ?
At the end of the novel, Aisha is chagrined because her friends are moving on. Do you think that Aisha grows throughout the novel? Towards the end of the book, Aisha says: How do you think that Aisha and her friends reflect this statement?
Do you think that this sentiment might be different for men?
Do you think that U. Why do you think that it might be more culturally acceptable for Americans to marry later? Do you agree that getting married later affords adait a more developed sense of self, or do you think that it can work the other way around?
What do you think of the relationship that Aisha and Karan share? But one day at her hotel, in walks Karan Verma, a sexy investment banker from the Big Apple.
Will he finally be the one to rescue her from impending spinsterhood? Or does she even want to be rescued? We hope they will enrich your experience of this delightfully funny look at finding love.
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