Like to read books, write in Malayalam and English, spend time with family members, like to meet very old relatives to listen to their stories, travel with wife and children, practice introspection to control ego, cricket lover, walking in the morning utilized for thinking about what to write and how to schedule, home food lover.
Santhosh Gangadharan is a novelist hailing from the state of Kerala in India. He was born in Borneo and brought up in India and Kuwait. A chemical engineer by profession, his business development job takes him on long journeys to many corners of the world. His first novel, Spinning Into Oblivion, explores the regions of the human psyche where lines between dreams and reality blur. Interweaving modern science and ancient mysticism with rich Middle Eastern history and Sufi culture, his novel is an adventure of the human mind trying to grapple with what is real and what is not, taking the characters on a quest for answers from the deserts of Dubai to the heart of Turkey. This was published by Partridge India and is available at Internet stores of Amazon, Flipkart, and Barnes and Nobles. ‘What Next?’ is his second attempt at novel writing. He is at present a resident of Oman. The New Indian Express names Spinning into Oblivion as decoding the subconscious. It further says, ‘The novel is spun around varied cultures, cuisines and practices but it concludes on a much lighter note scripted in optimism and happiness along with a pinch of mystical elements cored into the depths for the readers to unearth again. This is a readable, perceptive travelogue of the mind and soul where the readers get the privilege to journey with the evolution of souls and moulding of personalities.’ The Oman Observer calls it an adventure of the human mind. ‘An Oman based expatriate engineer has penned a fascinating novel that interweaves modern science and ancient mysticism with rich Middle Eastern history and Sufi culture.’
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