Sandhya Menon’s Top 10 Popular and Famous Quotes

Ten of My Favourite Sandhya Menon Quotes 

Love reading? Then it’s likely you will love a good quote from your favourite author. This article covers Sandhya Menon’s Top 10 Popular and Famous Quotes that we at Australia Unwrapped have collected from some of his greatest works. Sandhya Menon quotes to remember and here you will find 10 of the best. A memorable quote can stay with you and can be used along your journey. Choosing Sandhya Menon’s top 10 quotes is not easy, but here they are:

Popular Quotes

“And then she smiled a smile so dazzling, Rishi tripped over his own feet.”
― Sandhya Menon, When Dimple Met Rishi

 “When the finally pulled apart, Rishi’s mouth tingling still, Dimple smiled shyly and looked down at their hands, entwined between them on the bench. “So,” she said softly. “That was unexpected.”

He leaned over and kissed her forehead, like it was the most natural thing to do. Was this going to be their thing now, casual kissing? He hoped so. “Unexpected but awesome.” Rishi paused. “Right?”

She laughed and looked up at him. “Definitely.”

He grinned, his heart soaked in happy.”
― Sandhya Menon, When Dimple Met Rishi

“I feel like I need to speak out, because if no one speaks out, if no one says, this is me, this is what I believe in, and this is why I’m different, and this is why that’s okay, then what’s the point? What’s the point of living in this beautiful, great melting pot where everyone can dare be anything they want to be?”
― Sandhya Menon, When Dimple Met Rishi

“Seriously? That’s what you think I should be relegating my brain space to? Looking nice? Like, if I don’t make the effort to look beautiful, my entire existence is nullified? Nothing else matters-not my intellect, not my personality or my accomplishments; my hopes and dreams mean nothing if I’m not wearing eyeliner?”
― Sandhya Menon, When Dimple Met Rishi

 “She wept for her hardheadedness, and for a world that couldn’t just let her be both, a woman in love and a woman with a career, without flares of guilt and self-doubt seeping in and wreaking havoc.”
― Sandhya Menon, When Dimple Met Rishi

 “There was something about people who were that secure; they made you feel better about yourself, like they accepted you for everything you were, imperfections and all.”
― Sandhya Menon, When Dimple Met Rishi

“But that was Rishi… he was like a pop song you thought you couldn’t stand, but found yourself humming in the shower anyway.”
― Sandhya Menon, When Dimple Met Rishi

 “She refused to be one of those girls who gave up on everything they’d been planning simply because a boy entered the picture.”
― Sandhya Menon, When Dimple Met Rishi

“It was his damn fool heart. Ever optimistic, always looking for a sliver of sunshine in a sky clotted with thunderclouds.”
― Sandhya Menon, When Dimple Met Rishi

“This is our life. We get to decide the rules. We get to say what goes and what stays, what matters and what doesn’t.”
― Sandhya Menon, When Dimple Met Rishi

10 Famous Quotes by Author Sandhya Menon

10 quotes by Sandhya Menon there you go! It’s never an easy task picking the best quotations from great writers, so please if you disagree or have more to add, please comment and share your opinions. My 10 greatest Sandhya Menon quotes will likely be different from yours; however, that’s the best thing about them, each quote can mean something different to each person. So don’t wait, comment and shares your best Sandhya Menon Quote. 

One Final Bonus – Sandhya Menon Quote 

“She inhaled deeply—and sneezed. Stupid allergies. “Gods bless you,” Rishi said.
Dimple arched an eyebrow. “Gods?”
He nodded sagely. “As a Hindu, I’m a polytheist, as you well know.”
Dimple laughed. “Yes, and I also know we still only say ‘God,’ not ‘gods.’ We still believe Brahma is the supreme creator.”
Rishi smiled, a sneaky little thing that darted out before he could stop it. “You got me. It’s my version of microaggressing back on people.”
“Explain.”
“So, okay. This is how it works in the US: In the spring we’re constantly subjected to bunnies and eggs wherever we go, signifying Christ’s resurrection. Then right around October we begin to see pine trees and nativity scenes and laughing fat white men everywhere. Christian iconography is all over the place, constantly in our faces, even in casual conversation. This is the bible of comic book artists . . . He had a come to Jesus moment, all of that stuff. So this is my way of saying, Hey, maybe I believe something a little different. And every time someone asks me why ‘gods,’ I get to explain Hinduism.”
Dimple chewed on this, impressed in spite of herself. He actually had a valid point. Why was Christianity always the default? “Ah.” She nodded, pushing her glasses up on her nose. “So what you’re saying is, you’re like a Jehovah’s Witness for our people.”
Rishi’s mouth twitched, but he nodded seriously. “Yes. I’m Ganesha’s Witness. Has a bit of a ring to it, don’t you think?”― Sandhya Menon, When Dimple Met Rishi

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