Prashant Wankhade is a cardiologist presently working in Bangalore. The author believes that every human being irrespective of his achievements, status, job, abilities, etc. is special and has a tremendous story in his life. Apart from this author hasn’t achieved much in his life.
Let’s dive into the interview with the author to know the journey of “The Warrior And The Sadhvi”
Can you tell us a little about your book?
This book relates to the personal conflicts we face in routine life. The story flows as the wounded warrior met Sadhvi. The warrior falls in love with Sadhvi but couldn’t express it because of his commitments. Sadhvi has a tough past and punishes herself for years. She too falls for the warrior, and then she has to take a call for her love, but along with this, she has to overcome her tragic past.
On this voyage, they met people, good as well as bad, which reshapes their lives. The warrior fulfills his responsibility for his kingdom but the thoughts of Sadhvi keep haunting him and then finally he takes a call to go back to her, but by the time he reaches her, she gets assimilated with her past.
Is there a specific event that inspired this story or was this an out-of-the-blue idea?
It’s not a specific event, but observations over the period. Human biology and psychology change every moment and thus our needs, priorities, and point of view, too. We are the slaves of these changes and our choices change accordingly. This story revolves around this basic concept.
What got you writing in the first place?
The free time and expression of thoughts
What was your impression of your first draft when you read it?
I was satisfied that finally I completed the manuscript.
Which part of your story connects the most with you? Why?
Each and every part connects with me because it’s the author’s mind that he has penned down.
What makes your book the one to read?
It has blended various coincidences together. I won’t say it’s extraordinary but it’s the story that tells us how we are made, how we choose things. It tells us to face the past and stand for ourselves. It tells us that every person is special and has a huge story behind him/her and he/she is the hero of that story. It tells us to empty the heart, to flow with the events. It tells us that even if we don’t want to flow, everything is arranged which will lead us to some destination, and it tells us that we meet people for reasons
What was the best advice you got while writing?
The advice was to keep going.
Who’s your all-time favorite author? Which book of his/hers made you fall in love with them?
Shivaji Sawant, and his book “Mrityunjay”.
What was your most complicated scene to write?
Warrior’s struggle with himself.
Do you have another plot brewing?
Yes, the story of love birds who fight with family, each other, situations, etc. to stay together, and finally leave each other.
On that note, we can’t wait for what comes in this author’s story. AMAZON LINK: https://www.amazon.in/dp/9355651287