India is an amazing culture. It’s very different from ours, but has much to teach us about how to make our life’s journey more meaningful and enjoyable.
Wilmington, N.C. (PRWEB) April 10, 2014
According to BBC News, it is likely that India’s population will overtake China’s in 2028, estimating about 1.45 billion inhabitants.
“Indian Summer” by Arthur Frankel is an autobiography that vibrantly shares the author’s experience as a Peace Corps volunteer in India. As Frankel unravels the rich culture, unique cuisine and welcoming people of India, readers will be inspired to celebrate diversity and pursue ethnic experiences.
“India is an amazing culture. It’s very different from ours, but has much to teach us about how to make our life’s journey more meaningful and enjoyable,” Frankel said.
Frankel, a professor of social work and avid traveler, reveals how his time spent in the Peace Corps changed his perception of the world.
Having visited India 25 times in the past 45 years, Frankel is passionate about creating awareness for Indian culture and encouraging others to travel to new places.
By Arthur Frankel
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About the author
Arthur Frankel has worked as a psychotherapist and clinical social worker for more than 40 years, specializing in gestalt therapy. He has published four textbooks and more than 35 articles in the fields of social work and psychology. Frankel currently resides in Wilmington, N.C., where he works as a professor in the School of Social Work at the University of North Carolina Wilmington.
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