Raj Jain Comments On Worker Abuse in New Novel

‘Before the Big Bang’ explores abused workers’ day-to-day lives in railway town.

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Kharagpur, India (PRWEB) March 29, 2014

The new book, “Before the Big Bang” (published by Partridge India), by author Raj Jain is a sprightly commentary on class exploitation and struggles, based on real events in a railway town in India.

Before the Big Bang” explores class conflict, exploitation and the invidious distinction between railway workers and privileged railway officers.

Exposure to poverty left Jain with images in his head which he cannot erase. From these images he created the noisy world of struggle in “Before the Big Bang.”

With his story, Jain aims to help railway workers envision a society where they can get their bread and feel wanted in their rightful place, away from the struggle for existence they know too well.

“So long as mistreatment of a working class exists in any form, the book will remain relevant,” Jain says. “The same can be said for young love.”

“Before the Big Bang” also delves into the forbidden romance of young men and women, who break customs to be together.

“The reality of love in life cannot be separated from struggle for existence,” Jain says.

“Before the Big Bang”
By Raj Jain
Softcover | 5 x 8 in | 224 pages | ISBN 9781482817980
E-Book | 224 pages | ISBN 9781482817973
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble

About the Author
Raj Jain was a lecturer in English, but changed gears to be a dealer of imagination. He tries to bring things into existence that never existed before, mixing them in the backdrop of real events, to create an illusion.

Partridge India, a Penguin company, is a leading provider of book publishing, marketing, and bookselling services for authors in India, all priced appropriately for the Indian market. Committed to providing the highest level of customer service, Partridge India assigns each author personal publishing and marketing consultants who provide guidance throughout the process. Partridge India shares its headquarters with Penguin Books India in New Delhi. For more information or to publish a book, visit partridgepublishing.com/india or call 000.800.10062.62. For the latest, follow @PartridgeIndia on Twitter.


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