[Epub] Salaam, Paris By Kavita Daswani – Landyshi.info

Salaam, Paris Tanaya Shah Longs For The Wonderful World Of Paris, The World That She Fell In Love With While Watching Audrey Hepburn In Sabrina So When A Proposal Comes Along For An Arranged Marriage With A Man Who Is Living In Paris, Tanaya Seizes The Chance But Once She Lands In The City, She Shuns The Match A Stroke Of Luck Turns Tanaya Into A Supermodel, And Soon The Traditional Girl Is Cavorting With Rock Stars And Is Disowned By Her Family.In Her New Whirlwind Life, She Is Reintroduced To The Man She Was Supposed To Marry, The Man She Now Realizes She Should Have Never Walked Away From, The Man Who Is Her Only Connection To The Family She Longs To Reconcile With, If Only It S Not Too Late.


About the Author: Kavita Daswani

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10 thoughts on “Salaam, Paris

  1. says:

    This is a fast read, very much in the chicklit genre but at its core has the problem of how far an Indian Muslim girl should determine her own life and how much she should remain true to the traditional way her family are trying to enforce The problem is compounded by the fact she becomes a top model and although the supposed baggage of lovers, drugs and a wild life are not true in her case, who would believe


  2. says:

    Salaam Paris is about a 19 year old Indian Muslim girl, Tanaya Shah, from a conservative family She leaves Mumbai to go to Paris under the guise of meeting the man she has been promised to Once in Paris, she breaks away from her family Ignoring the gnawing guilt of behaving unlike a good Muslim and to find the her individual freedom that she romantically links with Paris, having dreamed of achieving Zen like satisf


  3. says:

    Maybe because I m muslim, I loved the film Sabrina, I seemed to get the gist of the book s message Although it is very un realistic, the way was written does have heart It s not terrible, but not everyone can relate to it, or it s hard to rela...


  4. says:

    Fantastic A quick read with many emotional roller coasters..It s like watching a Bollywood movie but with substance


  5. says:

    I picked up Salaam, Paris by Kavita Daswani as a sale book, so I didn t have big expectations It s about Tanaya, a young Muslim Indian woman who s always dreamed of living in Paris When her family wants her to marry a Muslim man living in Paris she agrees to go meet him, but instead turns her back on the arrangement and lives an independent life, eventually becoming a fashion model The usual conflicts arise feeling torn between her


  6. says:

    Salaam, Paris traces the journey of a young Muslim girl, Tanaya Shah, who hails from a conservative family in Mumbai All her life she had been expected to fit into the cliched role of a housewife, learning how to cook and look after her husband But Tanaya s secret dream is to achieve a zen like satisfaction like Audrey Hepburn in Sabrina.She finally gets a chance to leave Mumbai and go to Paris under the pretext of meeting the man she is


  7. says:

    Now I did like for Matrimonial Purposes and Indie Girl, written by Kavita Daswani Neither is the though provoking depths of Vikram Seth, but they were enjoyable stories, with likable characters and a nice peek into the Indian culture for those who were knew to the culture.And while it was obvious from Indie Girl that the fashion world in relation to traditional Indian values is a favorite theme of Daswani, I have really no clue what this book w


  8. says:

    Well as the story began i thought the protagonist was living in a sexist patriarchal muslim society But then as the story progressed she wanted to dothan be just a bride She becomes a model and achieves enormous name and fame But still, i guess, it had been instilled in her that the whole reason of her existence was to serve her husband So she just abruptly leaves her career for a male chauvinistic pig who at one point confesses his love and then the


  9. says:

    This is a book which echoes my thoughts It felt like Tanaya and I shared the same soul The author weaves a story so rich and interesting that it leaves you spellbound A beautiful girl bound by the ropes of tradition and chafing against it finds herself in Paris to meet a man found for her to marry, what ensues is the story of a determined girl who will attain her dreams, come what may She stays true to her faith in spite of all the temptation thrown her wa


  10. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Most of Salaam, Paris is like a fine French macaroon a bit puffy, a bit sweet, with just enough substance to make it toothsome The end, however, falls as flat as a communion wafer It s clear that despite the glamour, this is at heart a religious romance, and littlethe heroine leaves her conservative upbringing to sow her wild oats no sex, no drugs, hardly even any rock and roll , has


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