Join us at release events in Delhi, Mumbai, & Bangalore • 2nd Delhi event added!

Delirious Delhi is coming to India, and so am I! Just in time for the 100th anniversary of the founding of New Delhi, I will be arriving for free book release events in three Indian cities. I hope to see you there!

NOTE: A SECOND DELHI EVENT HAS BEEN ADDED! SEE BELOW.

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For up-to-the-minute information, make sure you like the book on Facebook.

UPDATE: A second Delhi event has been added to the roster! Join us on December 8 at 7:00 at Olive Beach restaurant in Chanakyapuri! See below for more information.

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10 responses to “Join us at release events in Delhi, Mumbai, & Bangalore • 2nd Delhi event added!

  1. Pat

    Wow can’t wait to read the book….it will remind me of my trips to India and my NRI husband will love it too! UK
    I have added you link to my website http://www.golgappa,com

  2. Thanks, Pat! I really appreciate it!

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  6. jayakrishna kayalakal

    Dave, We would perhaps be able to make it to your 2nd Delhi event at Olive Beach. The very best!

    jay

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  8. Rajiv

    Prager is too nice to really call a spade a spade. The living conditions in Delhi and most of major Indian cities are horrific. Conditions are simply appalling and inhumane. There is no governance- people are breaking traffic laws, spitting, urinating/defecating openly with resultant chaos and filth everywhere. And add to that constant threat of Islamic terrorism in major Indian cities.

    Not sure what Prager likes about Delhi. I do agree on his liking for Indian food though.

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