Millennium Moms: The Art of Chakki Peesing

Millennium Moms: The Art of Chakki Peesing

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Item Code: IDE707
Author: Sonali Mehta
Publisher: Jaico Publishing House
Language: English
Edition: 2004
ISBN: 8179923290
Pages: 176
Cover: Paperback
Other Details 8.6" X 5.5"
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From the Jacket:

First came the world. And the word was …ma (not 'da' as some Hindu traditionalists - including T.S. Elliot would have us believe). Ma. Hear its quiet reverberations in the Four Corners of the Universe. Ma. It is omniscient. Invoked in agony (OOOee ma! Cockroach!) and ecstasy (Mama mia! What a babe!) Ma. The first word a baby utters. Ma, the epitome of love, sacrifice, love of sacrifice - the ultimate woman (move over, Julia Roberts, Ma is here!)

In case you haven't guessed it already, this book is about - surprise, surprise - mothers. Indian mothers. Who can forget the thrill of their child's first concert? (And who can forget the frantic desperation of searching for a tailor who knew how to sew a flamenco dancer outfit that immediately preceded it?)

Everyone knows that being a mum is not easy. Being an Indian mum - even tougher! But being an Indian mum today - Whoa! Hold it right there. You have to be a teacher-cum-friend-cum-nutritionalist-cum-CEO-cum-transmitter-of-cultural-values (not to be confused with Cultural Attache - he gets to ride in a limousine).

Which is why Millennium Mums and the Art of Chakki Peesing is required reading for everyone who is a mum, has a mum or then, loves chakki peesing!

About the Author:

Sonali Mehta graduated from St. Xavier's college, Mumbai, with - surprise, surprise - an English Lit. degree. She then worked as a copywriter at Ogilvy and Mather, Mumbai for 4 years, during which time she married a tall-dark-handsome type and gave birth to a (SFX: Santoor melody) beautiful baby boy. Like most Indian mums, she is absolutely besotted with her son and would much rather write about him than say, shampoos and anti-wrinkle creams. Lime green is her favourite colour (which is a bit unfortunate for the baby).


1.Mere paas ma hai17
2.Beti yeh log tumare haath ki chai peena chahte hai25
3.Memoirs of an Ex-sexy Young Thing31
4.Dharma and Groggy37
5.So, You've got a Tiger in your Tank45
6.A man trapped in a woman's body55
7.Post Natal Blues63
8.Tumhara naam kya hai, Basanti?71
9.How to Party when You're Bald and Toothless79
10.Educating Sita87
11.The Hand that Holds the Remote Control95
12.Kyunki Baas bhi Kabhi Khushboo thi103
13.Gol maal hai bhai sab gol maal hai109
14.Yours, mine and Kakaji's 115
15.The Picture of Dorian Gray125
16.Flour Power133
17.Lights! Camera! Action!141
18.On your marks! Get Set! Go!149
19.Much ado about nothing157
20.Papa Kehta Hai165
21.Of Indian men and Jewish mums171

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