Indian Hippie - Gautam Shankar Banerjee

Indian Hippie

By Gautam Shankar Banerjee

  • Release Date - Published: 2014-07-31
  • Book Genre: Action & Adventure
  • Author: Gautam Shankar Banerjee
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An insight into a troubled times This is a story of strife, of revolt, of discord, of union: between people, between issues and between systems in the early seventies. Sarah, a young Jewish American girl comes to India in search of peace and harmony. Akshyayh, a Westernised Indian youth from a high society, breaks away and joins the hippies, in an ashram in Rishikesh. The two meet and the result is marriage and return to the strife-torn city of Calcutta. Akshyay begins sarode lessons and encounters a Naxalite in his music teachers son. Sarah, renamed Sati, picks up a job in mercantile firm to help tide over pecuniary problems. The consequences read the novel to find out and get a new insight into those chaotic years. Shockingly violent Outspoken Romance Class hatred Transcending love Suggestive Spiritualism Humanism An explosive theme in a well-structured plot

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