As her journey from India to America continues; her perception, experience and understanding of cultural differences continue to evolve. The first-generation immigrants have struggled to establish themselves in the midst of interracial conflicts and little family support. Their children started out with an incomplete family picture, were raised in dual cultures and ended up split between wrongs and rights. Their relationships with their children are need-based or lost. Many of them don't get to see their grandchildren, let alone get to bond with them. They dream to hear their doorbell ring to hear, Yoo-hoo, where are you, Peek a boo, or I thought you were a ghost.
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