'Radical Politics of Indian Love' is a collection of short stories of fiction in an Indian political landscape. India is a land of unity in diversity, organized chaos, but most importantly, India is a land of love. These bitter-sweet stories on how love co-exists in a backdrop of cultural differences, age-old traditions, honor-killings, and political dynamics can be inspirational and relevant. 'Treesome', 'Modern Indian Widow', 'The writer, the lover and the doctor' are stories of love that thrive in an era of conflict. 'No Man's Refuge' is a science-fiction story that touches on the future of the South Asian war zones. 'The Bollywood Hero' and 'The Royal Bengal Tigress' are stories of romance and friendship that need to be told.
BIOGRAPHY Rachita Ramya is a dentist by training, public health researcher by profession and a writer by passion. Originally from India, she currently lives and breathes in New York City. She has found a lot of best friends in books and hopes someone finds one in her books as well.
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