At the Lord Erwin Memorial Hospital in Raisingh Garh, an unauthorized drug trial on terminally ill cancer patients has gone horribly wrong. The patients are not humans anymore. They have turned into a ferocious breed of predators, hungry for blood and gore.
The madness is not restricted to just patients but is spreading like fire. Everyone is falling prey to it. That is not all. Since the hospital has been digitally locked down and there is nowhere to escape, the few survivors trapped inside are facing a nightmare like situation.
Will they be able to escape the undead or become one of them? Will the nightmare end in the white corridors itself or will it be unleashed upon the unsuspecting town? Is it just an accident or the product of a terrible conspiracy?
Tighten your seatbelts and recite your favourite prayers before you enter the…DEAD PEOPLE'S TOWN!
What if you are called a sinner for being a dreamer?
KAIVAN, a young villager, becomes the talk of the territory due to his unbelievable educational achievement. It couldn't be less than a well-deserved dream for anyone, being a focal point of unending familial expectations. But only until he gets to know that his intelligence is taken for granted in a disguised way. Adapting to the new city life turns out to be traumatic for him, but not as much as a sense of the realisation that his whole life was a well-structured lie.
A quarter-life existential crisis hits him hard when he discovers that even his life-long dream was not pure, but simply influenced. This unexpected mental trauma would have taken him for a toll forever if he hadn't meet KIARA, a hippy traveller from the Himalayas. A carefree walk of life with Kiara gives him hope to explore the world and discover himself. But how could he define this not-so-normal dream to a conservative a society whose definition of dreams is different?
Would Kaivan be able to leave everything behind to live his simple dream?
Have you experienced the mystique of Nidhivan, where Krishna is believed to perform Maha Ras with Radha and the Gopis even today?
Can you envisage Sri Krishna narrating the Bhagwat Gita to Arjuna at the epic Kurukshetra battlefield?
Want to know more about Bhalka Thirth, where Sri Krishna exited his earthly body?
'On the Krishna Trail' is a journey through the places associated with Lord Krishna during his time on earth. Essentially a travelogue, the book is entirely information driven with details of temples, location, legends, history, architecture and festivals. It is intended to serve as a useful guide to pilgrims planning to embark on this spiritual journey.
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How plausible is it that evolution, an inherently biological process, be governed by a mere human thought in the future? Can one dominant ideology have the power to not only alter the way we live, but also the way our species grows?
This story explores one such possibility.
The book involves four parallel stories in alternating timelines of people, who both knowingly and unknowingly, are involved in shaping the human future.
The people in these four stories, wound together by an experiment trying to alter the very nature of human consciousness, risk their lives to protect what they believe in, and their loved ones. But what consequences does this experiment have? Is the human race really so fickle to be altered by a mere ideology? And if it were for the greater good of our species, are a few sacrifices worth it?