"Four Steps to Marriage" is a compilation of thoughts on the process to get married. It discusses the critical aspects of marriage as an institution and the decisions that needs to be taken, just not to sustain the marriage, but the two individuals who are into it. This book, holds a motivational aspect for all the working women to get married, because as per natures' law the body and the soul takes its natural course, and when we talk about Continual Woman Empowerment, marriage is an extremely critical aspect of it. Exemplifying the above idea, by a citation from the book, where completion of education is emphasised, before you tie the knot. Now "education" over here means, the basic degree which will have the power to sustain your career, it can be anything, an MBA, after a B.Tech or an M.Sc after B.Sc or any other course which you always wanted to do. An important aspect to observe is, not that, these things cannot happen after marriage, it can, but this is analogous to nurturing a tea shrub under the shde tree, this critical combination has the capability to enhance or lessen the tea taste. An uneven combination of the shade can be fatal to the tea leaves, and result is an imbalance which can turn out to be lethal. Reasoning out this balance and drafting your marriage plans are extremely important, because after all marriage is also an important career decision that we make.
Andrie Singh, a Digital Cartographer by profession and a techie, working with an MNC. She is an academically oriented person, National Scholar, having multiple other Scholarships and Felicitations which has distinguished her in the field of Science & Technology. She has been a relentless promoter for Women's Development, through literature and philanthropy. Her early contributions in this field has been as an International Poetess & Essayist. This book is reflection of her thoughts and ideas on Women Empowerment, through the institution of Marriage. She is a firm believer and advocates the idea of Continual Development in the changing definitions and paradigms of society, culture and relations and very vividly propagates the importance of family and its associated gifts and luxuries.