Sahitya Akademi Publications, 2002 - Gujarati fiction - 250 pages
Two Small Town Merchant Families Pledge To Marry Their Childern Sukhlal And Sushila To Each Other When Two Come Of Age. Before That Happens, SushilaıS Family Moves To Mumbai And Strikes It Rich. Champak Sheth, The ıPatriarchı Of The Rich Family Wants To Get Out Of The Promised Alliance At Any Cost. Without Taking Sides, Vevishaal Tells The Story Of The Ensuing Struggle Between A Wealthy, Ruthless Man And His Presumed Meek Adversaries. The Showdown At The End Of The Narrative Reveals All The Principle Characters At Heights Of Their Build-Up.
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