P.S.Remesh Chandran

Biography

Editor of Sahyadri Books & Bloom Books, Trivandrum. Author of several books in English and in Malayalam. And also author of Swan: The Intelligent Picture Book. Born and brought up in the beautiful hamlet of Nanniyode in the Sahya Mountain Valley in Kerala. Father British Council-trained English teacher and mother University-educated. Matriculation with distinction and University Studies in Science with National Merit Scholarship. Discontinued Diploma Studies in Electronics and entered politics. Unmarried and single.

Author of several books in English and in Malayalam including poetical collections and fictions, a few of which are, Ulsava Lahari, Kaalam Jaalakavaathilil, Darsana Deepthi, Puzhayozhukee Eevazhi, Vaidooryam, Manal, Jalaja Padma Raaji, Goodlaayi Graamum, Time Upon My Window Sill and Swan, the Intelligent Picture Book.

Devised and implemented PROPÈS-INDIA, Project for the Popularization of English Songs in India.

Smashwords Interview

What is the greatest joy of writing for you?
Speaking to people has always been interesting and encouraging for me. When we write a book, article, poem, review or comment, we are speaking to the world, especially to people in other lands, which makes it more interesting and worthwhile. We cannot see or become introduced to all other human beings who share the world with us, though we would much like to get acquainted with them and share their affections. We are never going to come again this way and we are never going to see these people again. This is our last and only chance to speak to them and love them and listen to what they have to say to us. Let us depart from this world with sweet memories of other people in our native land and in distant lands, and take away a few last pictures of sweet human faces with us. Writing makes all these possible and that is its great joy.
What do your fans mean to you?
There are no such persons as fans, at least for me. What they cannot do in their rush for life I do and what I cannot do they do. They are my admirers at the most and me theirs. We are equals in every way, so there is no question of fanfare.
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Videos

Bloom Books Channel
Ferry Me Across The Water and other songs. English Recitation Musical Videos of world famous poems and songs.

Bloom Books Channel
Weavers Weaving At Break Of Day. It's an immortal song titled Indian Weavers by Sarojini Naidu. Here is a primitive prototype rendering of this song, made in a crude tape recorder decades earlier. It's part of a project PROPES INDIA or Project For The Popularization of English Songs In India. Recorded from an English class by Mr. P.S.Remesh Chandran. It's free for reuse, and anyone interested can develop and build on it, till it becomes a fine video musical production, to help little learners.

Bloom Books Channel
Beyond The East The Sunrise. English Recitation. E 004. There have been poems in all languages in the tune of moving things- buses, trains, ships, boats, horses, even running rivers. The Night Mail follows a train, Coromandel Fishers a swaying boat, The Highway Man a galloping horse, Tennyson's The Brooke a river and this here Beyond The East follows the rhythm of a ship on the sea. It is a special branch of poetry which has been the least researched into.

Bloom Books Channel
The Night Express. There have been poems in all languages in the tune of moving things- buses, trains, ships, boats, horses, even running rivers. The Night Mail follows a train, Coromandel Fishers a swaying boat, The Highway Man a galloping horse, Tennyson's Brooke a river and Wander Thirst, or alternatively Beyond The East, follows the rhythm of a ship on the sea.

Books

Doctors, Politicians, Bureaucrats, People And Private Practice.
Price: Free! Words: 15,410. Language: British English. Published: March 17, 2013. Categories: Nonfiction » Social Science » Disease & health issues, Nonfiction » Politics and Current Affairs » Civil and human rights
Wherever there are uneducated politicians and jealous bureaucrats, they share a common jealousy and animosity towards doctors. Bureaucrats retire at an age and politicians stop when party men stop following them. This hatred and jealousy stems from the right of doctors to practice medicine till the end of their days.

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