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The Great Indian Society

Author Name: Sangeeta Chatterjee | Format: Paperback | Genre : Self-Help | Other Details

What do you do when you come across a person who talks, not just talks but talks irrelevantly non-sensible things? You choose to ignore, don’t you? What would you do if you had to deal with such insignificant, unintelligible creatures around you for all your life? Definitely, you won’t sit and eat momos, will you? Even though momo is your favorite food! This book is basically an introduction to the unimaginable, breath-taking, mesmerizing patriarchal practices that prevail in every house in our society. The book tries to highlight how men and women, who have always been considered to be the two sides of a coin, are at a constant war on who will be the owner of the coin.

Fair complexion, dark complexion, too bulky, too skinny, short hair, don’t care? Red lips mean you want others to stare! Judgments are so easy to be made particularly in a society like ours where women have the freedom to give birth but not to take birth; where education of men is glorified, but education for women is demoralized; where tears of women are seen as weapons, but tears of men are considered to be a sign of weakness. Such a society comprises of you and me. This book is not a guide to live a judgment-free life, but it can be your Kama Sutra – a secret to a happening life! Because trust me, the best pleasures are often derived when you know and master the subtle art of not giving a fuck!

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Sangeeta Chatterjee

Sangeeta Chatterjee was born in Guwahati, Assam. She completed her education in Bangalore and works at Amazon; currently residing in Chennai. She is an amalgamation of sarcasm and wit which has often led her to many troubles because as she says, “most of the times people don’t even understand my jokes and imagine the pain of explaining it back to them.” The Great Indian Society is her first book which she wanted to publish long back, but due to unavoidable circumstances like her marriage and pregnancy, she had to postpone her dream of getting the first book of her life published. However, she thanks these two unavoidable circumstances without which the content of this book would have been incomplete.