Soumya is an alumnus of St Stephens College and Delhi School of Economics where he was supposed to have studied Economics.He, however, did not let studies interfere with his education. Currently he is a gentleman at leisure  but till recently earned his daily bhat mach by working for a PSU Insurance company, and lectures for peanuts., He is addicted to the printed word and has been devouring it since learning to read. In whatever time this leaves him he pursues his other passions, family,films,travel,food,trekking,wildlife,music,theater,and occasionally,writing. He has been published earlier in TOI,HT, Express,Hindu and other lesser known papers and magazines.He is currently trying to learn the ropes of tech challenged blogging. He has published what hopefully is his first of many novels,Memories, the hilarious nightmare of growing up

picny novels, memories, the hilarious nightmare of growing up


  1. Hello Uncle,
    My dad, recently sent me a link to your blog. It is pure coincidence that I was reading a bit on Bengali culture, mainly centered alot on Calcutta. So when I read what you wrote, it was like Deja Vu. Really enjoyed it! I also saw your Bio. If I were to have a bio 30 years from now, it would look extremely similar to yours. If you still happen to wonder who my dad is, I am sure you are familiar with the name Sachidanand…
    I shall surely follow your blog 🙂
    Hope to see you sometime.

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      1. Hey wiseguy, yours is the cutest author description I’ve ever read. Smiling all the way. Want to find you on facebook or elsewhere.

        Love and light,
        Sonam Aparna (the only one with that name on FB)

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  2. Hi Mukhi – spent quite a bit of time on your blog. I am not surprised, as you always had that creative streak in you that i noticed when we met in 1983, Good work buddy. Keep going while we enjoy reading the blogs

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      1. Please be a guest on one of our upcoming flights. Just one fledgling flight, then maybe another. “Little drops of water,
        little grains of sand,
        make the mighty ocean
        and the beauteous land.” Join us and explore your dream, whenever you can.

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