In the collection of short stories entitled From Donkey’s Mouth, the author assumes the name of Juggernaut to share his travel experiences on the Big Island, Hawaii, and living in India, Caribbean and the United States. In some stories, as a bystander looking at the events, Juggernaut discusses issues with a view that world is what it is with changes hard to come.
In the collection of short stories entitled “Curry Goat and Calypso,” the author assumes the name of Juggernaut in exploring his thoughts and experiences from living and travelling in India, Trinidad, Jamaica and the United States. For example, in India Juggernaut explores the culture of Baba and idol worship; in Trinidad and Jamaica the easy going life style; in the United States the practices in the animal and yellow grease recycling business. In some stories, Juggernaut expresses his anguish over the bizarre sounding names given in the past to some tropical fruit and vegetable plants that now needs renaming to reflect their true identity. A wide range of subject matter on local culture and practices was covered in the stories always trying to find some humor to entertain the readers.
In the collection of short stories entitled Dolphin Nose the author explores his thoughts and observations looking at the events from his own life and in the world around to give his perspective. As per the world events, the best he could do was to come out with his own list of wishful thinking. He ponders on many pointless pursuits in life, all presented with light humor.
In the book titled On the Banks of River Godavari, the author presents his random and outside-the-box thoughts in the form of short stories and essays. In “Sardines for Dinner,” he introduces an educated couple with socialist ideas. In “Turtle Patrol,” he narrates the daily patrol of a pet box turtle named Gopal along with other turtles in the backyard.