About the Author:
R K R Nair is an engineer by profession and writer by passion. He has worked in places like Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Andaman and Nicobar Islands, Chennai and Mumbai. His stories have been brought out in periodicals like Alive and Woman’s Era. His books include a novel, Timeless Symphony, collections of stories like Call of the Blue River and poetry like The Loving Thorn.
About the Book:
In his note to the book Nair writes:
“This novel depicts the relationship between lovers who are close, yet unable to touch and feel each other, like planets in adjacent orbits. They crave for a world where love is God, where service is religion, where technology removes the poverty of rustic villages. Aditya, who left his superstardom to be the saviour of a poor village … Gabriel, who invented the cheapest solar lamp for brightening cottages … Seema, a writer who elevated herself to saintliness through telepathic love … Nancy, a doctor who sacrificed her medical career and nunhood to be the constant companion of her soulmate who suddenly turned blind … these are the faces which the reader may see in dreams about a cosmopolitan, egalitarian world.”