‘It is neither history nor myth. Mystery is what highlights,’ quoted Ashwin Sanghi. Bindu Amat opened the doors of discussion with the acclaimed author who is hailed as the Indian version of Dan Brown. Sanghi's 'Keepers of Kalachara', the fifth in the Bharathy series of Historical and Mythological Thrillers was also talked about during the session.
Talking about the usage of graphics in his work, Ashwin Sanghi added that it is for everyone to understand his story. Sanghi unravelled his journey of becoming a writer; how his pursuit was backed up by the mantra of ‘99% luck and 1% good luck'.
On ‘Keepers of Kalachakra’ Sanghi said that it was an idea that surfaced out from a nightmare. The novel which takes the reader through different realms of science and mythology is his attempt to explain the philosophical traditions.