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The essence of historical fiction lies in world-building. It necessitates the recreation of the past and the specific time period, while remaining mindful of the social mores, conventions, and ways of that era.Read more >
Delhi plays a significant role in the book. I have observed that the pressures for material success are more intense in the capital city, and this influence is reflected in the choices made by some of my characters.Read more >
The narrative unfolds as the tale of a lonely, isolated, and vulnerable immigrant who must summon the courage to seize control of her own life.Read more >
I love reading irrespective of the genre. I could even read the labels on the sauce bottles!Read more >
My first writing experiments were fun anecdotes featuring my friends, and they encouraged me to pursue writing.Read more >
The Crimson Throne of Mahoba is a historical fiction novel set during the reign of the Chandel dynasty in the Bundelkhand region of central India. It weaves a tale of ambition and treachery, love and deception, and the intricate machinations driven by an insatiable hunger for absolute power.Read more >
Evening skies fascinate me. My extensive research in astronomy and cosmology, along with discussions with prominent scientists in this field, have prompted me to share my concepts on the origin, evolution, and structure of the universe. This book presents the latest scientific discoveries and theories about the universe in an understandable manner for the benefit of science enthusiasts, including students, educators, amateur astronomers, and the general public.Read more >
Over the years, my reading preferences have naturally varied across different genres. At times, I’ve been drawn to the suspense and thrills of writers like Agatha Christie and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, while at other times, the wit and lightheartedness of PG Wodehouse has brought me great joy.Read more >