America Explained is a survival guide for Indians living in America! In this book, readers will find answers to questions they always wanted to ask about American culture, economy, politics, gender roles and education. Some of the questions discussed in the book are:
Where is the best place for Indians to live?
What are blue and red states?
How do Americans build financial wealth?
What is considered sexual harassment/discrimination in America?
What are the common prejudices Americans have about immigrants, Indians and other minority groups?
Do all Americans have guns?
Why do so many American kids play sports?
Why do Americans wait so long to marry, and divorce so often?
What is the meaning of Thanksgiving, Christmas, Halloween and other American holidays?
Why are Native Americans called Indians, and what happened to them?
Readers will also find explanations for common American phrases, body language and cultural references. The author's goal is to help immigrants feel more comfortable and empowered in school, the workplace and social environments so that they can survive and succeed in America. Personal stories from the author and Indian immigrants make this an enjoyable and easy read.