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If you liked the movie, Chichore, I recommend you give this a read.
Gives great insights to what a thinking man’s experience in Silicon Valley (90-2010) may have looked like .. could relate to many things - job descriptions, friend hangouts, family, India and dealing with it .. even the desires and sexual ideas of a typical Desi / IITian
The style is languid, easy and brisk .. reminded me of Rushdie writing in 3rd person about himself
There are deep philosophical ideas around life, purpose, being human, philosophy etc which probably deserve more long form essays / books .. separate from the story of a man ..
It has a very Indian feel and the 90s immigrants should definitely read it .. but perhaps also other folks can read to get an Indian POV.
This book gets inside the head of Ved, a 36-year-old man from India working for a large IT company. Ved is unmarried, unable to either go along with his parents' expectations of an arranged marriage, or find himself a mate in the US - though he has had some more or less satisfying relationships with women. He's having a hard time keeping up with the rapidly moving field, and has shifted sideways into a less demanding job. But the field is volatile, and the Dot Com Crash about to happen. He has several old friends from India who've settled in Silicon Valley, but though they remain friends, their lives have diverged. His values have changed. He doesn't buy into their everyday prejudices.
The book ended too soon. I wanted more. Though it's a sensible resolution to the story, I still wanted to follow Ved and the other characters into the next phase of their lives.