Wednesday, April 2, 2014

The Steradian Trail

Computers and Algorithms, Ancient Indian texts and structures, An American professor on a visit to India, a murder investigation, a practice / ritual of an orthodox community of India and A crime of unimaginable proportions.

Can there be any connection between any or all of these? Can a story be woven around these?

M.N.Krish, through his debut novel 'The Steradian Trail' (Book #0 of The Infinity Cycle) weaves through all of these with ease and builds an interesting story, a thriller where he leaves the reader with what-happens-next suspense at every page and chapter. With simple language and adding taste to the interesting narration with subtle humor, the author leaves you with the characters, whom we see and interact on a daily basis, and their world, with which you can relate to.

If you're looking for a story on a completely new, unexplored subject, a simple, light yet engrossing thriller, go ahead and read 'The Steradian Trail'.

As the words on the cover of the book say, its "a beautifully-written, stylish novel, a gripping mystery".

Go, grab it!

Published by Westland Books, it's available on AmazonFlipkart, Google Play and Ebay and in all major book stores.

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Tuesday, March 18, 2014

Food songs

Food songs from Indian movies.

1. The classic 'Vivaaha Bhojanambu' from Maya Bazaar

2. Dharmendar's 'Daal roti khaao'

3. Aavakaaya Mana Andaridi from Midhunam

4. Song on Coffee from Midhunam

5. 'Chai' by Megastar

Wednesday, October 9, 2013


Today Take time to appreciate what you have and what you are

Today Understand that each person is unique and
Realize that everyone has their strengths and weaknesses
Hence accept them as they are

Today take time to accept your imperfections

Today accept that God has some plans which we dont understand

Today say sorry to that person whom you've hurt and acted rude.

Today start learning that thing which you so wanted to learn

Today start reading that book which is lying unread in your shelf

Today listen to your favorite music, if you didnt for a long time

Today eat that favorite dish of yours, if you have been postponing it

Today call your grandma/cousin/friend whom you didnt talk for a long time and talk to them

Today take time to look at the distant stars, the moon and think what this universe/creation is all about 
and how small/insignificant our difficulties/troubles/opinions/grudges are, in the bigger scheme of things.

Today take time to mend a relationship.

Today forgive that person with whom you're angry or who has hurt you.

Today say Thank You to that person who helped you and to that person for being part of your life

Today do that one thing which you have been postponing for so long 
and that thing which you thought you couldnt do.

Today sit and talk with that person who matters, so that your differences are sorted out.

Today try to smile and understand instead of an angry retort.

Today take it easy, everyone has problems.

Today take that one next step in your relationship/hobby/career/personal goal.

Today plan well and make your day successful.

Today take time to rest and relax if life is too stressful.

Today take time to take care of your and your family members health and think how to improve it.. physical and mental.

Today tell someone you love that you love them

Today stop seeing people in black and white, good and bad, right and wrong. Everyone has imperfections.

Finally.....Today..take time to be a better person.

Tomorrow might be too late...

Thursday, February 28, 2013

Now Reading

[List in reverse chronological order. Will keep updating the same post as soon as I finish reading a book]

Now, maintaining this list in goodreads

The Steradian Trail - MN Krish

Difficulty of Being Good - Gurcharan Das

Breaking Out - An Indian Woman's American Journey - Padma Desai

The Immortals of Meluha - Amish Tripathi

The Name is Rajinikanth - Gayathri Sreekanth

One Little Finger - Malini Chib

Naa Ishtam (Telugu) - Ram Gopal Varma

Sunday, February 10, 2013


Karna was 'Big Datha'.  #BigData

Q. If Himesh Reshamiya was in IT industry, which company would he be working for?
A. 'Cap' Gemini.

Wednesday, February 6, 2013


Result of adding 'Right?' at the end of every sentence, we get to hear things like 'This is wrong, right?','We need to go left, right?'