Four friends grow up in Delhi in the �70s and �80s before moving to different continents. Decades later, they reunite in Delhi, with its ever-changing landscapes. Reema, the only one to remain in the city of their shared past, is bitten by the high-society bug. Her friends who had moved out, witness a sea-change in her, and during their two-week stay in Delhi, not only do they wake up to the dying and decaying values of Delhi, but also to Reema�s self-destructive ways.This humorous and witty take on Delhi�s darker side is as entertaining as it is enlightening.ANITA KUMAR is a trained calligrapher and an artist. She has held exhibitions on calligraphic Ganeshas and Oms in various galleries. Her inspirational journey, Turning the Page, has touched many lives. She is also the author of The Divine Light. Dividing her time between Delhi, London and New York, Anita took to writing to express the ever-changing canvas of her life.Delhi: Anything Goes is Anita�s debut novel.