The marriage bureau for rich people / Farahad Zama.

By: Zama, Farahad [author.]
Material type: TextTextPublisher: [Bath?] : Windsor/Paragon, 2009Edition: Large print edDescription: x, 321 p. (large print) ; 25 cmISBN: 9781408428535 (hbk.); 9781408428542 (pbk.)Subject(s): Interpersonal relations -- Fiction | Marriage -- India -- Fiction | Marriage counseling -- FictionGenre/Form: Large type books. Summary: Although Vizag is one of the most beautiful parts of India, Mr Ali finds himself bored in retirement and so decides to open a marriage bureau. Encouraged by the indomitable Mrs Ali, he has the good sense to appoint a local girl, Aruna, as his very able assistant. Under Mr Ali's and Aruna's imaginative care the marriage bureau flourishes, but things are not running so smoothly behind the scenes, as Aruna is nursing a secret that threatens to break her heart, while Mr Ali doesn't necessarily follow the wise advice he offers to those who come to him. And then love comes calling for Aruna, who finds herself facing an impossible dilemma.
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Although Vizag is one of the most beautiful parts of India, Mr Ali finds himself bored in retirement and so decides to open a marriage bureau. Encouraged by the indomitable Mrs Ali, he has the good sense to appoint a local girl, Aruna, as his very able assistant. Under Mr Ali's and Aruna's imaginative care the marriage bureau flourishes, but things are not running so smoothly behind the scenes, as Aruna is nursing a secret that threatens to break her heart, while Mr Ali doesn't necessarily follow the wise advice he offers to those who come to him. And then love comes calling for Aruna, who finds herself facing an impossible dilemma.

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