Wednesday, October 15, 2008

Congrats Adiga

Global-Madrasi congratulates novelist Aravind Adiga for winning the Man Booker Prize, not merely because he is a "Madrasi," but a Global Madrasi.
Man Booker is one of the world's most prestigious literary awards. Aravind's "The White Tiger," follows Balram Halwai, the son of a rickshaw puller whose dream of escaping the poverty of his village takes him on a journey to the bright lights of Delhi and Bangalore, where he will do almost anything to get to the top.
Adiga says his aim in writing The White Tiger was to represent the poor. And Global-Madrasi appreciates that. Forward march, Mr Adiga.

Oct 15, 2008

3 comments:

Naheed Zafar said...

This reminds of some lines which may interest people visiting this blog.

Here it goes:

Life's battles don't always go
to the bigger or the greater man,
soon or late the man who wins
is the man who thinks he can.

Think and you can do it!!

Eppie said...

I'm happy for India..He is the fourth Indian-born author to win the prize, after Salman Rushdie, Arundhati Roy and Kiran Desai...

Ragavan said...

This is a Great Honour to India.33 year old Aravind Adiga has created a Big Impact.Indians are Acknowledged Globally.
Regards.
K.Ragavan.