Fiction by Indian diasporic authors occupies a significant space in the body of Indian English Literature. Diasporic fiction very naturally deals with the question of ‘Home’ as the writers seem to be perpetually haunted by a sense of rootlessness and at the same time to be continually in search of a ‘home’ as the process of migration results in a ‘homeless’ condition. For every dislocation there is a primary location. For every diaspora there is a lost /left homeland. And for every homeland there is a ‘homeland myth’. The book, taking representative novels of three major writers of Indian diaspora, seeks to explore the different ways of looking back at the lost homeland.