The practice of migration does not run smooth rather it brings along a number of crucial factors. Among them the identity is fundamental one which brings huge change in diasporic community. Diasporic community meet both; the great opportunities as well challenges. On one hand side, migration results in improved version of life, freedom of expression and great cultural exchange while on the other hand it leads to crisis of identity and homesickness. The present study discusses the portrayal of diasporic identities in the context of South Asian diasporic community with reference to novels such as The Reluctant Fundamentalist and The Lowland along theorists. The study concludes that migrants experience both; chances and challenges in the course of migration.