By Sagarika Ghose.
The distraught daughter of an artist who devoted suicide, Mia first meets Karna in London. Mesmerized through 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 interested in Vik's mom, Indi, an comprehensive, inordinately appealing girl who rages unceasingly opposed to her blindness, her good looks, and her clinging son. bothered through Indi's soreness, and via her personal unusual trip into duplicitous love, Mia realizes she needs to go back and forth even further—to the Kumb Mela non secular pilgrimage—for a distinct point of view on her clouded and careworn lifestyles. outstanding, 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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Gliding, wrapt in a brown mantle, hooded…But who is that on the other side of you? ‘We’ve waited long enough,’ said Justin after a pause. ‘We should tell the police. This may not be just a prank. Probably someone trying to push us out. ’ BLIND FAITH 63 ‘I don’t like you at all,’ said Indi playfully, talking musically to the Phantom Listener. ‘You are a foul spirit of some kind. I can sense you. I don’t like you,’ she sang. ’ Justin shook her shoulders. ’ ‘You smell,’ sang Indi again. ‘Of nail-polish remover or gum.
Before the theft there had been three other incidents. A bag of dead rats had been thrown into the kitchen and the place had had to be treated with disinfectant for almost a week. No one had been allowed to use the kitchens, work had stopped and the food thrown away. Guests had been provided food from a hotel in nearby Fontainhas; costs had rocketed. Then there had even been a short circuit in the central fuse-box; the switches had tripped and the electricity supply had been cut. The fuse-box had become a disembowelled gut with wires spilling out in different directions.
Jesus,’ said Justin.
Blind faith by Sagarika Ghose.