THE SNOWS OF KANCHENDZONGA is
an assortment of writings, not unlike a box of chocolates; some sweet and
others bitter sweet. It has in it short stories, anecdotes, essays and even a
memoir or two. The author has borrowed the title of the book from an article on
his father’s brother who died the same day his father went to visit him.
LETTING GO OF MY FATHER’S SOUL is about the author remembering his father, the
grief the family suffered and how they finally came to terms with it taking
solace in the teachings of the Bhagavad Gita, the holy scripture of the Hindus
which literally translates to The Song of the Lord and is equivalent to the
Holy Koran of Islam and The Christian Bible. THE A...