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सप्पई गंडवायलय

मैत्री व्हावी असं काहीच साम्य नव्हतं दोघात. तो कॉलेज मध्ये खूप सिनियर आणि ती नुकतीच पासआउट झालेली. जनरेशन gap का काय म्हणतात त्याला खूप वाव होता इतका फरक! त्यांनी शेजारी बसावं याचं निमित्त ठरली होती एका तिसऱ्याच विषयावरची कार्यशाळा. त्यात परत दोघांनाही यायचं न्हवतं हे ही ठरलेलं. तो अगदी शांत, अबोल, आपल्यातच असल्यासारखा तर तिची वर वर शांत मुद्रा, पण आतून एकदम जब व्ही मेट मधली बडबडी करीना. आपल्यासारखंच कुणीतरी शांत भेटल्याचा त्याचा आनंद काही चिरकाळ टिकणार न्हवता. कार्यशाळा चालू होती आणि खूप वेळ दोघांपैकी कुणीही एकमेकांशी काहीच बोललंच न्हवतं. या कंटाळवाण्या शांततेला वैतागलेली ती आणि तिची सारखी चाललेली चुळबुळ त्याला दिसत होती पण बोलावं काय हे ठरवण्यातच त्याचा खूप वेळ जात होता. शेवटी तिनेच त्याचं काम सोप्पं केलं. "तुम्ही एक पुस्तक लिहिलंय ना?" असा एकदम आदरयुक्त प्रश्न त्याच्याकडे फेकला आणि त्याला हसूच आलं. हसू आवरत आणि थोडं दबूनच तो होय म्हणाला. आज या गोष्टीला अनेक वर्ष लोटली. आयुष्यात ते दोघे आपापल्या इच्छित ठिकाणी अधिकउण्या फरकाने पोहोचलेत पण आयुष्याची बॅलन्स शीट मांड

Poem: Frames

Dark and bad, you see me through frames Frames which make the world appear happy and sad Frames of morals and frames of shame, It may take a lifetime to realise the stupid game Trying to live a correct life you will struggle and die, Crooked, weird, and beautiful, are works of the same I So, drop the frame, Before you are framed - The Last Nomad

Entry for Tata Literature Live 2018 | MyStory Contest

This poem is my entry for Tata Literature Live! The Mumbai Litfest 2018. If you like it, vote for me by following this link ( ) and pressing the green-coloured 'Vote' button. ****** Death of the Ambitious Man Head down he walks, Burdened by his wants and thoughts. Excludes himself from the chai shop talk, As the toothless wrinkled shopkeeper offers him a Gold Flake. His spirit seems crushed, Like the crashed stock market, As his mind greedily tries to grasp, The next aim of his life. Music seems too frivolous, And poetry effeminate, It's been ages since his eyes, Nurtured pearls of joy. Unable to mingle with old and young, That evening he walks alone, To his beloved home, On the well-lit, clean and lonely street. - The Last Nomad ***** Follow this link to vote for the poem: - The Last Nomad

Happy Book Lovers Day

On the occasion of Book Lovers Day (Aug 9), get your author-signed paperback copy of The Last Nomad at 20% off! Follow the link: Or Visit and apply the Offer Code TLN20 Offer valid till Aug 12 #bookloversday #august9 #thelastnomad - The Last Nomad

An illustrated excerpt from The Last Nomad

    Note: This novella is not an illustrated work. It was their last night at the camp. Ryan woke up with a jolt, only to see Saki sleeping peacefully. It was one of those nightmares that occurred when Ryan was staying in Bombay (now Mumbai) with Deven and Mishraji.  He came out of the tent, feeling uneasy. At some distance, Macy’s friends were sitting around a bonfire. Oddly enough, the light from the stars shimmering that night wasn’t adequate to see the rest of the camp.  And suddenly, the bonfire went out after few streaks of lightning came down from the sky, followed by a loud rumbling sound. Before Ryan could realise anything, the land beneath his feet felt pulled away like a carpet and he was tossed into the air. Some tremendous force kept pushing and rolling him forward at a great speed.  All Ryan could see while being strongly whirled were strange objects illuminated by frequent streaks of lightning. Suddenly, he was sucked into deep silence. He heard a feeble ektara strum

When your work makes them happy

Even a gloomy day looks bright and sunny when your work makes someone smile. :) Thank you Jagruti and Pooja for choosing to read The Last Nomad. Find your copy in the Kindle store and Paperback on Don’t forget to add it to your Goodreads shelf: - The Last Nomad

The Last Nomad reviewed by Samvedna Singh

"Do the chapters of destiny unfolds differently, acting on a sincere advice of the name you carry? Or everything that comes our way has been religiously inked, revealing only the part that’s for us to comprehend presently, knowing that it will be holding ground in the journey of life? The author has done enough justice in answering it, with his distinctive story line detailing every aspect he has touched." - Samvedna Singh on The Last Nomad To read the complete review, follow this link . Get the novella on your bookshelf: Paperback (Use Offer Code TLN20 for an author-signed copy at 20% off) Kindle   - The Last Nomad

