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LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA – APRIL 10: Creator/Writer/EP Mindy Kaling from HBO Max’s ‘The Sex Lives of College Girls’ attends Deadline Contenders Television at Paramount Studios on April 10, 2022 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Amy Sussman/Getty Images for Deadline Hollywood )

This week I sorted through some of Audible original titles and came across a new story from Mindy Kaling. The book is titled Kind of Hindi. I found it to be an exciting title as I often make similar comments on my own religious status. When asked about our religion and often can’t find the right words to label exactly what we are. We give vague descriptions that begin with what religion we were raised on. We also follow up with other religions we have been exposed to. Finally, we end with some final thought of what we kind of are now.

Religion is a personal experience that often leaves mothers confused when it is time to teach and pass on our religion to our children. Mindy describes her struggles of passing on her religious beliefs even when she doesn’t feel she is that Hindu. The book is funny, light-hearted and truly explains the importance of religion and cultural ties for children. It will make you reflect on your own religious choices, culture, and how you want your children to develop their own religion.

“Kind of Hindi” is an Amazon Audible Original Title by Mindy Kaling, 2022

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Dahlia Koca

The author Dahlia Koca

Dahlia Mavi Koca is a journalist out of Nashville Tennessee. Her main focus is to bring awareness of international music, travel, and customs throughout the world. Dahlia holds a Bachelor’s in Mass Media Communications and an Associate’s in Pre Law. She is a proud member of the Fleet Dj Alliance and is the proud owner of Mavi Energy & Life Studio in Nashville.

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