Keep off The Grass

Keep off The Grass ❮Reading❯ ➽ Keep off The Grass ➶ Author Karan Bajaj – Oknalubliniec.eu What Do You Do When You Are A Twenty Five Year Old Yale Graduate Making Half A Million Dollars A Year As A Hotshot Investment Banker On Wall Street You Bust Your Ass And Become A Millionaire By Thirty, Of Course Not If You Are Samrat Ratan, Born In The USA To Immigrant Indian Parents You Quit And Enrol In Business School In India Instead Samrat S Rollercoaster Journey Begins At The Indian Institute Of Management IIM In Bangalore, Where He Spends His Time Getting High On Marijuana While His Grades And Self Confidence Plummet Soon, Samrat S Quest For Identity Turns Increasingly Bizarre As It Takes Him Places He Hadn T Planned On Visiting Prison, For Example And Makes Him Do Things He Hadn T Banked On Doing Meditating Stoned With A Sexy Danish Hippie In The Himalayas, Hanging Out With A Cannibal On The Banks Of The Ganga, And Peddling Soap To The Formidable Raja Bhaiya In Benares Does Samrat Yale Valedictorian, Investment Banker, Convict, Pothead Survive His Fall From Grace

Karan Bajaj is the 1 bestselling novelist of KEEP OFF THE GRASS HarperCollins India 2008 and JOHNNY GONE DOWN HarperCollins India 2010 withthan 250,000 copies of his novels in print Both novels were optioned into films, the latter just entering pre production and slotted for a 2017 international release He was selected as one of the Top 35 Under 35 Indian by India Today and was no Karan Bajaj is the 1 bestselling novelist of KEEP OFF THE GRASS HarperCollins India 2008 and JOHNNY GONE DOWN HarperCollins India 2010 withthan 250,000 copies of his novels in print Both novels were optioned into films, the latter just entering pre production and slotted for a 2017 international release He was selected as one of the Top 35 Under 35 Indian by India Today and was nominated for all of India s top literary awards the Crossword Book of the Year, Indiaplaza Golden Quill and Teacher s Indian Achievers Awards Arts.THE YOGA OF MAX S DISCONTENT, Karan s first international novel, will be published by Penguin Random House on May 3rd 2016 It was inspired by Karan s one year spiritual sabbatical learning Yoga in a South Indian Ashram, meditating in complete silence in the Vedantic tradition in the Indian Himalayas and living as a Buddhist Monk in a Scottish monastery Now back in New York, Karan is a certified Yoga teacher attached to the Sivananda Yoga Vedanta Center while working his day job as the Chief Marketing Officer of the cult mom brand, Aden and Anais Born in 1979 into an Army family, Karan is an engineering graduate from BIT Ranchi and an MBA from the Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore He can be reached at Web www.karanbajaj.comTwitter twitter.com realkaranbajajIG instagram.com realkaranbajajEmail karan karanbajaj.comWriting Advice

❮Reading❯ ➽ Keep off The Grass  ➶ Author Karan Bajaj – Oknalubliniec.eu
  • Paperback
  • 253 pages
  • Keep off The Grass
  • Karan Bajaj
  • English
  • 08 December 2017
  • 8172237561

10 thoughts on “Keep off The Grass

  1. says:

    3.5five point someone meets English August.fun filled light hearted read of an American with Indian roots coming to India to find his inner self.Little bit of philosophy with a continuous undertone of comical delight.The last line of each chapter i...

  2. says:

    I loved the book, its been a long time since I read something so good I like his writing style very conversational, the book doesnt drag on its just enough It s a book that looks at identity, without the stupid new age crap most wri...

  3. says:

    An extremely lame attempt at Holden caulfield meets 3 idiots meets are you experienced NRI banker, goes to IIM to do a bit of soul searching, finds friends, does drugs, spurns success Nonsense predictable, bland writing.

  4. says:

    Nothing new same tried and tested formulae, 3 friend one is rich one is intelligent one is looking for inner self Don t expect much like you will discover yourself or something, you will definitely feel it s a fiction but at the time sametime it will not disappoint you One time read

  5. says:

    The thinking man s chetan bhagat is what some call the author I totally agree.Definitelyhard thought inducing than Chetan Bhagat and for me, certainlyentertaining.Some anecdotes in the movie, 3 idiots at least thefilmy parts seem to be taken from this one rather than Chetan Bhagat s five point someone But well Thats just my opinion.Anyway, a darker , a mroe satirical take on elite campus life as compared to many other contemporary,similar and concomitant works by ivy The thinking man s chetan bhagat is what some call the author I totally agree.Definitelyhard thought inducing than Chetan Bhagat and for me, certainlyentertaining.Some anecdotes in the movie, 3 idiots at least thefilmy parts seem to be taken from this one rather than Chetan Bhagat s five point someone But well Thats just my opinion.An...

  6. says:

    Keep Off the Grass is the first novel by Karan Bajaj It s the story of Samrat who leaves his Investment Bank job in Manhattan to join IIM to do MBA He comes here and what happens and is he another confused Desi in America His life goes Topsy tirvy in India and he gets lost...

  7. says:

    Dark and inspiring Its not about the destination but the journey The quest for the infinite cant be fulfilled by the finite.

  8. says:

    I am done reading Keep off the grass by Karan Bajaj I purchased this book when I was very new to this Online sites where we can get books on heavy discounts Since 3 years, this book has been on my shelf and finally, I picked this 250 pages of a wonderful odyssey and took 2 whole days to complete it I could have finished this in 3 5 hours straight but the book is so amazing that I preferred taking breaks, digesting the wonderful story and then continuing ahead And this has really paid off I am done reading Keep off the grass by Karan Bajaj I purchased this book when I was very new to this Online sites where we can get books on heavy discounts Since 3 years, this book has been on my shelf and finally, I picked this 250 pages of a wonderful odyssey and took...

  9. says:

    I was hooked, I read in time of a personal crisis and the humor helped me calm down enough to sleep peacefully

  10. says:

    It would be apt to review this book in bullet points, I think considering how the protagonist perpetually hated management practices and consistently reminded us of that The book raises the right question and I think there is only one the one we all, almost always, ask and fail to find an appropriate answer to In the end, the protagonist does not really find the answer he just decides to walk ahead in a certain direction, full of confusions and doubts and hope In my view, that is the It would be apt to review this book in bullet points, I think considering how the protagonist perpetually hated management practices and consistently reminded us of that The book raises the right question and I think there is only one the one we all, almost always, ask and fail to find an appropriate answer to In the end, the protagonist does not really find the answer he just decides to walk ahead in a certain direction, full of confusions and doubts and hope In my view, that is the best answer when y...

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