Ghanshyam baba was a beggar with an odd peculiarity. He stood at the crossroad outside his hamlet every day and begged the wayfarers to listen to a little katha from him. Anyone who has travelled the length, or breadth, or even a small stretch of India knows that beggars usually don’t give; they ask. But Ghanshyam baba begged everyone to take something from him. “Would you … [Read more...]
The author lives in Pune, India, and is pursuing a degree in Business Administration (for the sake of getting one). What he really dreams about, is changing the world through fictional characters—characters that believe in all the things that he believes in, but which are far more interesting, innocent and readable than he is. Either that, or becoming wildly successful, earning millions of dollars, and gaining all sorts of critical acclaim. He can’t decide, because he dreams of both.