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The Crazy Desi Book


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Plunge into a world where wit, constructive sarcasm and art come together to hold you captive.  See how your smiles grow into chortles through an incredibly fun-filled read. And prepare yourself for some frenetic fun, with this Toehold edition of The Crazy Desi Book, compiled by Ananth Shankar and Nidhi Jaipuria to help you 'toon' in to travel in India, Toehold style!

Unique animal characters, dubbed as 'manimals', use cool lingo for a whacky and wild take on a typical Indian glimpse of life, which the authors term a 'pun'ishing look at travel!
And through the medium of cartoons, the book celebrates the overwhelming diversity that India is known for, and brimming with its rib-tickling portrayal of idiosyncratic Indian experiences, The Crazy Desi Book will keep you hooked till you lose grip on it by rolling off the bed or the chair – as might be applicable.

Specifications
Dimensions202mm x 202mm (7.95 inches)
Number of Pages: 62
Warranty: 6 months against manufacturing defects.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
(AND PROMPTLY GIVEN ANSWERS)

Curious!  Is this a comic book?
No.  This is not a comic book with an indestructible cape-wearing hero undertaking perilous interstellar missions using his indigenous jetpack to save the universe from a galactic apocalypse.  Or anything on the lines.

Is this a children's book?
Since there is no indestructible cape-wearing hero undertaking perilous interstellar missions using his indigenous jetpack to save the universe from a galactic apocalypse, or anything on the lines, we wouldn't say so.  But children are known to like it.

Is this a handbook or guide of some kind?
No; it's not a guide, and we strongly caution you against treating it as such.

Then what on earth is it?
It's a satirical cartoon book by Ananth Shankar and Nidhi Jaipuria.  Read the description above for more details!

Is this suitable for my children?
Absolutely!  There is no (ab)use of language that'd make it unsuitable for your child.  In fact, the intelligence and humour in the book are likely to delight them and aid their intellectual flowering.