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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Summary 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 karsn Wall Street?
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. You bust your ass and become a millionaire by thirty, of course. Even though the plot and the theme of the book is NOT so original and I krep not digest it on first, but the taste of Karan is quite intriguing to keep this book away. This is a book about Samrat who is wanting to find out more about himself by venturing to India where his parents left to set up a life in the US. Retrieved 14 March I loved this book. My favourite quote from the book?
His life goes Topsy tirvy in India and he gets lost in the smoke of Grass or Marijuana and rivers of alcohol. It might look like from the back cover that it’s about some investment banker leaving his wall street ksran and coming to find his true calling in India, however it’s not just that! Also I loved this book. There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
I have been fascinated by stories taking place in India lately and have enjoyed both books I have read by Karan Bajaj. Thanks for telling us about the problem.
Is it all to it? Withoutabox Submit to Film Festivals. Paperbackpages. Wholeheartedly recommended to all PGP folks – particularly those who were in section B. Mar 02, Actually, this book was not as interesting for me as the first one.
Born in into an Army family, Karan studied in various schools bajwj New Delhi, Shimla, Lucknow, Jabalpur, Assam, Ranchi and Bangalore and regards his interest in backpacking and travel as key writing inspirations.
Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Aug 31, Zainab Ahmed rated it it was ok. I mean it talks about the life on campus. Somehow it fells as the author lost the interest in story telling in the end.
Samrat decides to head off to India on a whim to take courses at a business school where he meets some very interesting new friends.
Enter your email address. So I took interest in this author and came across this book.
Written in the first person, the protagonist, Samrat, will charm you with his carefree, outside-the-box perspective on the world. You stay the course, and become a millionaire by thirty, of course. In the initial paragraphs itself, you get an idea that you are going to read something that shall remain with you laran a long time in life. On the whole, it was a personal trip for me.
Keep Off The Grass by Karan Bajaj
The story is told by Samrat as a memory of his journey. Apr 02, Ramya Idea Smith rated it liked it.
It really was a new story line for myself, with some ganja, sex and foul language. To justify genuineness of your review kindly attach purchase proof Browse. Oct 07, Everything from the epilogue to the last page is sheer enjoyment.
Keep Off the Grass – Karan Bajaj | #1 Bestselling Author
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. I still wonder about Ruskin Bond, the only good thing was the cover of this book which is good, dare I say better then story. I really enjoyed the characters in this book and found the story line to have a steady flow to it.
I smiled to myself many times just because I could remember the actual people saying stuff that they say in the book. Otherwise you will loose the link. Next page of related Sponsored Products. I wish the book had about 50 more pages describing his adventures in the Himalayas, Benares and Manhattan; just mentioning those exciting locations and narrating a two-three page long experience each time is not enough.
His life becomes nothing less than a roller-coaster ride thereon. An amazing style, Karan Bajaj. The book begins with a part where 2 characters are in jailwhile one is crying and fearing he might be raped in jail, the other is coll abd calm.
Both novels were optioned into films, the latter just entering pre-production and slotted for a international release. 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 dif Would you like to report poor quality or formatting in this book?
The last reason is the only factor influencing a rating-drop from a potential 4 pointer to a 3 pointer No one has ever captured the real mind and heart of a youth who is totally clueless about his life.
He has made it sure that every time a page is turned, a reader does not continue with the same thing that was going on the previous page and he gets something new to read.