Nights of the Velvet: A Conditional Dream...

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Partridge Publishing, Jul 8, 2015 - Fiction - 298 pages
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Sid and Neha come together at the unfolding of the new phase of life, starting of their professional careers in bustling city of Bangalore. This coming along of the two streams of different nature, of a river, fills life with merriment of togetherness. They flow with sheer tenderness. Dreams of individuals start making room for one another. One night of velvet, this dream nurtured and conditioned with friendship, out of unknown urges, unfolds a territory never imagined of. The streams so far flowing playfully, collide; setting a storm on, to shatter many dreams sketched together, but with different viewpoints. Strings woven together, start pulling away in different directions, strangulating the relation to ebb out the life bestowed. Storm settles on the edge of devastation or a renovation altogether, unfolds with time.....
 

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Prologue
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Fourteen
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Twenty
Twenty Four
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A resident of Bhubaneswar (Odisha), after pursuing his Master degree, shifted to Bangalore starting his professional career in Wipro Technology. He spends his leisure time in photography, sketching, reading spiritual books, writing screenplay, dialogue, and creating storyboards.

Deepak's writings are inspired by real life characters and more focused on true incident/happenings. Here in this novel, it's focused on corporate atmosphere, friendship and the basic lifestyle of an IT professional, whose calendar month is comprised of 8 days (weekends) only, where he sees life inside the four walls of his room.

You can get in touch with Deepak via:


Facebook: www.facebook.com/Deepak Ranjan
Facebook Photography page: www.facebook.com/Dr's Photography
Promotional Song: www.youtube.com/Zindegi meri samander koi
mail: dmotionp@gmail.com/ dbehera548@gmail.com

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