360 DEGREES BACK TO LIFE: A Litigant's Humorous Perspective on Divorce

360 DEGREES BACK TO LIFE: A Litigant's Humorous Perspective on Divorce

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360 DEGREES BACK TO LIFE

A Litigant’s Humorous Perspective on Divorce

 

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Vandana Shah

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360 DEGREES BACK TO LIFE

A Litigant’s Humorous Perspective on Divorce

 

eBook by

Vandana Shah

 

 

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Unlike most eBooks on divorce which focus on the trauma of divorce (which indeed it is), Vandana Shah takes a positive and honest perspective and hides her pain beneath a cloak of humour. She does it without rancour and does not ask for sympathy-you are provoked to question diverse issues in Indian society - the patriachal values, the double standards, the hypocrisy and pretences-her 'incidents' make you laugh and cry - the italicised last lines of each chapter show a maturity (beyond her years) and carry a wealth of meaning which is so relevant to life - the eBook reaches out and is a learning experience ....

 

VANDANA SHAH describes herself as an author, lawyer and social entrepreneur helping to rebuild lives. She is a divorce advocate based in Mumbai, India. As a young woman from Ambala City she moved to Mumbai. Vandana Shah was orphaned at a young age. She has degrees in psychology and marketing.

Vandana Shah was married for six months to a man from a wealthy Indian family. When he filed for divorce, her life was shattered. 360 Degrees Back to Life is the story of humiliation and social stigma surrounding divorce that still exists in India, her realization of the need of divorce support groups, and her courage to start such a group. This is her first eBook and has received wide recognition.

Vandana Shah writes Ex FILES, a newsmagazine solely dedicated to divorce. She regularly appears on television and literary events and writes in major Indian newspapers. She does charitable work for Mother Teresa's Charity and the International Institute of City Farming, where she is working to publicize a method endorsed by the United Nations.

 

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