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By Sagarika Ghose.

The distraught daughter of an artist who dedicated suicide, Mia first meets Karna in London. Mesmerized by means of the charismatic younger guru, she resolves to persist with him to India, whether she needs to marry Vik, a clever company businessman, to take action. as soon as in India, Mia is attracted to Vik's mom, Indi, an entire, inordinately beautiful lady who rages unceasingly opposed to her blindness, her attractiveness, and her clinging son. by way of Indi's discomfort, and through her personal unusual trip into duplicitous love, Mia realizes she needs to go back and forth even further—to the Kumb Mela spiritual pilgrimage—for a distinct viewpoint on her clouded and pressured existence. very good, daring, heartfelt, and transcendent, Blind religion is a provocative reexamination of the human situation, of cause that binds, hate that liberates, and love that strangles.

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There was a silence at the other end of the line. ‘That’s what I thought, Mr Ray. But your daughter told us that you also have an older boy. ’ ‘No, Sister, I am blessed with only two daughters. The elder has graduated recently, thank god, and is now studying to join the civil service. Indira. As you know. ’ ‘Yes, of course I know your daughters, Mr Ray,’ said Sister Cyril briskly. ‘Indira was one of our best, if not the best. How proud we were of her and what she achieved in spite of her suffering.

Cursed, it was said, by the the Four-Armed-One. A century ago, the patriarch of the Ray clan had been a poor fisherman in West Bengal. One morning, out on a catch, his boat sprung a leak and began to sink rapidly into the sea. But, suddenly, miraculously, a beautiful woman with eyes the colour of the ocean came rising up from the deep, black hair streaming behind her, fitted – so the legend went – with four arms. The Four-Armed-One was as strong as she was beautiful and quickly ferried the patriarch and his boat to safety.

Move in with me at the hospital. Don’t live on your own any more. ’ ‘Rubbish,’ she scolded. ’ ‘Indi,’ grunted Justin, staring into her face. ‘Please. ’ She walked along the zigzag with Justin, listening. The quick breath, the glare on her face, she felt it clearly. She screwed up her eyes, willing her brain to transmit an image. ’ his voice was hurried. ‘Right here? Nobody I can see for the moment. No,’ he looked around, ‘there’s nobody here. ’ ‘He’s near me. Standing near me. ’ ‘It’s only me,’ said Justin becoming increasingly troubled.

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