I passed B.A. Honours from Punjab University, India in 1967
I Passed Modules from The Open University, Milton Keynes, U.K.
Start Writing Fiction
Advanced Creative Writing
Arts Past and Present
Reading and Studying English Literature
Twentieth Century Literature
I passed B.A. Honours English Literature from the Open University, Milton Keynes, U.K. in 2017.
I have three published books; 'The dark side of the human mind,' is in two series; Series 1 deals with the British colonisation of India and Series 2 deals with the Portuguese colonisation of Goa.
My third book is about human psychology -
'To betray is human, to forgive is divine.'
It shows how human minds tend to betray the very people who loved and trusted them and when the traitors realise the errors of their ways, they go back and ask for forgiveness.
If the person who was betrayed, sees that they show genuine and heart-felt remorse, might forgive them but only if he has divine and super human qualities. Ordinary human beings would be looking for the first available opportunity to kill the people who betrayed them.
My fourth book is;
Human predators fiercer than their jungle counterparts.
Human predators could be more cunning, conniving and scheming than their jungle counterparts could ever be. Jungle predators attack only when they are desperate for food because that is the only way they know to satisfy their pangs of hunger. They also try to find food for the survival of their offspring because if they do not defend them and nourish them, they are shrewd enough to foresee that their blood line could be in danger of perishing from the face of the earth. Sometimes jungle predators might attack for self defence; when human predators or jungle predators intrude their territory, which they have always believed to be theirs and theirs alone and they are always prepared to defend it with their lives.
But human predators are extremely subtle, dreadfully dangerous and totally unpredictable and it is almost impossible to envisage as to when, why and how they could pounce on their unsuspecting and vulnerable preys. The extreme selfishness of the human predators and their horrendous cruelty and their unfathomable viciousness know no bounds. Jungle predators are often predictable as to why they attack but it is almost always impossible to predict as to why human predators attack, what kind of preys they might attack and exactly what triggers their attack. Human predators are so vicious in their fatal attacks that the success rate of their attacks is almost always one hundred percent, whereas jungle predators are known to be successful in no more than forty percent of their attacks.
Most of the time, it is hard to understand the motives of the human predators for attacking their poor, defenceless and vulnerable preys. For example, Doctors make many times more money than many other professionals could ever do and one could assume that money could not be their instigator for attacking their preys but some of them wouldn't hesitate to gamble with the vulnerable lives of their innocent and defenceless victims that might happen to be unable or unwilling to feed their pangs for extreme greed. Some of the government officials, especially in the developing countries, who had been amassing unfathomable wealth in bribes and all sorts of illegal and immoral practices, all their evil lives and might not be even aware as to how much their ill-gotten money is rotting in the vaults of their banks, in their cellars and wherever they might have been stashing that all their greedy lives and despite all this they must demand their extortionate amounts of bribes from their victims otherwise nothing would be done for anybody.
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The Traitors Might Steal My Money But They Can Never Steal My Soul
by Hari Prinjha
Like it or not, we are surrounded by traitors. They do not carry a flag or an ID badge or are in some kind of special uniform, where you could tell them for what they are and wherever they might happen to be hiding. Since times immemorial, they have been known to be the masters of disguise and even the people, who profess to be cleverer than their compatriots and boast to be in the know and cry ho
Human Predators Fiercer Than Their Jungle Counterparts
by Hari Prinjha
Human predators could be more cunning, conniving and scheming than their jungle counterparts. Jungle predators attack only when they are desperate for food because that is the only way they know to satisfy their pangs of hunger. They might try to find food for the survival of their offspring because if they do not defend them and nourish them, their bloodline could perish. But human predators are
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