Since my childhood I have had an unquenchable appetite for words; reading was next to breathing for me. Getting acquainted with the likes of Albert Camus, Ayn Rand, Marquez, Nietzsche, Maugham, Kafka, Kiran Nagarkar, Bhau Padhye, Richard Bach et al. had a profound impact on me about use of words and portrayal of ideas. I got introduced to existentialism at quite a young age, perhaps.
Nietzsche’s quote, “God is dead”, surprised and shocked me equally. The opening lines in Camus’ “The Stranger”, opened an important human character trait to me about the emotional indifference, wherein his mother’s death does not make any difference to the principle character. The lines read, “Maman died today. Or yesterday maybe, I don’t know. I got a telegram from the home: ‘Mother deceased. Funeral tomorrow. Faithfully yours.’ That doesn’t mean anything. Maybe it was yesterday.”
Soon my liking for words had matured from just reading to scribbling some lines of my own. Starting with 2-liners for some advertising pamphlet to 4-liners for some puppy-love type greeting cards, I was writing something that made sense; something that people liked – not sure in what capacity :-). Nonetheless, I continued to write, and write as much I could. I wrote poetry, short stories, and plots for short films.
My published work is featured here:
Life Before Death is a narrative is about a man struggling to shed away the discomfort in his life. It also gives a delightful perspective about the father-daughter relationship. The story deals about how present life can get messy worrying about life after death.
The book is available Amazon Kindle store.
Why You Must Know This Man: The Life and Times of Amit Dutta Gupta beautifully captures ‘identity’ of Amit Dutta Gupta, an inspirational leader and a great motivator.This book details the experiences of some of the industry captains whose lives Amit Da touched and changed forever.You can buy a copy of this book on Amazon.
69: The Otherwise Poetry is a collection of 69 poems that perceptively romanticises a relationship between two lovers. The poems narrate the yearning of betrayed soul, who now craves to reunite with his passionate inamorata.
The collection, aptly titled 69: The Otherwise Poetry, will be of interest to readers who are on a hunt for an interesting read. Buy your Kindle ebook here.
An Epic poem of 21st Century Inc. told in a mode of Victorian age. Silent Moments of Melancholy, impelled by aridity of solitude, unfolds the looming veil on the suppressed excruciation of young generation.
The poems, the absurd, night mares of the present will make you moan silently with the frozen echo within you. Buy your Kindle ebook here.