Suitable Groom

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It is a bizarre story of finding a suitable groom for an heir of a large business empire by her family, particularly by her grandmother. More

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About Hiranya Borah

Born in a teachers' family in a village of Assam, a province of India, Borah started his journey of writing at a tender age of eleven. He published two novels in Assamese language and other fictional and non-fictional stories in Assamese periodicals during his college days. Then Borah almost stopped his literary activity for more than three decades. In the meantime he became a Gender specialist.
However,so far, he has published more than one hundred and thirty books on this platform in English and one book in Hindi within a span of four years. The books are on different topics like inspiration,romance and love, humour, ghosts, suspense thriller, children etc and those are written both in prose and poetry. Five of his edited ebooks, are already available in printed form in the market.

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Review by: monaborah on Feb. 20, 2017 :
I like it
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Review by: James Hold on Feb. 16, 2017 : (no rating)
To Ms Moni: I apologize and withdraw my earlier comment.
(review of free book)
Review by: Tuku Moni on Feb. 15, 2017 :
It is a nice cute story. I borrowed the first four chapters of this book for my Plan -B. In my book I tried to raise few socio-economic issues. First, irrespective of social and economic status, elderly are left alone for which they feel lonely. Secondly, irrespective social and economic order, in Indian society marriage of an older person is not taken as normal; rather it is discouraged. Third, in India, private organizations prefer to appoint a candidate having better social and economic background; not having only a better result. Fourth, the honest persons are also succumbed to economic pressure. Fifth, personal choice has no value for the weaker section where a highly educated person was ready to marry a lady who was more than double his age.
In the suitable groom, the boy had an option to reject or to accept the offer to marry the granddaughter of the lady, but in B-Plan I did give any option to the poor boy. Even when the lady declared that she is not going to marry the young man, I did not want to say whether, she did it because of family pressure or due to her original plan. However, I must thank, James Hold for pointing my mistake by not mentioning that first four chapters are taken from this book. Now I have corrected this flaw by mentioning it on my preface.
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Review by: anwesha borah on Feb. 15, 2017 :
Too good to get one!!!
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Review by: James Hold on Feb. 14, 2017 :
Another good effort. I really like Mr Borah's style of writing. It is very business-like. It is short, terse, and tells us what we need to know without unnecessary fanfare. He gets straight to the point and omits all the padding others might use to extend the length.
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