Register   -   Login  -   Shopping Bag ( 0 ) cart

CART SUBTOTAL
£0
SHIPPING
£

TOTAL
£0


An Unemployed Autobiography

Krishna Chaitanya Dharmana

Krishna decided to commit suicide on his prolonged unemployment and poverty. Before his death, he wanted to visit the biggest Hindu temple, where surprisingly he meets with an old English Muslim man inside, who bets and wins against the boy. 


Product is added to your shopping bag.


Continue Shopping

Product is updated to your shopping bag.


Continue Shopping
ISBN : 978-1-84897-797-6
Published : 29/06/2017
Pages : 81
Size : 205x140mm
Imprint : Olympia Publishers


Krishna Chaitanya Dharmana

D K Chaitanya is a debut author. The Unemployed Autobiography, his first novel, is a semi-autobiography blended with a few fictional aspects. After spending most of his time in a small village in the coastal area of Andhra Pradesh, India, he moved to Hyderabad. He is an engineering graduate currently working in a prominent multinational company as a software engineer.

VIEW AUTHOR

About Book

Krishna decided to commit suicide on his prolonged unemployment and poverty. Before his death, he wanted to visit the biggest Hindu temple, where surprisingly he meets with an old English Muslim man inside, who bets and wins against the boy. Krishna reveals his story to the old man with the emotions carried in a traditional home of love and the unemployed memories. Krishna connects to the old man's philosophy and the mysterious pouch hanging to his shoulder leading to a glowing soul like never before.

You may also like