The present study discusses two important notions such as the element of politicization and globalization in the work of an Indian author, Arundhati Roy. Throughout history, politics and globalization have consistently served as a rich and productive subject matter for the creation of literary works, dating back to ancient times. This study aims at exploring the implications of politics and globalization in the selected work. The study is qualitative and uses Dissent Theory through which the writer’s resistance against undesirable politico-global interventions are revealed. The study concludes that the writer makes severe criticism on the negative effects of globalization and thinks this notion of globalization as a sort of neocolonialism and through this hegemonic power the country is being ruled by the foreign power. Similarly, she has discussed the second aspect of manipulation of politics where she used her characters as national allegory.