Name Of The Book: Spicy Bites Of Biryani
Author: Ashwina Garg
Publisher: Srishti Publishers & Distributors
Price: INR 150
No Of Pages 232
About the Book: Studied hard? Got the perfect job? Found the perfect mate? And Still Screwed up your life? Is it possible to do everything right in your life and still not be happy? Meet Sanjay, Aditi, Mayank and Jayshree.
Sanjay is US-returned software millionaire determined to have an arranged marriage aftr slling his company and braking up with his two-timing girlfriends.
Aditi is a commitment-phobic writer who cant figure out what her next book is about but has perfected the art of break-ups Manyank and Jayshree are the perfect couple. If only they werent dealing with rude relatives, killing deadlines, procreation pressures and those ultimate romance-killers… monotoy and boredom!
This light-hearted story traces the lives of these four successful, thirty-something friends who all come to the same conclusion…
The hardest thing about having the perfect life is keeping it that way!
About the Author
Ashwina Garg lives in Hyderabad with her husband and two kids. She studied accountancy and has worked as an entrepreneur, a German translator and a technical writer.
Spicy Bites of Biryani…because life needs little ‘Masala’ by Ashwina Garg. Starting with title its catchy and spicy
The author has nicely touched upon some aspects of life.
portrayed the married relationship very well. The complications that they meet when it comes to giving birth to baby is also handled respectfully
The confusion that is shown in the relationship of unmarried Sanjay and Aditi is the USP of this book
The author has excellently picturized the characters and their issues. The characters are perfectly crafted to fit in the story The complications of a married couple – the tale of a marriage-phobic girl and issues faced by a on-to- marry eligible bachelor are well established by the plot.
Arranged Marraige can be best defined by these lines
“This is how it was when people had arranged marriages. You could both be reading the same book, but still not be on the same page. Eventually they would catch up with each other.”
For a debutant author Ashwina garg has done a commendable job