Shrinivas Sharangpani

Biography

I am a qualified engineer. I worked in Engineering Research Centre of TATA Motors Ltd for some 33 years and retired as Head of Learning Centre consisting of Teardown & Benchmarking Centre, Knowledge Centre and Innovation Centre. Some of my inventions and innovations have been either awarded or pending for patents. After retirement I have become a consultant.

I am a writer. Two novels in Marathi have been published. My English novel ‘Manipulations’ was published in US and Canada in 2002. Smashwords have published my sci-fi novel ‘Brahma’s Breath’ recently. Another sci-fi novel on a manned mission to Mars titled ‘Our Distant Cousins’ will be published shortly. Usually my writing has a lot of action and therefore suitable for films. My forthcoming books are: a play on the great Indian mathematician Srinivasa Ramanujan, a novel based on my father’s life and an inspirational non-fiction book.

My Marathi sci-fi and mystery stories anthology is getting published shortly. I have written a number of essays, articles and poems in Marathi (my mother tongue) and English. An audio CD album of my Marathi romantic songs is also available.

I am a speaker and have given talks in national and international forums as well as radio. I have travelled widely across the world. I stay in Pune, India and can be reached by telephone on my cell: 91-9225636353 or residence telephone: 91-(0)20-24453388 or by email: shrisharang@hotmail.com

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Books

Brahma's Breath
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Price: $3.00 USD. Words: 110,460. Language: English. Published: November 6, 2011. Category: Fiction » Science fiction » Adventure
This is a sci-fi novel about a physicist's experiment to create universe in a laboratory which brings about apocalypse. His private life is also in turmoil. An unassuming Indian scientist helps avert the calamity and get his family life back on rails.

Shrinivas Sharangpani’s tag cloud

big bang    contraction    cosmology    cosmos    creation    expanding    expansion    experiment    universe