Editorial Reviews. About the Author. Karan Bajaj is the author of Keep Off the Grass, which has been on bestseller lists in India since its release in After two contemporary Indian novels Karan Bajaj an Indian American Author, came with his third novel “Keep Off the Grass”. Now available. Keep off the grass. by Karan on May 28, Views | Like. G+ a Yogic life in the heart of the material world. I can be reached at karan[at]
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Actually it would have been a great read if the boring stuff like elaborating the investment banking details. I think Karan has done a great job in his first book.
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Karan Bajaj has a very special voice and talent, telling his story in bajajj simple, dynamic manner that immediately plunges you into a fictive dream. Keep off the Grass – Karan Bajj. Each chapter is on average about 25 pages. One may lose the grip while reading.
Keep off the Grass Karan Bajaj 3 stars out of 5 Gripping. Oct 30, So go for it I was hooked, I read in time of a personal crisis and the humor helped me calm down enough to sleep peacefully.
It’s the story of the rat race we all go through and still going through! Item s unavailable for purchase. Took me back to my B school days.
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December 1, Imprint: The review must be at least 50 characters long. This is a novel of self discovery and how Samrat reaches there is what the book about. I’ll admit to having a ah ha moment when I figured out the play on words with the title but closer to the end there is another ooh maybe that is what the author means.
For 10 months, it went untouched, as I was into serious ‘Conversations with God’ by Walsh and good old ‘Oliver Twist’. Cry, Laugh but Think. The Story of a Girl among the Stars. He has kept all the incidents short and up-to-the-mark. Wholeheartedly recommended to all PGP folks – particularly those who were in section B. You can read this item using any of the following Karzn apps and devices: We will get back to you shortly.
I would want to know who Sarkar is other than the dude in love with ganja and devil may care attitude. Archived from the original on lff March It might look like from the back cover that it’s about some investment banker leaving his wall street job and coming to find his true calling in India, however it’s not just that! The story takes you through many adventures like sharing joints and boozes with friends, flesh-eating Aghori saints on the banks of the river Ganges in Benares, meditating on the hills of the Himalayas, steamy one-night-stands in Dharamshala.
I loved the book also because Karan has based several of the characters in the book on the real people who were our classmates at IIM B. The book tbe not shake you out of limbo but will give a gentle nudge in the right direction. Come on, there not many investment bankers or management students reading the novels. Nov 10, Try to finish complete chapter in single, continuous attempt. It is something that is grown illegally and is devoured by people who are supposedly searching for some clarity in their lives while being lost bsjaj the cloud of smoke it And the funny situations created and expression.
I ,eep been fascinated by stories taking place in India lately and have enjoyed both books I have read by Karan Bajaj. Some anecdotes in the movie, ‘3 idiots’ at least the more ‘filmy’ parts seem to be taken from this one rather than Chetan Bhagat’s ‘five point someone’. Not everybody will find this book as interesting. Dec 31, Atul rated it it was amazing. One thing it clearly says that “grass not weed will always be greener on the other side” and we humans, whether privileged or achievers, will always be cribbers and happiness is different for kran Enabled Amazon Best Sellers Rank: Karan Bajaj has a very special voice kepe talent, telling his story in a simple, dynamic manner that immediately plunges you into a fictive dream.
Samrat baajaj perpetually stoned and experiences bizarre adventures, including sharing a smoke with and being almost consumed by flesh-eating Aghori saints on the banks of the river Ganges in Benares, meditating on the foothills of the mighty Himalayas, and indulging in a one-night stand with a Danish hippie in Dharamshala.
Little bit of philosophy with a continuous undertone of comical delight.