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The Verdict

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

Life gives RJ two choices: stand by the woman he loves or give in to society that loves to prick and poke people. What will he choose?

What begins as a fun story set in a college campus takes an emotional U-turn as young Rajeev, fondly called RJ by his friends, finds himself at the crossroads of life. While he is able to take a clear decision with respect to his career, RJ finds it hard to decide what is best when it comes to the people he loves the most.

RJ is a simple boy from a middle-class Brahmin family. He falls in love with Jayati, who belongs to another caste. Thus begins the turmoil in his life. Caught between the love of his life on one hand and the pressures of family and society on the other, RJ undergoes a huge emotional see-saw. Will he succumb to societal pressure or chart a path that takes his love along? What is the final verdict? And what impact will his decision have on his loved ones?

With all the relationship drama, college memories and real life challenges, The Verdict is a heart-rending emotional journey.

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Ravirajaganesh 

Ravirajaganesh P hails from a family of writers and scholars in Telugu and Sanskrit. Ravi’s grandfather P Ramalingeshwara Rao was a great Sanskrit poet and author of works such as Rukmini Kalyanam and Padmavathi Kalyanam. So, it was natural that Ravi developed a keen interest in writing. Currently, Ravi works as a software project engineer in an Indian MNC.

Ravi, who is passionate about public speaking and writing, was an active participant in literary events in college. He also held top positions at literary clubs in his university.

Though Ravi believes in Indian customs and tradition, he is against the practice of illogical beliefs and rituals. With his debut novel The Verdict, Ravi questions the malice of caste in society.

Based on the feedback to this novel, Ravi wants to write more books in the future in all possible genres.

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