Sandhya Menon Writing Styles in When Dimple Met Rishi

Sandhya Menon
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Point of View

The point of view is told by two main characters - Dimple Shah and Rishi Patel. Both of their perspectives are told in the third person. The book both starts and ends with Dimple’s perspective, and is mostly told from her point of view. Some of the chapters are told completely from one character’s perspective, while others switch frequently between perspectives.

Menon writes the point of view from both Rishi and Dimple’s perspectives to show that a love story is different in the eyes of the person experiencing it - and there are always two sides of the story. Both Dimple and Rishi approach their relationship with completely different backgrounds and different ambitions. Telling their love story from both of their perspectives helps the reader sympathize with both characters and better understand where each of them is coming from, which is especially...

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