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9788184003833 60ad0c68f4c43e1217183cd1 Nude before God https://www.midlandbookshop.com/s/607fe93d7eafcac1f2c73ea4/60ad0c69f4c43e1217183ce2/9788184003833-us.jpg "Ram Krishna is an artist who paints nudes. Incensed by his wife's possible infidelity, and despite his own conjugal insecurities, he engages in an adulterous liaison. Immediately, Karma strikes: his wife's purported lover pushes him to his death into a flooding river. Unclad of corporal existence, he hovers above earth and discovers that—apart from his parents, dog, and a few friends—no one misses him. Dejected, he encounters Yama, the Lord of Death, and begins a conversation that extinguishes his own airs and affectations, and makes him see that he may have been wrong about life . . . and his wife. Armed with a wry sense of humour, Shiv K. Kumar lays bare the questions of humanity's inescapable end, plying us with a story of the afterlife that gives us new reasons to live and laugh." 9788184003833
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Nude before God

Nude before God

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  • ISBN: 9788184003833
  • Author: Shiv Kumar
  • Publisher: Penguin
  • Pages: 183
  • Format: Paperback
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"Ram Krishna is an artist who paints nudes. Incensed by his wife's possible infidelity, and despite his own conjugal insecurities, he engages in an adulterous liaison. Immediately, Karma strikes: his wife's purported lover pushes him to his death into a flooding river. Unclad of corporal existence, he hovers above earth and discovers that—apart from his parents, dog, and a few friends—no one misses him. Dejected, he encounters Yama, the Lord of Death, and begins a conversation that extinguishes his own airs and affectations, and makes him see that he may have been wrong about life . . . and his wife. Armed with a wry sense of humour, Shiv K. Kumar lays bare the questions of humanity's inescapable end, plying us with a story of the afterlife that gives us new reasons to live and laugh."

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