Marital Chains – Uttiya Roy

Marital Chains - Uttiya Roy

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What do you do when your cherished love marriage turns into a highly abusive one?

\nHere’s an excerpt from the story:\n\nAnkita smiled at the round face which couldn�t stop staring at her.�Modernity dictated that people in arranged marriages ended up going on dates too.�Romantic comedies had finally captured Bengali imaginations and this occasion,�sitting on the bank of a river with your suitor, answering questions on a Christmas�Eve, was one of the more beautiful results.\n\nUsnis was an upper-middle-class boy who had mapped out his life by the time he�was ten.\n\nAnkita was the fifth woman the saw. She walked in with long hair and a red saree,�and he hadn�t looked back since.\n\nTwo years pass frantically in a city, and for newlyweds, years might as well resemble�hours. Their apartment smelled of urbanity while they tried to hold up their vintage-ness as well.\n\n\"\"About the author:\n\nUttiya is a person who reads a little too many books in a reader’s nook in the City of Joy. He writes literature with the naive dreams of changing a bit of the world, and aspires to research so as to help humanity to progress more.\n\nHe also writes wonderfully in this blog.\n\nBuy Jukebox from Amazon and show us some love!\n

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