Gita mehta writes beautifully in a river sutra that makes this book a very pleasant read but it is not the kind of literary fiction that it is dressed up to be there are short plots wrapped up in a couple of chapters one chapter to introduce the character and one chapter to explain why he she is in narmada. Supersummary a modern alternative to sparknotes and cliffsnotes offers high quality study guides that feature detailed chapter summaries and analysis of major themes characters quotes and essay topics this one page guide includes a plot summary and brief analysis of a river sutra by gita mehta in 1993 the indian author gita mehta published her third book a river sutra. A river sutra is a collection of stories written by gita mehta and published in 1993 the books stories are interconnected by both a geographical reference the narmada river and the narmada river valley and by the theme of diversity within indian society both present and past. A river sutra especially is an accessible read for those interested learning about indian society as it has been rev mehtas writing is fantastic and should be read by anyone who would like to explore south asian literature. In a river sutra gita mehta took a new direction in her writing in her previous works karma cola 1979 and raj 1989 mehta had focused on the interactions between india and the western world in a river sutra mehta changes focus and explores the diversity of cultures within india to accomplish this mehta presents seemingly unconnected
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