Two cultures meet, entwine and become a love story.
Madderakka plots the romance between Ramona, a Sami girl from Norway and
Veeran, a young Adijan from India. They meet in a chat room online and become
fast friends. Ramona helps Veeran travel to Norway to study and they fall in
Ramona and Veeran travel back to India, only to encounter
jealousy – Veeran’s uncle, unable to stomach their success, arranges for
Ramona’s rape. She is deported to her homeland where she gives birth to
Madderakka. She also goes on to become the President of the Sami Parliament.
Veeran goes to Norway to join Ramona, but fate has other
plans for them. He returns to India with Madderakka and what happens next is an
interesting twist in the tale.
This fictional love story breezes through two cultures,
touching upon what has never been done before.
M C Raj is a
well-known writer in India with more than 21 published books. He writes on
philosophy, psychology, spirituality, politics, etc. He is also a known fiction
writer. This is his eighth novel.
He is a frequent
international traveler, giving lectures at different universities and conferences.
He is a reputed social and political campaigner who combines a rare
intellectualism with his activism. He is an international opinion leader on
many issues. He is an environmentalist who has got the first ever pro-Dalit CDM
project registered with the UNFCCC.
Having done six
researches in Germany, Norway, Nepal, the Netherlands, Finland and New Zealand,
he has initiated and leads a major Campaign (CERI) for Proportional
Representation System in India (CERI). He has started the first ever Adijan
Ashram in India and lives there. He has received an International Literary
Award from the US and was honored by Claire Shot in Birmingham for a huge
volume of 820 pages that he wrote. Students have done their doctoral thesis on
his literary work.