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On Wings of Butterflies Imagine a world where women can do what they please, the way they please, and men be damned When a determined young woman in Panjim sets out to unite the world s largest minority , the ripples are felt in the lives of thousands across the country crusty career women, complacent housewives, angst ridden teenagers, and of course, men who had never conceived of a world where women ruled Leading the battle from the front are a bunch of passionate, straight talking women Fierce, man hating Lividia politically savvy Kripa gutsy police officer Tara the sultry Rani of Kantipur and their unlikely motivator twenty year old Evita, scarred by childhood memories of her mother s sexual encounters and fiercely committed to the Cause As the women come together quietly, relentlessly, from all over the country, the rest of the world can only watch in stupefied silence Will they win their war for justice Or will fate and man intervene yet again

  • Unknown Binding
  • 253 pages
  • On Wings of Butterflies
  • Kavery Nambisan
  • English
  • 18 August 2019
  • 0143028111

About the Author: Kavery Nambisan

Kavery Nambisan is a novelist from India She is also a surgeon who practices in rural India Her career in medicine has been a strong influence in her fiction She spent her early years in Madikeri She studied medicine in St John s Medical College, Bangalore from 1965 and then studied surgery at the University of Liverpool, England, where she obtained the FRCS qualification She worked as a surgeon in various parts of rural India before moving to Lonavala to start a free medical centre for migrant labourers.Nambisan works as surgeon and medical advisor at the Tata Coffee Hospital in Kodagu, Karnataka, and is the Chief Medical Officer for Tata Coffee.Kavery Nambisan began by writing under her first married name Kavery Bhatt for children s magazines She wrote stories for the now defunct children s magazine Target She also contributed to Femina and Eve s Weekly.