Saga of vinasha – Is the saga of ultimate vinasha the final destruction the ultimate apocalypse The story of things happening moments before the Shiva opened his third eye and started the dance of Tandava
The Ballad of teen mukaha– The Ballad of teen mukaha or The ballad of three heads is the first episode which tells the story of three be-headings which took place in mythological times leaving the mark in the fabric of universe, time and space reality.
Akhila Saroha: I would like to begin by congratulating you on the publication of “Saga Of Vinasha Book 01.” How has the response to the book been so far?
Shrideep Ghogare: Response has been Positive And I feel proud to tell that all the readers of my first book eagerly read the book and gave positive feedback. I feel proud that I Could retain all my readers of first book
Akhila Saroha: What led to the idea of writing “Saga of Vinasha”? Were there any events that inspired the work?
Shrideep Ghogare : Well the book is a complete imaginary mythological fantasy novel so it’s safe to say it’s not inspired by any event at least not the event I have witnessed. But yes I would like to say that Hindu mythological books were the main inspiration of my all writing
Akhila Saroha: How easy or difficult was it for you to write on a subject that held relevance for all and also remain objective about them in “Saga of Vinasha”?
Shrideep Ghogare: Well my book is mostly about wildest imagination and fantasy so I hardly doubt any one reading it will try to be objective
Akhila Saroha: What are your views about present-day writing? Do you think it does complete justice in depicting human nature in the light of “Saga of Vinasha”?
Shrideep Ghogare: Well we can see some great work in todays literature some great authors are there Rick riordin, Eion Colfer are really great ones. And to your second part I just try my best to make my story to reach all the readers . Did I do justice with my work / Idea/ Story / Character its for the readers to decide
Akhila Saroha: “Saga Of Vinasha” shows the uniqueness of your style of writing. Are there any authors that you enjoy reading or any books which are your favorites?
Shrideep Ghogare: My reading Journey started from Enid Blyton And then moving up the lader some of the authors who tickled my sweet tooth were J K Rowling, Cristiopher Piolini, J R R Tolkin, Rick riordin, Eion Colfer
Akhila Saroha: How would you categorize “Saga Of Vinasha” as its appeal seems to be to a broad audience?
Shrideep Ghogare: Yes the audience of Saga of Vinasha is broad I am expecting it to be broad as I like to say it’s A MYTHOLOGICAL FICTION OF 21st CENTURY
Akhila Saroha: Saga Of Vinashai” has given a powerful introduction to your potential as a writer. Can the readers expect more from you in the future? Would you please share about your future projects?
Shrideep Ghogare: Yes sure I am Planning to publish the second book of the series by September end.
Akhila Saroha: What is the story behind the title of your work, “Sagaa of Vinasha”?
Shrideep Ghogare: Saga of Vinasha is the story before the ultimate destruction moments before lord Shiva opened his third Eye and did the Dance of Tandava. Hence the Saga of Vinasha.
Akhila Saroha: How easy or difficult was it for you to write on something as complex as Mythological Fantasy Fiction and remain objective and concise about them at the same time in “Saga of Vinasha”?
Shrideep Ghogare: Well let’s see I don’t believe in being objective in Fantasy so no I might not be objective in book but I guarantee you one thing My books are made to take you in completely different world, the world where those stories seem real and my books objective.
Akhila Saroha: In the present time, books featuring the subject of “Mythological Fiction” do not find much mention. What, according to you, could be the possible reason for that?
Shrideep Ghogare: Well Indian readers are classified in mythological or fantasy readers combined together not much yet. Its been a tradition for many years I am trying to change that.
Akhila Saroha: If you were to describe your book “Saga Of Vinasha” in a few words without giving any spoilers, what would those words be?
Shrideep Ghogaare: Sorry !!! spoiling the suspense will not give the readers the feel of reading it. Wont enjoy spoiling it.
Akhila Saroha: What advice would you give to budding writers who may be planning to write in the same genre as “Saga of Vinasha”?
Shrideep Ghogare: Well let’s see I will say 1st – Read a Lot 2nd – Don’t be shy to be bold 3rd – and most importantly be very extra imaginative.
Akhila Saroha: Thank you very much for sparing your time. I look forward to reading more books from you in the future. All the best.
Shrideep Ghogare: Thanks a Lot.