by Shakuntala Rajagopal

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On an idyllic afternoon in the breathtakingly beautiful Kovalam Beach, among the waving coconut palms, rhythms of the ocean waves and hot afternoon sun, two young medical students fall in love. Radha is a young girl raised in the strictest Hindu traditions, and Danny is a Christian boy. In this classical story, we follow them as their lives intertwine and separate, their dreams blossom and wither, and as pawns in the game of fate they land back on the same shores of the ocean to experience their ultimate destiny. Radha's story is unique, and evokes tender smiles, laughter and tears, anger and indignation, and above all, hope, despite all ups and downs. As we journey along, we experience the exotic, wonderful and extraordinary lives of this duo. "Radha" is vividly set in India and in the United States, and her story can only be told by one who has lived in both worlds. The author, Shaku Rajagopal, is a physician herself. Thus she brings an authentic voice to the medical side of the story with rich detail, while keeping our hearts and minds sympathetic to Radha's personal needs and dreams, leaving us rooting for Radha's happiness.

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BN ID: 2940015452310
Publisher: Shakuntala Rajagopal
Publication date: 09/10/2012
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 131 KB

About the Author

Shakuntala Rajagopal, affectionately known as Dr.Shaku, was born in Kerala, South India, and came to the United States in her early twenties. After a long and distinguished career in Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, she retired to be an active grandmother, while pursuing her passions of writing and painting.

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Radha 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
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A beautifully written ensemble which captures the reader and vividly describes eastern traditions. You'll actually feel the author's warmth, passion and personality as you read each page! A wonderful escape!