Mango Mood

  • Title: Mango Mood
  • Author: Sharmila Kamat
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 252
  • Format: Paperback
  • Mango Mood Mango Mood chronicles the story of Goa and India in its recent past as retold by a bemused yet indulgent Goan Using mostly gentle sometimes hard hitting insightful satire it leads the reader
    Mango Mood chronicles the story of Goa, and India, in its recent past, as retold by a bemused, yet indulgent, Goan Using mostly gentle, sometimes hard hitting, insightful, satire, it leads the reader through headline grabbing incidents in recent times through the medium of 42 short satirical pieces Like the King of Fruits whose soft exterior belies the hard core at the cMango Mood chronicles the story of Goa, and India, in its recent past, as retold by a bemused, yet indulgent, Goan Using mostly gentle, sometimes hard hitting, insightful, satire, it leads the reader through headline grabbing incidents in recent times through the medium of 42 short satirical pieces Like the King of Fruits whose soft exterior belies the hard core at the centre, the lighthearted rendition of front page news in Mango Mood conceals pertinent comments on certain hard realities in our society Besides, can there be a better symbol for Goa than the luscious, mouth watering mango

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      Published :2019-07-06T08:17:17+00:00

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    1. The story of Goa, India's best known travel destination and home to some of the most enchanting beaches in the world, related tongue firmly in cheek. Using mostly gentle sometimes biting satire, the author offers an up, close and personal account of the people, culture and headline grabbing events in that part of India that once spoke with a Portuguese accent.

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