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Garland of 20 Short Stories Honouring Women

Author Name: NeelMadhav | Format: Paperback | Genre : Literature & Fiction | Other Details

Rajathi, a lady of bewitching beauty, is the envy of womenfolk and the dream of every youngster to middle-aged man, to possess her, in the small hamlet of ‘Swathy Village’. Who wins her hand? How does she take the village by storm? 

Janaki upholds the orthodoxy of the family and yet makes her own decision in choosing her life partner in the story ‘The Unknown’.  Its philosophical tone is sure to capture the reader’s attention.

Miracles do happen. Gayathri patti does prove this in ‘Call At The Ganges’.

How does a dead son come home from the war front to be with his fragile mother? Heart rending!

“Let a hundred guilty be acquitted, but one innocent should not be convicted.” An innocent convict is sent to jail, to languish in prison for 28 long years. It comes to the attention of Kanchana, an attorney of extraordinary abilities and expertise. Will the verdict be rewritten? ‘Dallas Connection’ suggests something untold!

Male domination and male chauvinism are put to shame and shattered by the act of Rajani in the story ‘Change’. How does she go about doing it?

Garland of 20 Short Stories Honouring Women is a collection of short stories that discuss themes related to human welfare and socio-economic upliftment.

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NeelMadhav

NeelMadhav, Doctorate in Mathematics, is by profession, an academician, but by passion, a prolific writer. A columnist and an essayist, he has been writing since his school days. His articles and poems have been published in reputed magazines, and his first anthology of poems titled Deodate was published in1993. He has won awards for his poems, particularly from the USA. As an academician, he has also written subject books, which are being used in colleges. Besides English, he has also penned his works in Tamil. He is a lyricist, dramatist and a musician who can compose and set tunes. His stories and articles pertain to such themes as human welfare and socio-economic upliftment, to bring about change for the better and reformation. As an educationist, he believes students must equip themselves every way to face the challenges of life, keep success and failure in equipoise and strive towards their goals, not letting failure overpower them. His works will go on unabated and relentlessly to give the best to his readers. 

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