My endless love and infinite guilt unleashed his revenge for blood.
A man named Tiyash, is dying in his car after a brutal attack on the outskirts of Gururgram. He takes a long breath which is supposed to be his last and finds himself in a place where there are no living beings. A surreal red atmosphere envelops the place, with an eclipsed sun and two bright lights running end to end. He meets a strange man in the wilderness named Draveen and they both get comfortable with each other and Tiyash shares his broken love story with him. Draveen offers him a deal and asks for something in return.
But who is Draveen? What is this place? What deal does he offer? What does Draveen really want? And why did he choose Tiyash? A series of murders take place and the police investigation begins. A love story turns into a horror story and then a revenge story. An Aghori awakens and realizes there is a war coming which will shake the loka (realms). Is this destiny taking its shape or karma fulfilling itself? But in the end, will love win?
The book is a horror romance fiction that touches various aspects of mythological beliefs. It is the first in the trilogy.
Every other learning has been instilled in us through storytelling for eons and is going to be so for ages to come. The fascinating moments when a mother starts telling stories to her child are the most magical of all. This collection of bedtime stories will trigger untouched yet strong chords that lay cozy in every memory lane. Welcome to the world of muses, which every child loves and every mother is proud to traverse with her child!
SAT MATH MISSION 800 (first edition) explains in detail about concepts of SAT maths . This book has been written in simple and lucid language so as to cater the need of students of all levels. Problems have been explained thoroughly and unsolved problems are provided at the end of each chapter with answers.
The verses in the book represent a variety of emotions, viz. love for a child and a mother, intense longing of a lover, appreciation, even worshipping of beauty, anger and sensitivity relating to inequalities and unjust outcomes in the society, humanity for workers, agony and ecstasy in the spiritual realms, love for nature, among others. Hence the book’s title is, Life: A Tapestry of Emotions.The verses are at once sensuous and spiritual, simple and grand, emotive and philosophical, profound and at times profane, and majestic and commonplace. In a sense, the thematic sections under which the verses are classified reflect the evolution of a ‘person’ in me, from romance to social sensitivity to bhakti. To be sure, they can coexist as they did and do. Most verses are in English and some in Tamizh. I hope the readers enjoy the verses in the book and could possibly ‘relate’ to some experiences or imaginations contained therein.