Pramod Deogirikar

‘Breaking the mould’ best describes Pramod Deogirikar’s life. After successfully bunny hopping from engineering studies to the Army to the corporate world and then, to education, he has found his calling in writing. True to his nature, he has already experimented in various genres with books on self-help and semi-fiction. His latest work is a foray into fiction. This book is based on a bizarre rumour he heard during his college days, around 50 years back. The story stayed with him, as he kept analysing it over and over again. The possibilities made him travel through a dark tRead More...


Forged By Fire

Books by Pramod Deogirikar

Unfortunate accidents have a way of finding Ramesh. He lived through a rough childhood and the loss of parents, forging his own character. But destiny seems to have new plans for him and his friends when he enrols into a management college in Indore. Will he be able to protect his ever shrinking social circle, or will he too meet a fiery end?

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Apna Time Aayega!

By Pramod Deogirikar in True Story | Reads: 452 | Likes: 1

Apna Time Aayega! Today, locked-up in my house in the national lock-down, I am reminded of my stay (Nov, 1987 to March, 1989) at Indian Scientific Station, Dakshin Gangotri, Antarctica for a period of 16 months which included 10 months of wintering; just 15 of us braving the severe Antarctic wint  Read More...

Published on Apr 6,2020 06:55 PM

Corona Abhi Nahi Rona

By Pramod Deogirikar in Poetry | Reads: 257 | Likes: 0

कोरोना, अभी नहीं रोना कोरोना, अभी नहीं रोनाचाहे काबू न आये खाँसनाकोरोना, अभी तो डरो नाचाहे रुके नहीं नाक बहनाकोरोन  Read More...

Published on Mar 28,2020 08:19 PM

Proof: This Lockdown Isolation is a Spoof!

By Pramod Deogirikar in General Literary | Reads: 282 | Likes: 0

Will starting the proof with a quotation be a goof? ‘Yesterday is but today's memory, and tomorrow is today's dream.’ – Khalil Gibran. So, never let yesterday use up too much of today. We usually lose today, because there has been a yesterday, and tomorrow is coming. This quote  Read More...

Published on Mar 28,2020 01:14 PM

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