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The Wedding Wallah: Number 3 in series

Farahad Zama

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Marriage Bureau For Rich, Fiction, Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945)

A new and fast-moving storyline full of surprises, combine with a leap in the author's writing, and the invigorating ingredients that made The Marriage Bureau for Rich People a success, to offer a thoroughly enticing package with a seductive new look.

Mr Ali's flourishing marriage bureau seems to have chalked up another success when his ward, Pari, receives a surprise proposal from a rich, handsome aristocrat. But why is the boy's family so keen to get him married to Pari - an orphan, a widow, and now a single mother

Meanwhile Communist insurgents on the warpath in India's rural hinterland, and gays on the march for their rights in the big cities of Bombay and Delhi seem from another world. But soon these threatening forces invade the peaceful lives of Mr and Mrs Ali, their son Rehman and their able assistant Aruna...

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Farahad Zama

Farahad Zama moved to London in 1990 from Vizag in India, where the novel is set. He is a father of two, and he works for an investment bank.

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