A M Nagesh

The author is a well-known senior psychiatrist, fifty-nine years old, practicing psychiatry in his home district Hassan for thirty-two years. A keen enthusiast in sports, he is a shuttle badminton and tennis player. After his under-graduation in medicine, he joined a prestigious institute to complete his post-graduation in psychiatry. After completion of his post-graduation in psychiatry, he had worked briefly in the same institute for an ongoing research project, and then made up his mind to begin his career as a consulting psychiatrist. His passion for reading and writing though recent, he has to his credit writing articles to the local Kannada newspapers. At one time, his articles were published in one of the local newspapers continuously for twenty-five weeks. He has written two Kannada books, which are popular in Karnataka, and brought three music albums comprising its lyrics on mind, matter and meditation. Most of his writings and many of his narrations are his own concepts for drawn-out phrases from ancient scriptures, on what conspired between his friends while discussing and on what he has observed in his psychiatric practice. Some of his parables are interesting. His first publication of this book was in 2013 and made available in his clinic. He is married to Smt Chaya, having two children, Dhanya and Manu; both are doctors.
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Prarthana

Books by A M Nagesh

Discussions about the Upanishath without understanding its essence are irrelevant; in such a situation, it is better to avoid talking on this subject. Upanishath is a vast subject. I chose a topic in Upanishath that suits a psychiatrist well. Being a psychiatrist, I always raise my voice against the sinister plans of certain Janthar Manthar's, who have sowed the seeds of evil in the minds of innocent people in our so

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Paavithratha

Books by A M Nagesh

It has been said that a psychiatrist's mind is like a doctor's handwriting. In my first English book, Parivarthana (the change), I have made a mention about "Shrink". I am of the opinion that a psychiatrist would remain shrunk unless he does not come out from the western ideas and goes nearer to the eastern mysticism. De knotting Kagga (knot) of late Dr. D V Gundappa (a well-known author in Kannada literature) would

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Parivarthana

Books by A M Nagesh

Today man is nefarious for two reasons. One is due to lack of insight and another in want of enlightenment. If by chance there is a change in him, immoralities turn into morality and his miseries change to mysticism. Both morality and mysticism would take us to mystique world. Empirically insight would be a near possibility than enlightenment. Though these two characters are theoretically valued, present changing values have made both values less valuable. Fro

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