From Anamika’s diary, intuitive Prashant reflectively recreated flashbacks of the intriguing revelations of Pandey Niwas’s environs and Anamika’s life from innocent childhood to adolescence. A vivid vista is created with the inextricably intertwined episodes of
- The banishment of Sanjay who is ostracized on the accusations of molesting women during Holi.
- A saga of love triangles, betrayals due to seductive beauty and erotic manoeuvrability of corrivals, surprisingly ending in absolution instead of hatred.
- A live extravaganza of extreme moments of intimate physical union, when the utterance of one word inadvertently turned the lustful Anjana frigid and her revival of sexual exuberance, as if from ‘desert to an oasis’ and from ‘rancid despair into pulsating expectancy’.
An antithesis of ‘Frailty thy name is woman’, Anamika is the epitome of courage, conviction and congruity, her motto being ‘resolve to logical conclusion’. Her intrinsic instinct for survival had withstood the onslaught of many frightful adversities on her ‘Savior’ family, friends and inmates of Pandey Niwas.
Anamika, an embodiment of femininity, grace, attractiveness and alluring was married to Satyendra, an example of masculinity, handsomeness, muscled and driven, in a very memorable ceremony. Their relationship in their first night was a worldly replica of the cosmic love Radha had for Krishna. They promised not to be separated till they died.
On the 20th day of their marriage, Satyendra was found hanged. Is it a suicide or murder? A horrid stratagem? Prashant, once back in the real world, unravels the mystery of death – a horrendous conspiracy replete with sex and revenge.