Algebra of Hope tells the story of Rakesh, a doctor who takes a job in Riyadh.In addition to earning a better living, he had a more important objective in moving to Saudi Arabia – to appear for a fellowship exam in orthopedics.
Kozhikode, India (PRWEB) May 21, 2013
“Indians have been going go to the Middle East to work, many of whom finds themselves trapped in a tangle of obligations – to their dear ones in their native land, for whom they earn without feeling, and to their employers, for whom they work without thinking,” author Ranjit Divakaran states.
“Algebra of Hope” (published by AuthorHouse) tells the story of Rakesh, a doctor who takes a job in Riyadh. In addition to earning a better living, he had a more important objective in moving to Saudi Arabia – to appear for a fellowship exam in orthopedics. He then sees and experiences what this Middle East job and life is all about.
“In the social and family fabric that we live in, the obligatory fibers are plentiful,” Divakaran believes. “However, for ill-defined reasons an Indian expat has been told that he should strip the obligation to himself. He does this proudly in the giving years and gets intoxicated by the tag of a giver. Grey hair and wrinkled face later on tells him, why did you not look after yourself? Regret takes over hope as his best years have already been surrendered.”
“Algebra of Hope”
By Ranjit Divakaran
Softcover | 5 x 8 in | 302 pages | ISBN 9781477296004
E-Book | 302 pages | ISBN 9781477292211
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Ranjit Divakaran is a native of the Indian state of Kerala and is professionally a maxillofacial surgeon serving a university hospital in Bahrain. He graduated from, and did postgraduate work at, Kerala University and obtained a fellowship and advanced surgical training from the United Kingdom. Divakaran has been in the Middle East for almost 12 years in Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Qatar and Bahrain.
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