When Dimple Met Rishi Quotes

Sandhya Menon
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Here she wouldn’t be Dimple Shah, wayward, Americanized daughter of immigrant parents; she’d just be Dimple Shah, future web developer.
-- Dimple (chapter 5)

Importance: This quote signifies what Dimple is going through as a daughter of Indian-American immigrants, trying to forge her own path and her own career. Dimple thinks this to herself once she has arrived at her dorm for the summer at SFSU, ready for Insomnia Con. Dimple struggles throughout the novel with her intersecting identities and ambitions, and this quote reiterates Dimple’s main desire - to become a major web developer above all else. Once she meets and falls in love with Rishi, however, her life and ambitions start to accept the idea of other possibilities and directions for her life.

Oh you’ll see my friend.”
-- Rishi (chapter 10)

Importance: This phrase is repeated several times throughout the novel, and signifies the growing relationship and partnership between Rishi and Dimple. This...

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