Indian Diaspora has prevailed and enriched almost every country in the world. Even in the most unlikely places you are like to find small glitters of the Indian community: a community which celebrates the festivals such as Divali, Eid and Holy and Gurunanak jayanti which represents the Unity in Diversity of India. Even so, there is one special branch of the Indian diasporic Bunyan tree which has made unique contribution to the world, the world of Literature. The reason for the writers of the Diaspora writing about India can be attributed to dictum that “you can take the man out of his homeland but you can’t get the homeland out from the person.” A person might go far away from India but cannot get over the reminiscences, the memories and the feelings attached to the homeland because these would always be with him/her. The country of a person’s origin, the native land, always has an attraction and since distances make the heart grow fonder, as the saying goes, writers of the Indian Diaspora are persuaded to write about it. This, in a way, is essential to re-establish and sustain their connectivity to their motherland.