Personal Blog of Vivek Chakraverty
This is a collage of my creative outpourings reflecting the journey of my life, the sensations i had, the overwhelming emotions i felt through the quest for an identity, the longing for belonging, while passing through a severe identity crisis. These musings mirror my escapades of childhood, the amorality of adolescence and redemption upon attaining maturity. Today after going through numerous ups and downs, from evil to good, while traveling through the various strata of society-black, white and numerous shades of grey till the final enlightenment of my identity-The Seeker of the Truth.
Lights- A Free Anthology of my writings can be downloaded from the link on the menu on the left.
I have also recently relaunched A Collaborative Sci-Fi Novel/Script the details of which can be found at www.theriseofman.org
I am also seeking collaborators for an utopian project. I am looking for some individuals with expertise in History,Psychology,Economics,Sociology and Philosophy. If interested please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Also currently i am publishing a script written by me scene by scene called One Hundred Thousand Rupees.So stay tuned. One warning though it is for mature readers.
Also please note that this is my literal diary and some posts may be mere imaginary ramblings.
Latest: I am in the process of creating and releasing a short film. For details head out to :
With a melancholic heart i announce that some of my future posts will be paid. Meaning you will have to pay in order to view the contents. It’s tragic i must admit but i have to fend for myself. So, henceforth this blog will have members with access to drilled amounts of content in the form of categories.I need your support in this hour of need so do stand behind me. Thanks.
After much deliberation and futile thought i have decided to make certain posts only paid.This is a period of experimentation as you can all understand.
Yesterday i launched an ebook compilation.Do give a thought about buying it.
Important: I would like more readers feedback about my work and what they expect of me.