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  • For avyukta falling in love was everything. She is vibrant that way, but she never knew where to find love until she met those eyes. Cosmos makes plans for us every minute and we take them as mere coincidences. For Karthik it was surreal when he saw her again. There are millions out there and it’s never so simple to look at a pair of eyes and decide “It’s meant to be”. When lives get intertwined destiny always comes up with a new plan
  • What would you do if your new beginning seems to be the end of something precious, if you lose the only person you’ve ever had as family, if the cost of the love you seek is compromising on who you are? Kavya ~ On some days in your life, you don’t get a say in what happens to your dreams, you just have to swallow the lump in your throat and the pain in your heart and just let life lead you to the place it’s meant to. Maahi ~ The most basic thing about tragedy is, that it stuns you into the kind of grief, that your entire life, the things that mattered to you, the things that used to upset you, concern you or made you happy seem like a huge bunch of lies. Ananya ~ I believe there is a certain point in a person’s life, where they sincerely, almost desperately wish for a magic wand or a mystical creature to shed some light on what went wrong. A state where your entire world is overshadowed by the fact that you failed. And while, no one openly blurts it out on your face, you can feel it by the way people look at you. On a sudden trip to Srinagar, they find each other. Will they be able to find themselves? Flamingos Beyond PINK is a striking tale of self-discovery, heartbreak, longing, friendship and courage. The courage it takes to become who you are.
  • Distraught

    300.00
    Contemplative, down-to-earth, and abiding, Manoj moves away from his village when he is still a child. But then comes the trouble and the dilemma. He falters, he rises, he admires, he smiles, he fails, and witnesses events that scar him for a lifetime. He is tossed between different people and different ideologies. His conscience fails him as he moves between cities, struggles to earn his daily bread, and makes choices that push him to the extreme and define him forever. This extremely relevant coming-of-age novel is a representation of the emotional state of so many young people in their teens and their twenties. It has a lucid narrative, and yet contains embedded bits of a complex layered commentary on human psychology. Distraught brings forth a story from the times when a lot of Indians had started moving out from their homes to study in different cities, and how they struggled to keep their identity intact. Many made through it, and many succumbed to the ever growing emotional and social burden, and a consequential conflict with their own values. Read this wonderfully promising debut novel and delve deeper into the mind of the narrator. Flip its pages, accompany Manoj on his journey and ask yourself: What would you do, were you in his place?