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India from the eyes of Western Expats

Saw this interesting post Shantanu Ghosh’s blog on blogs by expats living in India – from Europe and US. Their perspectives – though cliched at times can be humorous and interesting! I spent some time going through these blogs.. you may like them too:

Delhi Struggle: by a couple from New York and living in South Delhi (Green Park). I found their take pretty interesting, although it is cliched at times. As they say in the “About” page that living in Delhi has its insanity – I guess it is true for anyone who comes from outside. It takes time to learn that in India there is a language behind this chaos.. a method in the madness that once you learn, its very easy to live then! Anyways, I would recommend this blog.

Michael’s India: This is a blog by an expat who works for Target Corp. Target has a fairly big hiring for India and has some operation over there. His location is Bangalore and I guess the best thing about his blog are his pictures. He seems to like kids and gets them pretty well in his camera!

I liked his Rama Naumi post. Touching that he went to Raghu’s village to celebrate the festival there.

Snidknits: Is a blog by Cindy who lives in Bangalore and likes knitting. She again does a good job of taking some interesting pictures.. and displays her knitting acumen fairly well. I liked her blogs as well. She has very interesting post on her visit to Hampi and the experience of travelling on Indian train on an RAC!

Also read:  Height of Innovation of Indian Software Programmers!

Cindy’s husband Bryan also writes a blog and has even more pictures 😉 and this is his post on their visit to Hampi.

Loud Americans: yet another blog by an American. She also seems to be related to Target Corp. She explains how her kids are learning Hindi along with other local languages (Tamil and Kannada). Again, very readable blog.

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