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This is the author’s third book. His first book, Adventures in Three Worlds, is a recollection of the events that happened in the author’s life and the lessons he learned. The second book, A Path to Discover, is like a treatise on the world’s reaction to the coronavirus, which people are still going through, one wave after another with new variants.
This book, Voyage – Offshore Pioneering to Subjective Reality & Prasanthi, starts with the early days of Mumbai High development and goes on to discuss indigenization, where the oil and gas industry is heading versus renewable, and increased risk service providers are subjected to with the industry. The author then narrates his transition from the offshore oil and gas industry to ‘Subjective Reality, Sanatana Dharma and Peace’ in sunset years.
He reminds of Adi Shankara’s teaching, ‘a duty-based life’ and not ‘a right based society’.
The author concludes by suggesting the importance of spending time each day alone in silence to create an inner connection. Silence is a form of peace in every situation of life and has a meaning. Whether it is a slow period of life, a loss of a relationship or a loss of life, the silence it brings along has a purpose. The purpose is to understand life. Most people wake up to their day purposeless just to become a part of the race. When the period of silence comes into their life, they break down very easily because they never spent that much needed time to have a realization of the true meaning of life.
Natesan Ramalingam Iyer
Natesan Ramalingam Iyer, also known as Ram, hails from an orthodox Hindu Brahmin lower-middle-class family. His father’s roots are from a remote village called Palnat Agaram off Vellore in Tamil Nadu while his mother hails from Ponur, a village near Mayiladuthurai in Tamil Nadu. Ram was the first in his clan to move out of Tamil Nadu and travel to North India and abroad. Ram is a passionate writer and has travelled widely in the UK, Europe, the USA, the Middle-East and the far-east countries. He is a veteran engineer by profession. He has to his credit a good number of technical presentations in reputed forums. He believes that it is the responsibility of society to secure the lives of their future generations by imparting technology as well as Sanatana Dharma. He is an advocate for the privatization of the fossil fuel industry.
The author, all his life, is associated with the sea with a long stint in the offshore upstream oil and gas industry, having seen ups and downs. He keeps his brain cells active by keeping a tab on the world offshore oil and gas industry; ever willing to guide new entrants to the field. The author’s daughter, Gayathri Satish, and granddaughter, Pooja Satish, are of great encouragement to him, given the inert and hollow conditions the Covid-19 virus has created in the last two years.
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