Udaylal Pai

Biography

About Udaylal Pai
Udaylal Pai has been a professional journalist specialised in business and technology for the last 30 years. He has worked with many national and international media.

He has traveled extensively in North America, European countries, Middle East, South East Asia and Japan and covered the most of the technology companies for various global publications.

Apart from his main profession, he has been writing articles, sharing his experience. Sanatan Dharma, Science and Mind are his favorite subjects. Though he has been writing exclusively for his website, his articles have been widely re-published and re-posted all over the world with at least a million readerships.

In his own words: "I write mostly about the human experiences and how it can be useful for the young generation to lead a happy, peaceful and blessed life, founded upon our Dharma taught by our ancestors."

This is his first e-book. (He had published paper back books 25 years ago). His old books include some of the very popular titles like Science Facts (Rupa&Co), Book of Gods (UBSPD), Mysteries, Popular Misconceptions (Pustak mahal) and The Unexplained (Sura Books) among the 15 titles published during that period.
He is writing manuscripts for few books now.
Website: http://udaypai.in/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/udaylal.pai
Twitter: https://twitter.com/udaylalpai
E-mail: udaylalpai1@gmail.com
WhatsApp: +91-9447533409

Where to find Udaylal Pai online


Books

Why Am I a Hindu?
Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 78,690. Language: English. Published: January 8, 2017. Categories: Nonfiction » Religion & Spirituality » Hinduism, Nonfiction » Religion & Spirituality » Hinduism
"The ‘Why Am I a Hindu?’ gives a fresh perspective, mostly with a twist in the tale in a breezy, conversational style that makes even weighty philosophical discussions easy to digest. A must-read for those who wish to gain a deeper, clearer understanding of issues related to Sanatan Dharma. It is non-fiction, but you can read it as if you are reading a compelling fiction novel!

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