July 7, 2010 at 12:31 pm Leave a comment

“Author’s note” :

22 year old Medha from India and Rajiv, a software engineer in California go through an arranged marriage due to their parents’ pressure. Transition is a story of their life beginning from the day of their marriage to their tenth anniversary. Of the ups and downs they go through, of the love and hate they have for each other. Instead of a novel like pattern, transition follows a diary pattern where you read important dated entries from Medha, the protagonist.

During the technology boom of the Clinton era, a lot of software engineers would return to India for a four week vacation and return married. The girls would educated, free willed and modern, but due to cultural restrictions agree for such an arrangement. What went on with their lives was a topic of debate for a few days and then died off.

My novel is an attempt to bring the emotions and pressure of such a relation.



Entry filed under: Best Sellers, Fiction.

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