Author. Poet. Paramedic. Farmer.

Sun Sign

I don’t know when exactly I was born. And according to my name it’s Taurus.

Three things people don’t know about you?

I love that road-side-dhaba-wali chai, I hardly watch TV, I can draw your pencil sketch.

What’s your greatest fear?

It’s confidential.

What is your greatest achievement?

Once, I solved a Rubik’s cube.

High point of your life?

That time I forgot to carry measuring tap.

Low point of your life

It was deep and dark. I could see nothing.

Which living person do you most admire?

Dr. Kumar Vishwas

Who is your favorite fictional hero?

Karana from Mahabharata

Who is your favorite fictional villain?

Ravana from Ramayan

Who are your favorite authors?

Khaled Hosseini, Paulo Coelho, Munshi Premchand, Anand Neelakantan.

What are your 5 favorite books of all time?

The Kite Runner, Eleven Minutes, The Notebook, Nirmala by Munshi Premchand, Ajaya series by Anan Neelakantan.

Is there a book you love to reread?

Mahabharata by all the Indian Authors.

What are your 5 favorite movies of all time?

I cannot recall the names.

One Superpower you wish you had?

wish I could wake up, when ever I want, with a feeling of completion of sleep.

Your epitaph would read? /Last line in your biography would be?

“A big Zero”

If you had a time machine to take you back to any country and any time period, where would you choose to be for your childhood, adolosent , adult life and silver years?

First, I will read the manuals of machine regarding how many times I can use it.

If you could acquire any talent, what would it be?

Martial Art

Which book you wish you had written ?

Ajaya by Anand Neelakantan.

When and where do you write ?

In free time at any place.

Silence or music?


One phrase that you use most often?

“Dil faad diya tumne to” when my friends don’t do things according to me or correctly.

Do you have a writing ritual / superstition?


What’s your guilty reading pleasure?

I can’t read the stories with tough vocabularies.

Do you have one sentence of advice for new writers?

Just write even if you don’t have the end in mind. These foggy fumes of uncertainty will disappear soon.

Thalorh Balram hails from a village in Rajasthan and currently lives in Chennai. “Diversion of Death” is his
first book. In his tales, a reader always roams through a self discovery sewed in love, inspiration, and
humor. Apart from stories he loves writing Hindi poems and playing Chess.

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