Fiction (Novel):

In Love with you

In Love with You – A Novel (Upcoming)

Radhika, a young, talented girl living in Mumbai. At 23, she has crafted a life that revolves around her art, her diary, and her dreams. Her diary, a trusted confidant, reflects the depth of her personality, while her art is a vivid expression of her emotions and the world’s inherent beauty. Amidst the chaos of city life, Radhika nurtures an ambition to become a celebrated author, dreaming of weaving her experiences into a compelling narrative.

Radhika’s life is a blend of her passions and daydreams, particularly her longing for love and adventure. She fantasizes about a journey to Manali with a husband she has yet to meet, believing firmly in this predestined love. Her sanctuary is a local bookstore, a place where her love for literature deepens.

Her world changes when she meets Madhav, a man who seems to have stepped right out of her dreams. Their connection is immediate and deep, filling Radhika’s life with love and hope. Madhav embodies everything she has ever desired, and together, they embark on a journey filled with love and shared aspirations.

However, destiny has a different plan. The novel delves into the challenges and heartbreaks that life unexpectedly throws at them, testing the strength of their love. As they navigate these turbulent times, Radhika’s art and writing become her refuge, aiding her in processing her complex emotions.

“In love with you” is a story that captures the essence of youthful dreams, the power of love, and the resilience needed in the face of adversity. It’s a narrative that beautifully intertwines the joys and sorrows of life, highlighting the unpredictability of fate. This novel is not just a love story; it’s a poignant reminder of the enduring nature of hope and the relentless pursuit of passion, no matter what life brings.

The Effort – A Novel

Take a heart-wrenching journey with young Apu in “The Effort” by Santonu Kumar Dhar as he faces the shadows of grief on his ninth birthday after his mother’s death. When Deepak loses his job, Apu’s plan to pull his father from the depths of grief takes an unexpected turn. A moving examination of resiliency and the enduring link between a father and son follows.

Apu shows himself to be a remarkable example of perseverance in the face of hardship, despite his diminutive size. Apu faces challenges head-on, motivated by the memory of his late mother, even when the world pushes the boundaries of a child’s spirit. The story develops as an engrossing illustration of the unbreakable strength of will, tenacity, and effort.

Apu’s quest for achievement turns into a timeless tale of bravery, love, and how hard work can change a person. The tale masterfully illustrates how the expansion of the heart, rather than one’s physical size, is the actual measure of growth. Readers are encouraged to support a little hero who overcomes stereotypes and society’s expectations by following Apu’s adventure.

“The Effort” tells a story that appeals to all age groups. Readers of all ages are invited to follow the incredible journey of a young child who learns that courage, tenacity, and the unwavering spirit of a determined heart pave the way to success in this emotionally packed story. Accompany Apu on a life-changing adventure where the smallest among us can teach the greatest lessons about life, love, and the boundless potential within.

Life Of Love: A Novel

“Dive into the captivating world of ‘Life of Love,’ a heart-wrenching and passionately charged romance that unravels the complexities of love, resilience, and the journey to self-discovery. Join John and Sarah, our compelling protagonists, as they navigate the unpredictable twists of love’s terrain, bravely facing the highs and lows that life throws their way.

This emotionally charged narrative weaves a tapestry of raw authenticity, charm, and compassion, pulling readers into the enthralling portrayal of a relationship where joy and struggle coexist. Feel the pulse of their unwavering determination to conquer love’s challenges, as you embark on a rollercoaster ride of emotions that will leave you breathless.

‘Life of Love’ is not just a love story; it is a profound exploration of personal growth and the revelation of what it truly means to experience profound love. Watch as John and Sarah evolve, individually and together, in a beautifully nuanced narrative that captures the intricacies of the human heart.

This novel is a magnetic force, drawing readers in with its rich character development and relatable experiences, offering a fresh and enthralling perspective within the romance genre. Through every up and down, it stands as a testament to the resilience of the human spirit and the transformative power of love. ‘Life of Love’ guarantees to leave you with a profound understanding of the boundless depths of the human heart.”

Non Fiction (Spiritual):

The Upanishads – English Translations

The Upanishads are an anthology of 108 ancient Hindu sacred texts by different rishis, or “seers,” from the Vedas, which are said to be revelations received by seers while in a state of higher consciousness. These sacred verses, working together, provide profound insight into the mystery of life and our spiritual awakening.
The Upanishads are also known as Vedanta in Vedic philosophy, which means “the end of the Vedas.” as the Upanishads are the last parts of the Vedas, There are 108 Upanishads, of which 13 are Vedic Primary Upanishads: Isha, Kena, Katha, Prashna, Mundaka, Mandukya, Taittiriya, Aitareya, Chandogya, Brihadaranyaka, Shwetasvatara, Kaushitaki, and Maitrayaniya. Some are exclusively in poems, while others are in prose. The Upanishads are the foundational texts of Indian philosophy.

Paniniya Shiksha – English Translations

Paniniya Shiksha is one of the popular 72 Vedic Shiksha. Shiksha is a Sanskrit word that refers to “teaching, lesson, study, and skill learning.” Shiksha is the discipline of Vedic sound research that focuses on the letters of the Sanskrit alphabet, emphasis, quantity, stress, melody, and the laws of euphonic word combination during a Vedic recitation.

Shiksha (Science of Phonetics), Vyakarana (Science of Grammar), Chandas (Science of Meters), Nirukta (Science of Etymology), Jyotisha (Science of Movement of Cosmic Bodies), and Kalpa are the six limbs that help in the study of Vedas (methodology of performing rituals).

The Shiksha, for example, goes into great length regarding each and every sound in the Sanskrit language, its origin and the effort necessary in pronunciation, the intricacies of effective pronunciation, numerous flaws that may develop during the speech, and so on. The goal of Shiksha is to ensure that the Vedic sounds are passed down through generations in their original, pristine form, with no alterations.

Fiction (Bengali Novel):

Khudiram – Bengali Novel

This novel is inspired by the life of Khudiram Bose. Khudiram Bose (3 December 1889 – 11 August 1908) was an Indian-Bengali revolutionary who opposed British rule in India.

Khudiram along with Prafulla Chaki threw a bomb to assassinate the British Judge, Magistrate Kingsford thinking that he was in the car. Magistrate Kingsford was in another car, which resulted in the death of two British women, Mrs. Kennedy, and her daughter. Praful Chaki committed suicide before arrest. Khudiram was arrested. He was tried for the murders of two women and ultimately sentenced to death.

Khudiram was 18 years, 7 months, and 11 days old at the time of his execution, making him India’s youngest Indian revolutionary.