Story of an Indian army officer who is torn between divergent expectations from people surrounding him and his own limited capabilities. Comparision with his predecessor and deceit by a confidant further complicate the situation. A modern Abhimanyu in a Chakravyuh!
“I have seen Pramod transforming over the years from a young, fumbling officer to a creative, responsible writer. What I admire more than his creativity is his genuine desire to share with others through his writing. I feel he has done a very good job in this regard and ‘The Destiny’ deserves to be read by every army person.”
-Lt. Gen. (Veteran) M. G. Datar, VSM
“Leadership in uniform is complex. To prepare impressive paper presentation and war games is one thing while to lead the men successfully in battle is another. This requires personal example by the commander, and complete trust in subordinates. These lessons are very interestingly brought out by the author.”
-Air Marshal Jayant Apte (Retd.),PVSM AVSM