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Glamorous age-old rituals, traditional religious functions, gala parties and expensive wedding ceremonies absolutely serve no purpose if a marriage does not become amicable. When it is boring, weird or unsuccessful it will ultimately lead to a divorce or a frustrated life. This is the very reason why Vathsyayana wrote Kama Sutra. Vienna started a sexual college for the first time in the world and ancient India established an erotic museum-Khajuraho to enhance the knowledge on human sexuality. It is well elaborated in this satirical novel which has a triangular love conflict among three fashionable characters. The story is wound up with a curious theme of a responsible minister who made an attempt to secure a large commission payment by building an International Religious Complex with replicas of world famous religious institutions. His wife, a philanthropist planning to set up a mini-Khajuraho whilst secretly engaged in drug trafficking ends up in unexpected mire. This is a fascinating and thrilling satire which generates plenty of inspirations to an avid reader.

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