live in a world which is highly advanced in terms of science and technology.
But there are several fascinating ancient legends, myths and mysteries, which
are yet to be explained completely. Archaeologists, scientists as well as
interested people travelled to investigate the pyramids of Egypt, the Bermuda
Triangle, Eater Island, and several other places to find lost civilizations and
other undiscovered treasures.
I came to know about the discovery of an ancient civilization, Dwaraavatii, under the seabed of Dwarka, I rushed
to Dwarka to find out the truth of the legend. My mythological book, Last
Days of Dwaraavatii, will try
to reveal the truthfulness of Shri Krishna’s reign based on myth, ancient
treatise as well as archaeological findings.
reader will get a lot of information about different areas as well as the
opportunity to cultivate an interest to learn more. Although the book doesn’t
cover everything that’s going on in this world, it is a great reading
experience, and it serves as a gateway and an inspiration for further reading.
Pal was an eminent Chemical Engineer during his service life in the Indian
Ordnance Factories. He is also a poet and litterateur. He dedicated his retired
life in the field of literature. His poems, articles and short stories in
Bengali as well as English languages have been published in different
newspapers, Global Anthology (Heaven) as well as Asian Anthology.
travelled throughout India, especially historically ancient places. He went to
Tibet to visit Kailas and Manas Sarovar in search of abode of Gods as well as
abode of Lord Shiva as described in mythology. He travelled at Dwarka of
Gujarat state of India to find the truthfulness of Shri Krishna’s Dwaraavatii
discovered under the sea. He has published three novels in Bengali by Michael
Madhusudan Academy, Kolkata and one novel in English published internationally
by Notion Press, Chennai. Dibyendu Pal is honoured as a member of the Governing
Body of Michael Madhusudan Academy, Kolkata.