Authored By: Ashok Nair
Year of Publication: 2017
|Pages: 204||Binding: Paperback(PB)|
Category: English Literature
|Price in Rs. 276.50||Price in (USA) $. 22.12|
Dew drops on glass panes- “Ashok you have penned yet another great poem, I like your work, there is a freshness about it drop by drop”. The writer and the old beggar- “…That is how so many people would view him .1 have enjoyed your poem”
- Paul Chapman
The Pantheon- “Is it part of your history? I enjoyed the poem. It sounds a bit like the western romances”.
Takayoshi Mori- “Sublime, Tender, Touching..”
The Wreck- “Much to be deplored that a “long view” of ourselves and the universe has given way to selfishness and greed that drive world economies. Hopefully poems like yours will help alter our views. It has mine!”
- Michael T. Bee
Ashok Nair was born in Adoor a village town in Kerala and spent his childhood under the love and care of his grandparents, before his parents migrated to Trivandum 50 years ago. He graduated in Civil Engineering from College of Engineering, Trivandrum in the year 1985 and worked in Bombay, Gujarat, and various other places in North India and then abroad before he settled down in Trivandrum. During his career he had the privilege to interact with people from different countries and states and has always tried to observe and search as to who they are as human beings and how they, their dwellings, their living circumstances, their thoughts and their nature connect with his turbulent inner-self and experiences. Two years ago, he took up to writing poetry, articles and fiction and encouragement and appreciation from poetry lovers all over the world has lead him into the creation of this book.