21 Apr 2018

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17 Apr 2018

The Last Nomad | A Conversation

Here comes The Last Nomad to strike a conversation with you, once again.



The Last Nomad is Heramb Sukhathankar's debut novella. It is receiving critical acclaim and being very well appreciated by readers.

What's the book all about? See this video.



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Here's what the readers have to say about the book on Goodreads.

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15 Apr 2018

Majhi Metro Festival is back

Majhi Metro Festival is back this year with the theme 'Art in Motion'.



Happy to share with you that my poem has been approved! 😊

If you like the poem, do vote by tapping on the heart icon on this link: https://goo.gl/mjHKT1

You can also stand a chance to win, if you can write, paint or click art in motion.


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23 Mar 2018

Story: Elephant and a tiny blade of grass


A cute little elephant lived alone in a vast and dense forest. Separated from his family due to some reason, he enjoyed being solitary. Having the entire expanse to himself, he thoroughly explored every bit of the land.

His day started with eating the fresh, juicy bananas and stalks of sugarcane after which he played in the pond till noon.

Days passed by and the cute elephant was no longer cute. He started enjoying uprooting small trees and grass to make a flat land for his fanciful play of kicking fallen coconuts. A tiny blade of grass, swaying in the wind, was watching in silence.

On the morning after the next, the wind was blowing hard. The elephant, excited by this sudden change in the weather was on his way to make splashes in the pond. A huge tree, which the elephant had failed to uproot on the previous evening, came straight down onto him and he succumbed. The blade of grass was watching in silence.

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10 Feb 2018

Poem: Down The Spiral of Time

As your great night approaches,
I pray, O Shiva,
Let me be her companion,
Through any darkest night of our life.

Hailed as the King of night,
The sun and moon are illumined by your eyes.
Give us vision, O illumined one,
To see your magnificent formless form.

Some day, as our time approches,
And we crawl into infinity,
Let me be her Shakti,
And she, Shiva.

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6 Feb 2018

Poem: Walk The Path

When you realise your ignorance
Walk the path

As you stumble while learning
Walk the path

You'll be ridiculed and praised
Walk the path

Don't believe your ego
Walk the path

All it takes is clarity
Walk the path



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26 Jan 2018

The Last Nomad reviewed in Lokprabha

So, I have broken my promise to stay away from FB to thank #Lokprabha magazine (Indian Express Group) for reviewing The Last Nomad.

It's a big surprise for me as well. You can read it in 26th January issue.
Here's a snap for curious readers. 



Cheers!
#bookreviews

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22 Oct 2017

Latest Review | The Last Nomad

Here's the latest review of The Last Nomad by Dalvi Namita​ and Shobha Dravid!

Glad you enjoyed the book. With this the book now achieves a Goodreads rating of 4.71. :-)

"The Last Nomad, book is indeed very engaging ...storyline has all emotions from love to respect... mainly highlighting a woman’s role in everyone’s life and also respect that she deserves to be given....A must read book..."
-Namita Dalvi

"Heramb, your book, is enthralling, to put it mildly. It runs the whole gamut of experiences, from the mundane to the mystical. Rahul's childhood experiences are so true to what's happening in poor people's lives, and as Ryan, his poetry and his spiritual glimpses are what I identified with."
‐Shobha Dravid

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