Gautam Pradhan

Biography

GAUTAM PRADHAN is a Radiologist by profession. Educated in Mumbai, he has been in private medical practice for nearly two decades. He lives in Thane, Maharashtra, with his wife Dipali, son Aditya and daughter Aryaa. Passionate about history, Gautam reads voraciously on the subjectand enjoys visiting places of historical interest. Possessed of an imaginitive mind, he felt caged within the restrictive confines of the medical profession and took to writing as a hobby. It seemed a natural choice to base his first book on historical events and the life and times of a man he has always revered. He devoted eight years to the research and writing of this book, receiving valuable inputs through extensive discussions with eminent historians. The project on Shivaji’s life, in three dramatized volumes, has been an emotional but intensely fulfilling journey. 300 Brave Men (Book I), was published in 2017, to critical acclaim. His other interests include wildlife photography, music and movies.

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Books

Lord Of The Royal Umbrella : Shivaji - II
Price: $8.00 $3.20 USD. (60% off!) Words: 133,770. Language: English. Published: December 12, 2019 by Leadstart Publishing. Categories: Fiction » Historical » General, Fiction » Alternative history
LAND OF THE MARATHAS, 1661 – 1674 Epic Story of Shivaji Maharaj, India’s Greatest Warrior-King, And Birth of the Maratha Empire Shivaji Bhosale’s struggle against imperial powers continues as massive Mughal armies repeatedly descend upon his tiny fiefdom. Emperor Aurangzeb recognizes the dangerous threat of the Mountain Rat and resolves to finish him off, once and for all.
300 Brave Men
Price: $9.99 $4.00 USD. (60% off!) Words: 183,320. Language: English. Published: October 23, 2017 by Leadstart Publishing. Categories: Fiction » Alternative history
"Land of the Marathas, Western India, 1641-1660 The Indian sub - continent is ruled by three tyrannical Sultanates... the powerful Mughals in the North, and the Shia rulers - Adilshah and Qutubshah in the South. The native population, supressed for centuries, is subjected to slavery, bigotry, injustice and even torture.