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Author Name: Anurag Mathur

Indian author chiefly known for his 1991 novel, The Inscrutable Americans, which described the comical adventures of a young Indian student freshly arrived in the United States. Anurag did his schooling at The Scindia School, (Gwalior, India). He received his bachelors degree from St. Stephen's College in Delhi, and his masters degree from the University of Tulsa at Tulsa. He has made a career in journalism and publishing, and contributes to various Indian magazines and newspapers. He is also the author of a travel guide called 22 days in India.

     Books By Author :: Anurag Mathur

   
The Department of Denial
 -by Anurag Mathur

The best-selling author of The Inscrutable Americans and Making the Minister Smile returns with another entertaining story in T... Read More

   
Making the Minister Smile
 -by Anurag Mathur

Meet Chris Stark, six-feet-four, weighing a healthy 300 pounds. His family's corporation entered into a business collaboration ... Read More

   
The Inscrutable Americans
 -by Anurag Mathur

The hilarious novel describes one year spent on a small university campus in the USA. by an Indian student. He comes out of a s... Read More

   
'Are All Women Leg Spinners?' asked the Stephanian
 -by Anurag Mathur

In his new novel Anurag Mathur describes the young, urban Indians excruciating funny perception of his own life and times. Abov... Read More



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