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Posted: 15 August 2004 at 5:11am | IP Logged
Dear brother,
 
 Convey me heartiest greetings to respectful parents. I am hoping all is well with health and wealth. I am fine at my end. Hoping your end is fine too. With God's grace and parents' blessings I am arriving safely in America and finding good apartment near University. Kindly assure mother that I am strictly consuming vegetarian food only in restaurants though I am not knowing if cooks are Brahmins. I hope parents' prayers are residing with me.
 
 Younger brother, I am having so many things to tell you that I am not
 knowing where to sart. Most surprising thing about America is it is full
 of Americans. Everywhere Americans, Americans, big and white, it is
 little frightening. The flight from New Delhi to New York is arriving
 safely thanks to God's grace and Parents' prayers and mine too. I am not able to go to bathroom whole time because I am sitting in corner seat as per revered grandmother's wish. Father is rightly scolding that airplane is flying too high to have good view. Still please tell her I have done needful.
 
 But, brother, in next two seats are sitting two old gentle ladies and if
 I am getting up then they are put in lot of botheration so I am not
 getting up for except when plane is stopping for one hour in London.
 Many foods are being served in carts but I am only eating cashew nuts
 and bread because I am not knowing what is food and what is meat.
 I am having a good time drinking 37 glasses of Coca-Cola.
 
 They are rolling down a screen and showing a film but I am not listening
 because air hostess ladies are selling head phones for 2 dollars which
 is Rs.60 and in our beloved Jajau town we can sit in balcony seats in
 Regal Talkies for only Rs. 3. I am asking lady if they are giving student
 discount but she is too busy. I am also asking her for more Coca-Cola
 but she is looking like she is weeping and walking away. I think perhaps
 she is not understanding proper English.
 
 Then I am sleeping long time after London and when I am waking it is
 like we are flying over sea of lights. Everywhere, brother, as far as I
 am seeing there are lights lights. It is like God has made carpet of
 lights. Then we are landing in New York and plane is going right upto
 door so that we are not having to walk in cold. I must say Americans are very advanced. And as I am leaving aeroplane, air hostess is giving me one more can of Coca-Cola. Her two friends are also with her, but why they are laughing so much I do not know. I think these Americans are strange but friendly people in their hearts. Perhaps she was feeling shy earlier.
 
 Then I am going to long bathroom. As I am leaving I am making first
 friend in America. This is Negro gentleman named Joe who is standing at
 door and as I am opening it he is holding out hand so I am shaking it
 and telling him my name and he is tellng me his. I am telling him if he
 is ever coming to Jajau he can ask for National Hair Oil Factory. If I
 have not returned from Higher Studies please tell father that if negro
 gentleman named Joe is visiting Jajau he may kindly do needful.
 
 In this way I feel each and every one of us is serving as Ambassador of
 our beloved Motherland. Joe is doubtful I feel because he says "Far out,
 man, far out", but I am reassuring him that India is only 16 hours away
 by plane and that is not very far. I think he is accepting this because
 he is not saying anything any more.
 
 Next I go to place marked " Baggage" as Father has advised and suddenly place I am sitting starts to move throwing me. It is like python we once saw in forest, only rattling and with luggage bouncing on its back and sometimes leaping to attack passengers. I am also throwing myself on bag before it is escaping. I think if I am not wrestling it down it would revert to plane and back home to India. I am only joking of course. Before this I am meeting very friendly gentleman at Immigration desk. I do not know why all relatives had warned against this man, bacause he is so friendly. He is talking English strangely but is having kind heart because he is asking me about nuts and I am saying that I am liking very much and eating many on plane. "Totally, totally nutss," he is saying, which I feel American expression for someone fond of cashewnuts. Before this he is showing friendliness by asking "How is it going?" I am telling his fully and frankly about all problems and hopes, even though you may feel that as American he may be too selfish to bother about decline in price of hair oil in Jajau town. But, brother, he is listening very quietely with eyes on me for ten minutes and then we are having friendly talk about nuts and he is wanting me to go.
 
 At Customs, brother, I am getting big shock. One fat man is grunting at
 me and looking cleverly from small eyes. "First visit?" he is asking,
 "Yes," I am agreeing "Move on," he is saying making chalk marks on bags. As I am picking up bags he is looking directly at me and saying "Watch your ass." Now, brother, this is wonderful. How he is knowing we are purchasing donkey? I think they are knowing everything about everybody who is coming to America.
 
 They are not allowing anybody without knowing his family and financial
 status and other things. And we are only buying donkey two days before my departure. I think they are keeping all information in computers. Really these Americans are too advanced.
 
 But, brother, now I am worrying. Supposing this is CIA keeping watch or else how they can know about our donkey? Anyway please do not tell Mother and Father or they are worrying, but lock all doors and windows. If CIA wants to recruit me to be spy in Jajau, I will gladly take poison before betraying our Motherland. Then I am going out and cousins are waiting and receiving me warmly. I will write soon after settling down.
 
 Your brother,

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