ISBN: 9789384625429 Pages: 206 Size: 129*198mm Language: English Book Binding: Paperback Weight: 200 gm.
About The Book
Close friends Tara, a much-married woman; Naina, recently divorced, and Nihal, a transgender, are looking to breathe free in a conventional society. Successful urban professionals, they live the good life, or so it seems. Trapped in unfulfilling relationships, each one craves an understanding companion. In search of an emotional connect, the three explore their deepest selves in the gripping world of online dating and chat rooms. As they get drawn deeper into the vortex of online chatting, the virtual reality threatens to overshadow their ordinary, mundane existence, and the idea of self-exploration laced with transgression, takes root.
Tara wishes to cast aside the shackles of domesticity and tradition to explore all that is taboo. Naina takes baby steps towards her independence. Nihal faces a terrible struggle about the revelation of his secret to the world.
Cupidity Ping Me, Love is a tale of three lonely souls who reinvent themselves in the virtual world, breaking all social norms, without an inkling of the final outcome.
About Madhvi Ahuja
Madhvi Ahuja comes from a business management and stock broking background. A lifelong passion for writing, two creative writing courses, at the University of Oxford and at NYU, translated into a dream entrepreneurial venture her own start-up firm the writer's web (www.thewritersweb.in). She provides content writing solutions for corporate and other professionals. Madhvi is into fitness and is a trained Muay Thai fighter. She also has immense love for dogs, especially for her golden lab, Maximus.
Kiren Rai's tryst with the Tarots began 20 years ago, when she was introduced to the craft by a famous psychic and Tarot
reader in East Africa, where she lived in the early part of her life. Her experience with the Tarot has been wonderfully positive, empowering her and helping her connect with the most essential parts of herself. She has explored various decks and found esoteric similarities in the symbols. This inspired her to put together an Indian deck of cards, replacing the traditional Tarot archetypes with Indian images and symbols. She believes that this mosaic of Indian cards, created by upcoming Indian artists, should be shared with a broader horizon of people.