What does India ‘feel’ like?
For that matter, what does any country feel like?
In India India Feeling, a light-hearted exploration of India, Vikas Dhawan brings forth memories of childhood, of growing up and of the warmth of family and friendships, sketching a vibrant essence of the country when it had old-fashioned charm.
Take part in entertaining journeys of horse-driven tongas to school, of whole families travelling on a scooter, impromptu street parties during power cuts, neighbourhood cricket matches and of kites that coloured the sky in a festival like no other.
Delve into humorous conversations with the author where the single household in a locality owning a telephone or a TV set received iconic status, where passport-size photos became king of all photographs.
Take a nostalgic stroll through the street food, TV programmes and newspapers that defined growing up.
Go ahead, enjoy this witty narration, and experience what India was like back then. Relive your memories, and cherish your own ‘India India’ feeling.