About the Book:
When a family in Mysore learns about the earthquake that struck the regions of Nepal in 2015, they are devastated. Their only son Pasupathi is curious to know why and asks his father for answers.
Ajamila, Pasupathi’s father opens up to narrate an engaging tale of their pilgrimage to Nepal in 1934, their experiences with the forces of nature and the final homecoming after life-changing incidents at the temple.
In the background unfolds yet another story which involves a series of debates between the celebrated minds of India – Mahatma Gandhi and Rabindranath Tagore.
As time travels, the stories run parallel to each other gaining much historical and spiritual importance until one day the parallels meet to end the long-drawn debate over superstition vs faith.
Did Pashupathi get answers to his questions? Did Tagore and Gandhi settle their famous conflict through dialogues?
‘Pashupathi 1934 – The Three act’ play navigates through the rough seas of life and reaches the unknown shores of learning in the most beautiful way.