Is the destiny of every person already
written and sealed? If so, can anyone change it? Does the sub-conscious mind
have the power to alter the destiny by positive thinking alone? Welcome to
‘Altered Destiny’ a book based on human optimism, faith and belief.
It is the story of Yashwant Rathore, a
jailor who always tries to transform every prisoner in his jail. He treats all
the prisoners with compassion, counsels and motivates them to lead a positive
life after their release. His life changes one day … when he decides to reform
the notorious criminal Dilawar Khan by using the power of his sub-conscious
However, his dreams are shattered when
Dilawar Khan escapes from the prison in a daring adventurous drama and
continues to execute the tasks assigned by the ‘Organization’. But Yashwant
does not give up and continues to believe that Dilawar Khan would be reformed
Strangely enough, Dilawar Khan comes
across certain extra-ordinary situations while executing his ‘tasks’ which show
him an unknown new side of life, which is full of innocence, hope, love and
spirituality. In order to avoid being caught by the police and the
Organization, Dilawar Khan turns fugitive and stays incognito.
Would Yashwant’s sub-conscious mind
succeed in eventually reforming Dilawar Khan? How would the ‘Organization’
react to Dilawar Khan’s new ideology, which is based on love and compassion?
Would the law ever catch up with Dilawar Khan and punish him for the crimes
committed by him earlier in his life? Can a reformed criminal live a peaceful
life? What does the human side of a terrorist look like?
Altered Destiny is an interesting fast-paced
story with several twists and turns which will keep the reader glued to the
book till the very end. The book also attempts to explore whether ‘World Peace’
can be attained through the power of sub-conscious mind, thereby altering the
Suhas Inamdar is an engineering graduate.
Over the last twenty five years, he has worked in various parts of India and abroad.
He loves to see the positive side of
every human being.
Suhas hails from Hyderabad, India. He is
currently working in Dubai and lives there with his wife and two children.
In 2013, Suhas authored his first book –
Power Games of Life - which is an interesting blend of philosophy, motivation,
spirituality and happiness. Suhas believes in simplicity and has an opinion
that any person who does not laugh heartily at least once a day, is simply
wasting his life.