Dr. Sanjay Laghate started his theatre journey from the year 1986. He completed his Diploma in Mechanical engineering, M.Sc (Maths), B.Ed and did M.A (Marathi) and after that, he completed his Ph.D. in Marathi where his subject was ' A Detailed and Critical Analysis of the plays written by the playwright Prof. Ram Joglekar, which he completed from Vikram University, Ujjain in 2016. Since 2000, he has been the director/coordinator of Rangshivir. From playing different characters in 18 Hindi/Marathi plays to winning an award for the best actor for the play ' Kanyadaan', he has also worked as an assistant director for children play's and then directed seven play's both in Hindi and Marathi. He also translated plays from Marathi to Hindi which are, Samidha, Case no. 99 and Bas ab aur nahi bhaiya and then translating from Hindi to Marathi which are, Morphosis, Uske baad and Anveshak. Also, he has written a play based on the novel Kevalya Len.
He is the Principal of Artists Combined Institute of Performing Arts which was initiated by him and also working as the Secretary of Artists Combined, Gwalior, (M.P).
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.
This book is meant for Agriculture Scientists , field workers, researchers, planners etc for the over all development of Maize in Himachal Pradesh. It is based on up to date scientific information collected for all possible sources.
“Red Clipper An entertaining espionage story of a dangerous plot that can change the current world order. Few mentions of how the new spy network operates to make you think a lot of something in your life could be wrong… “
The author has six poetry books.
One English Book published from America and another from Romania. Others are in Bengali.
Each poem is a specimen of her beautiful imagination. It has a fragrance of love, beauty and aspiration. Her poetry become popular to common people. Many reciters recite her English and Bengali poems in different languages on TV and Radio.