The Therapy is an absolutely fantastic piquant plot, delightfully crafted where romance accentuate a high degree of sensuality in an inter-racial marriage between Vije and Dr.Sarani. Vije met with a nasty car accident and his right leg was severely fractured. Sarani with her potentially effective treatment cured him in a short span of time. They opened up a Holiday Resort and an Orthopedic Clinic in the Maldives. She discovered a therapy for painless child birth and HIV virus which brought her laurels. She migrated to Canada where circumstances force her to involve in an undue affair with Vijes brother who was afflicted with Aids. He was gunned down and Vije was taken as prime suspect. He was imposed with death sentence to execute on electric chair according to the new enactment of the Penal code which was introduced to curb the ever escalating homicides in Canada. Vije got a dramatic release from the jail and story moves in suspense.
The Therapy provides a clear answer to the existing dissensions and holocausts in every parts of the globe where less knowledgeable people with blind faith and racial misconceptions commit heinous crimes.
Glamorous age-old rituals, traditional religious functions, gala parties and expensive wedding ceremonies absolutely serve no purpose if a marriage does not become amicable. When it is boring, weird or unsuccessful it will ultimately lead to a divorce or a frustrated life. This is the very reason why Vathsyayana wrote Kama Sutra. Vienna started a sexual college for the first time in the world and ancient India established an erotic museum-Khajuraho to enhance the knowledge on human sexuality. It is well elaborated in this satirical novel which has a triangular love conflict among three fashionable characters. The story is wound up with a curious theme of a responsible minister who made an attempt to secure a large commission payment by building an International Religious Complex with replicas of world famous religious institutions. His wife, a philanthropist planning to set up a mini-Khajuraho whilst secretly engaged in drug trafficking ends up in unexpected mire. This is a fascinating and thrilling satire which generates plenty of inspirations to an avid reader.