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Natesan Ramalingam Iyer

Natesan Ramalingam Iyer, also known as Ram, hails from an orthodox Hindu Brahmin lower-middle-class family. His father’s roots are from a remote village called Palnat Agaram off Vellore in Tamil Nadu while his mother hails from Ponur, a village near Mayiladuthurai in Tamil Nadu. Ram was the first in his clan to move out of Tamil Nadu and travel to north India and abroad.

 The author is indebted to his former colleagues from Ocean Engineering Division (OED), Engineers India Ltd (EIL), Col. K.R Murty and late Dr. Anil Kumar Malhotra for kindling a passion for writing. The author’s daughter, Gayathri Satish, and granddaughter Pooja Satish inculcated in him not to give up this passion.

The author emphasizes to differentiate between “need” and “want”; choose the “NEED” rather than the “WANT”. Hopefully, this book will stimulate readers to understand that with every disaster, there is a path to discover a solution.




Books by Natesan Ramalingam Iyer

This is the author’s second book. His first book, ‘Adventures in three worlds’ is a recollection of the events that happened in the author’s life and the lessons he learned.

This book is like a treatise on the world’s reaction to the coronavirus, people are still going through. Life is just like a sea, we are moving constantly. Nothing stays with us, what remains are just the memories of some people who touched us

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Adventures in Three Worlds

Books by Natesan Ramalingam Iyer


This book is a recollection of the events that happened in the author’s life and the lessons he learned. This memoir is an attempt to describe how his life began and nurtured. Apart from his personal life, it also covers significant instances from the upstream oil and gas industry. 

His father taught him ‘honesty’ in an era where the author realized with dismay that he can be honest, but he can’t make the world honest. He is unable to

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By Natesan Ramalingam Iyer in Humour & Comedy | Reads: 100 | Likes: 0

A major issue cropped up in my Condo in Singapore between families having pet dogs and those not having pet dogs. Our Condo consists of 7 Towers. It started with those not having pet dogs complaining that passenger lifts should not be used for walking the dogs; it leaves a bad odor in the lift cabin  Read More...

Published on Apr 22,2020 06:47 PM

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