Nanda Kishore Rajanala is a retail industry professional who specializes in E-commerce. Growing up in India with family roots in a sleepy village, as a person, he developed a fascination for nature, antiquity and the intersection of multifaceted duality in the realms of class, history, religion, race, society, culture and God. He enjoys assimilating and challenging the shortcomings of rational and scientific dogmas. He believes that life is better comprehended only when we start to unlearn and relearn constantly in a dynamic and highly random World.
His desire is to turn these varied passions into writing by crossing across genres and literary styles. His first book, AHAM, seeks imaginative inspiration from the Bhagavad Gita and presents a reinterpretation of this philosophical treatise for human good. He and his wife have two children and live in Bangalore, India.
AHAM is an engaging tale of a young man's journey through success and failure to harness the ultimate goal in life - Happiness! The true essence of what happiness means in a modern, complicated world is based on an interesting interpretation of the verses in the epic Indian poem, the Bhagavad Gita.