Studious, smart and sincere, Veda harbours big dreams for the future. But her parents arrange a marriage for her, and the twenty year old discovers that she has no say in the matter.
Forced to leave behind an idyllic life in the hill town of Joshimath—filled with conversations and pleasurable times with her siblings, and her best friend, the handsome Suraj—she puts aside her ambitions and moves into a flat in Pune with an indifferent husband and a mother-in-law from hell.
Though brought up to be quiet and obedient, Veda chafes at the meaninglessness of her existence and struggles to cope with the unexpected loneliness she is engulfed in. Then, amidst the dark clouds of stagnation and despondency, Veda carves out the unlikeliest of silver linings.
2.Why we love the way we do :-The book, 'Why We Love The Way We Do’ deals with one of the most delicate issues of life - relationships. This is a collection of essays on relationships. This book discusses various aspects of relationships and helps the readers to find answers to their questions. Authored by Preeti Shenoy, this book reflects her trademark writing style which is full of insights complemented by a pinch of humour. It has been published by Westland publications.
Relationships take a toll on mental health and an unhealthy relationship can unsettle a person completely. Hence, it is important to handle relationship crisis with maturity and that's the wisdom Preeti Shenoy focuses on with this book. She showcases some of her trademark 'Shenoy humour' along with clear observation skills which makes the content engaging.
The essays in this book deal with various issues related to relationships like love versus lust, importance of sex, break-ups and possessiveness. Often people misunderstand the difference between love and lust and make the mistake of accepting lust as love. Shenoy describes the difference between the two and gives invaluable suggestions and tips as well. Sex is a natural need of humans and is vital in a relationship. But is sex the first step of love? Is sex compulsory in love? Shenoy answers all these questions using her deep research.
3.It`s all in the planet`s:-Meet Aniket. Twenty-seven, techie, Mr. Average. His best friend is Subbu, a nerd who breathes, thinks and lives code. Aniket cannot believe his luck when he starts dating Trish—a stunning, sexy model, who is totally out of his league. But Trish has a list of things she wants him to work on, beginning with his potbelly and his geekiness.
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