Get your Author Signed Copy at 20% Off

Hi there! It feels excited to welcome you to The Last Nomad  online store on Instamojo. Now along with the popular Kindle version , your paperback copy is just few clicks away. Don't forget to apply the Offer Code TLN20 or scan the QR code below to get your author signed copies at 20% Off. Offer valid till 31 July. If you've missed out on the latest reviews, here are the quick links: Lokprabha ErrorsandKaushal Dr. Snob Stay tuned to the store for the new products to be launched soon! Want to sell your products on an Instamojo store? Use this link and win a voucher worth ₹ 500! - The Last Nomad

Quote Posters for you

Thanks to the encouragement from readers, I'm planning to open a virtual quote store to get photo-quality posters from The Last Nomad delivered for your home, college or office*. To reduce the shipping cost, creative ideas to mail the posters are welcome! 😊🤘 Follow The Last Nomad on Instagram ( @thelastnomadofficial ) *Shipping is limited to India as of now. #quotestore #postershop - The Last Nomad

The Last Nomad reviewed by Dr. Snob

"The story is impactful and crisp. The author used short story pattern which was captivating," says Dr. Snob. Rating: 4/5 To read the complete review, follow this link . Get your copy today! Paperback (20% Off): Kindle: Don’t forget to add it to your Goodreads shelf: - The Last Nomad

Invitation for Book Review

Hi there, My novella, The Last Nomad , has been around for some time. Thanks to readers and critics, it is slowly finding its place in the vast labyrinth of literary works. If you would like to review it, please write at with the following details: Name (Do you have a story behind your name?) Here's what I do (Professional life and interests) Do you have a blog? Tell me more about it.  Would you like to share your review on Goodreads ? Have you reviewed a book before? If yes, which work did you review and how was your experience? Note: It not necessary to have a blog to review the book. You can share it on your FB page or simply email it . To know more about the book, browse through any of these reviews: Lokprabha (Marathi): Errors and Kaushal: Discover more about the book in this video : - The Last Nomad

The Last Nomad reviewed on bookGeeks

'Reading The Last Nomad reminded me of the quote by Mark Twain that “ Truth is Stranger than Fiction ”. There are certain revelations in the book that may leave the reader befuddled. I must also add that the story starts with a very interesting beginning that will keep the readers glued to the pages from the start.' - Parishmita Saikia on The Last Nomad To read the complete review, follow this link . Get your copy today! Paperback (20% Off): Kindle: (The free kindle app is also available on iOS, Android, Mac and PC) - The Last Nomad

The Last Nomad reviewed at Errors and Kaushal

Happy to share a new perspective on my novella, The Last Nomad. Here's a snippet from the book review at Errors and Kaushal. "Sometimes you have aspirations to be achieved while sometimes life wants you to give up what you have already achieved, is there a common ground for both or everyone is a nomad in this life constantly seeking what they don't have?" - Kaushal Mahesh Gupta on The Last Nomad To read the complete review, follow this link . Get your copy today: Paperback (20% Off): - The Last Nomad

Story | Behind the Name

Seven months ago The street was barren except for a fat dog sleeping under a neem tree. Jatin went ahead and kicked the dog hard, causing it to whine and scoot. He clapped his hands with a hysterical laughter and sat down in shade. Jatin couldn’t believe what had happened to his life. The series of events that had taken place in the last one year were far from what anyone could’ve wildly imagined: his two-year old daughter, Shipra, wife, Janhavi and younger brother, Shantanu were buried alive as their four-storey apartment vanished into plain dust. Love, dreams and hope left him once and for all. All that was left for Jatin in the rubble, apart from the crumbled bodies of his loved ones, was his horoscope, old but intact. Out of nowhere, he could hear his mother’s voice speaking in her usual commanding tone, “I’m warning you one more time, don’t marry this girl. She’ll attract misfortune upon all of us. Don’t you know that the astrologer has strictly said not to marry a gir

Thank you for your votes!

Thank you for these 50 votes! Really appreciate you taking out time to read and vote. 🙏 Poem: #majhimetro2018 - The Last Nomad

Poem: Perpetual Search

The drunkard clings to liquor, Devotee dissolves in her lord's praise, Lover tries to own his beloved, And wealthy sits atop his riches. The strong clings to might, Coward drowns in his fear, Courageous rides on the truth, And intelligent holds high his wit. Everyone's going in cycles, In search of what they claim to love. When the search comes to an end, We will be in the invisible place where it all began. - The Last Nomad

Do you like to read?

Hey there! Be a part of this study designed to understand reading habits in the changing times. (Won't take more than five minutes of your time, I promise.) Don't forget to share it with your friends. Cheers! Click this link to participate: - The Last Nomad

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. To order your paperback copy,  Whatsapp/call on: +91 9594545351 Read the Kindle version this link: Kindle version Here's what the readers have to say about the book on  Goodreads . - The Last Nomad

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: You can also stand a chance to win, if you can write, paint or click art in motion. - The Last Nomad

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. - The Last Nomad

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. - The Last Nomad

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 - The Last Nomad

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 - The Last Nomad