1) First of all, according to what you have stated, your marriage has not completed one year time period. Under both the Hindu marriage act of 1955 and under special marriage act, the divorce petition can be filed only after the competition of one year of marriage.
This is mentioned under sub-section 1 of section 29 of Special marriage act and under section 14 of Hindu marriage act. Please note: refer to the act under which the marriage was solemnised.
2) Divorce, however is an option only once you complete 1 year of marriage.
3)The other option could be to try and attend counselling and reconciling before you take any extreme decision.
4) The grounds that you have mentioned can be covered under cruelty and domestic violence act and can become a ground for you to seek divorce.
5) Instead of divorce, the other option could be filing for judicial separation under section 10 of the Hindu marriage act or section 23 of the Special marriage act. The grounds taken can be the same as the ones taken in divorce, that is cruelty (mental or physical).
6) You can even file an application for maintenance during this period of judicial separation.
7) This period of judicial separation can be indefinite. You will continue to be the wife, but you do not have to cohabit with him. This period may tighten your bonds and give you scope for a better marriage ahead.
I hope this answers your queries.