Kolkata, India, February 17, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Vinita’s father’s transferable job made her travel across India to a number of places like Varanasi, Meerut, Delhi, Mumbai and Kolkata. This made her feel the trans-cultural pattern of Indian life. A variety of culture, lifestyle and values may result in a variety of people’s wishes and wisdom here. This is true in a single life, or a couple's. Vinita’s story starts with such a couple. It is the story about a girl who is madly in love with a guy who left her for no reason. The boy is obsessed with his own surroundings, relatives and friends so much, he finds no interest in the girl. Naturally, she is utterly dissatisfied with her love, even her existence on earth. But, all on a sudden, a friend of her's proposes to her. Here the game takes a u-turn. She comes to feel that, it is worth-while to live just to experience love. She finds her life in the love of that guy. But, now her "ex" wants to enter into her life again. Not because he loves her, but because he can’t bear seeing her with anyone else. This strikes the keynote of the story; heart of the jilted lover.
It is the illusion of love, and not love itself, that keeps us living. The boy had it earlier, and the girl lacked it. Now, the girl has experienced true love. That has broken the former’s illusion and confidence in him, and turned him into a sadist. Now, the girl is in dilemma and she has to make a decision. Will she avenge her earlier love? Or will she return to her real love to give him another chance to feel love? And how will, then, the present lover react? It is a complicated, though passionate journey in the tempest of love. Is there a rainbow waiting?
About the Book:
Book: Life serves Love: The Fullest Form Of Living…
Author: Vinita Bali