"An eccentric soul wearing human suit currently residing in India and enjoying the role-play of an indie author in this mysterious university called life!"
Saurabh Sharma is a creative young man from Hoshiarpur, India. A typical INFJ Personality Type by nature, Saurabh has always been curious about the human mind and behavior. He enjoys reading spiritual literature.
He loves to express his creative spirit through poetry as well. A few of his well-praised poems were published in a Punjabi Poetry Book titled "Kosse Chanan" in 2009. His lighthearted poems & songs always cheer people up on YouTube.
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VideosTheme of the book titled THE DIRECTIONLESS SON OF BRAIN
This video explains the theme of the book titled The directionless son of brain.
All of us are looking for happiness in life, but do we actually know what happiness really is?
This video raises some serious questions and motivates the viewer to search within themselves for all the answers.Saurabh Sharma's Paintings
These images were drawn by Saurabh Sharma long time back. This video depicts them.Khamoshi Dil Ki
This is a sad song in Hindi language written and sung by Saurabh Sharma.Us pal ko dhoondhta hoon... (Hindi Poetry by Saurabh Sharma)
Hindi poetry by Saurabh SharmaAn Old Man Confessing! (A poem dedicated to old aged people)
Poetry & Concept: Saurabh SharmaMain Vyakt hoon ya Avyakt hoon!?/मैं व्यक्त हूँ या अव्यक्त हूँ!?
This poem of mine is about inner quest and questions regarding our true identity.
The Directionless Son of Brain
(4.75 from 4 reviews)
It’s the story of a seventeen years old boy who is on a journey to find the answers to his questions about life and his true identity.
This story traverses the path of life quite like the way we encounter people of several kinds. These people affect our ways and decisions in life quite often before we hold our reigns strongly.
Will this journey help him to find the direction he so badly needs?
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- Cry for the Children
on Dec. 24, 2011
Excellent Display of how forces of nature operate!
When I started reading the story of the book, I assumed after reading a chapter or two that this story was about an innocent wife and her cruel husband (a victim of child abuse) and how their lovely daughter suffers because of their fights.
But as the story progressed, with all it's twists and turns, I realized that it was something more than that. I started feeling more and more interested in the depth and the hidden moral messages in the story.
We have all heard of Yin and Yang theory. We know that good and bad forces operate simultaneously and it's their balance/equilibrium which keeps the wheel of life running smoothly. But there is a hidden ambition in everyone to dominate others and we all know that there is always a struggle between good and evil people. Sometimes, we even face the dilemma of choosing one out of two at certain point of time in our life.
Some people choose to be good while others choose to be bad and a few people are always selfless. There are also few people who are always ready to switch the sides.
May be that is how the good and bad forces continuously struggle to co-exist and thrive to dominate each other. May be we are all the mediums through which these forces manifest themselves.
This is the story about that struggle and when you will finish reading this story, you will ask few questions to yourself:
1. Do I respect my beloved or Does my beloved care for me sincerely?
2. Am I the son of light or a slave of an evil dark force?
3. Am I selfless in my actions and behavior?
4. What if, I am one of the soldiers in the battle of good and evil?
5. What kind of legacy will we leave to future generations?
We all know that good defeats the evil in the end, but it's always amazing to see how some people sacrifice their life and families for the whole humanity and still ask for nothing in return.
This story motivates us to be good and fight with our demons.
With Christmas on the cards, this was a very special read for me and thanks to the author of this book for writing such a wonderful depiction of how the light wins over darkness!