My 10 year Journey: Why I wrote “The Modern Day Hindu?”

Money, fortune and social media cannot assure mental balance.

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The Modern Day Hindu


I have been someone who stayed away from humans for the most part of my teenage. I sucked at making friends. I was always enveloped by trolls who wouldn’t bat an eye about the dreams I carried. I dropped out of my engineering because of my inability to mix up with a huge crowd.

My first book turned out to be a critic disaster and life was taking a very ugly turn.

Meanwhile, I traveled a lot after my first book. I enjoyed promising careers as a travel writer and later, a travel speaker. I delivered by first TED(x) at 19. I was already holding thousands of readers by 20 but that just took me closer to a very narcissist approach towards life.
I thought I was flawless at everything. I thought I have learned everything. That’s where I started to fall.

Being alone, surrounded by all the negative vibes and half knowledge about everything, I was destined to give up. I was being bashed for my inability to perform at par with others.

I turned Twenty One.

That’s where I opened my first book religiously.

I started reading.

I started researching.

I would open numerous research papers on the History of India. I started developing an inclination towards the forgotten civilisations and politics. I would read, re-read, and develop alternate scenarios in my head every day. I took a break from a very public life that I enjoyed, in order to finally start learning.

‘Dharma’ was the term that always fascinated me. The knowledge in Hindu(ism) and the hidden consciousness in Hindu culture transformed me. I realised an affinity towards both awareness and the art of giving.
I started learning different aspects of writing. I became a changed man who had the patience and honesty with self. I knew my loopholes and I was working on removing them, through curiosity and reading. I learned various forms of literature. I tried diverse career options, from professorship to travel script writing, spiritual column writing, poetry, public speaking, entrepreneurship, and political commentary. My journey restarted where I would pick up people who are as isolated as I was, I trained them with all my energies, gave them all I could and the bright little smile of satisfaction and prosperity they carried erased my loneliness within. I was surrounded by hundreds of storytellers who would not only look up to me but also travel carve different paths with a sense of confidence.

I am Twenty-Five now.
A little less ambitious than before, but finally surrounded by genuine faces, a writer in every major city of India, happy parents and no more a loner. My 10 year was adventurous, striking, and decisive. Finding the lost wisdom of India’s fascinating past presented me with my own self. This is the purpose of “The Modern Day Hindu” book.

Book Synopsis

The Modern Day Hindu
“Here are your instructions. You must overlook everything you know. Modern Day Hindu needs you to blur the edges of white and the dark spheres of life. It is my journey, practicing a very rare Hindu way of living, and blending the same with Quantum Physics, The Cosmos, a whole lot of Hollywood Movie mentions, Rock Music and Passionate Resistance. This book provides resolutions to the Twenty-First Century dilemmas through certain laws, I decoded, while implementing the classical Indian knowledge. The book reveals the wandering consciousness of Hinduism. Awareness, that might complete your missing puzzle. It just might”

Simplifying the knowledge of Hinduism to explore your inner beasts and embracing your flaws before gradually removing it. To understand life through the Hindu way of living.