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There is magic and mystery in the inherent ability of a tiny seed to produce a towering banyan tree that can thrive for centuries, providing shelter to tens of thousands without demanding anything in return. Nature brims with such miracles, and human creativity is one such.
How is it possible, I wonder, that a casual piece of advice from a good friend, or an idea flashing like a meteor across one’s mind on a cold Himalayan night, can plant so deep a seed that, years later, it develops into a full length saga eager to make her world debut?
All my three novels in the Moksha Trilogy came to life in extraordinary ways. Whip of the Wild God: A Novel of Tantra in Ancient India was inspired by my encounter with a real tantric who blew open the shutters of my mind by revealing to me an esoteric philosophy so…
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