Bhaskar's was an ordinary life and he was perfectly happy with it. Then, one day, he decided to write a book. And for that he had to meet a publisher.
From then on, his life changed. Publishers are of course, enigmatic creatures, notorious for conducting midnight sacrifices with small-time authors, but even in his wildest dreams, Bhaskar did not expect such a journey.
It ended well though, and the result is The Silliest Autobiography in the World. No book ever had a truer name.
About the Author
You wouldn't think so just looking at him, but Bhaskar is one of the great thinkers and philosophers of modern times. He started pondering over things shortly after his birth and has been at it ever since. His thoughts are deep and varied - the popularity of Donald Trump, the frequent disappearance of his handkerchiefs (Bhaskar's, not Trump's), the life and times of Pluto the planet and how to hypnotize a publisher into signing a lucrative contract. He has not come to any definite conclusion on these subjects, or indeed, on any subject. Nevertheless, he continues to contemplate. It is his fervent hope that someday in the future, if he sticks with it, he might - given a bit of luck - almost come close to a reasonable answer to some of these weighty issues. But will his frail shoulders bear the burden of such profound thought? In between bouts of masterful meditation, Bhaskar tries to make a living in Dubai as a private banker. He has written several books and warns his readers that he is not done yet.