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Author Name: Amar B. Singh | Format: Paperback | Genre : Poetry | Other Details

Thousands of years later, Krishna and Arjuna meet again in the battlefield of Kurukshetra.

Arjuna is in a new battle this time, that with the virus... The bravest of warriors is helpless against nature and seeks some fundamental answers from the Creator...With his son dead, will Arjuna listen to the Lord and get over his grief or, have times changed...

Written in  verses, the poetry takes to the human experience of life and the basic quest of understanding how life works and why... Knowing God's mind..

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Amar B. Singh

Born in Jamshedpur, India, in 1979, Amar B. Singh grew up in the township of Telco Colony. His early schooling was at the Chinmaya Vidyalaya which helped shape his interest in Hindu Vedanta philosophy. In 1997, he went to Bihar Institute of Technology, where he studied metallurgical engineering. He went to XLRI, Jamshedpur for his MBA and studied finance and strategy for his major areas. He later added the LLB degree to his educational qualifications.

He worked across areas of finance, marketing and strategy but he refuses to brand and limit himself to any name or function, that can define him. This existential question of who we are, remains his essential point across all his writings.

About his own work, Amar has said that he is helping create conditions for a more perceptive society – a society that doesn’t live blind. His poems and narratives have the ancient wisdom of religion and culture embroidered together with the context of the modern day. The early influences on him, of the great epics, run like a thread through all that he writes.

Amar’s interest areas lie in philosophy, psychology, religion and more specifically, into the concept of human existence w.r.t space and time. He sees science and religion as two sides of the same coin. In his own words, “a non-scientific person cannot be truly religious, and a non-religious person will never know beyond the known sciences.”



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