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I have seen it- the cases where people enjoy love stories, and at the same time the hell breaks loose if someone from their own family wishes to marry his/her beloved. The things become worse when people are from different castes or religions.
As Kumar Sahab in his shayari says:
Bhramar koi kumudni par machal baitha to hungama Hamare dil mein koi khwab pal baitha to hungama Jahan sab dub kar sunte hain ye kissa mohabbat ka, Main kisse ko haqeeqat mein badal baitha to hungama
This is a book that highlights this so much prevalent thing in the interiors of rural India. Through the eyes of Mansi, the author has remarkably brought out two things: One, what can be the outcome of people opposing inter-caste love marriages for no logic at all; suppressing the happiness of their own sons and daughters and two, of course Arun’s unique story..
Lieutenant Mansi is a clinical psychologist in the Indian army. One day she gets to deal with an interesting case, the case of self mutilation. His name was Arun, and he is a garud commando in the Indian air force and this guy is irresistibly handsome...
Soon Mansi comes to know what made him to do all that. She is surprised at how much a human can suffer. She gets to know how cruel his destiny was! What was so special about Arun’s destiny???
Can Mansi help him out of his mental illness?? Get ready to plunge into the sea of Arun’s destiny and find out how Arun’s life-boat sails up and down in it…
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