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Fight Story Life Will Always Be a Fight Between Destiny and Will

Author Name: Vamsidhar Chaturvedula | Format: Paperback | Genre : Literature & Fiction | Other Details

“Who do you think you are? A monster slayer or a god? And why do you think people listen to monster-slayers or gods? It’s because they fear them more than the monsters themselves.”

“People won’t fear me. I am not you.”

“And you think it’s up to you to decide that? It’s the people we’re talking about. Gods and monsters—these are just different names people give to justify their clinging to something higher, to hide their inherent, weakness-driven, pathetic behaviours. They will form cults after you. They will blindly follow you. You think you’re liberating them, but all you’re doing is binding them further and stronger.”

As Veera Bhadra struggles to find his place in all the happenings between life and death, unsure if his unfathomable strength was a gift or a curse, he meets Karthik—his answer.


“Mom, why do I like to fight so much?”

“People like many things. Some like drawing. Some like dancing. And you like fighting.”

Young Karthik did not seem to be satisfied with the response.

“You are not listening to me, mom. I like to fight so so so much more than others. So much more than anyone likes to dance. I don’t want to do anything else.”

“So, do it. What’s the problem?”

“There is no problem. I just don’t know why I love fighting so much.”

As Karthik struggles to find his place in all the wins and death, unsure where his unexplainable passion will lead, he meets Veera Bhadra—his answer.

Two lives. Different destinies. One epic encounter.

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Vamsidhar Chaturvedula

Dr. Vamsidhar Chaturvedula holds a bachelor’s in dental surgery and a master’s in clinical research. Vamsi began his writing as a hobby almost a decade back, and the archives can be found at http://www.convenientkarma.blogspot.in.

He also published his collection of poems (in Telugu), Antarpadham (antar, inward; and padham, path), of which several were also published in well-known magazines. As a person, he loves to explore people, places, passions, perspectives and philosophies from the lens of purpose and the paradox they bring along.

Vamsi lives in Bangalore with his wife and 8-year-old kid, who recently reminded him, “It is a brave new world out there, Papa!”