About Steampunk India

“Ask yourself in the most silent hour of your night: must I write?”
– Rainer Maria Rilke

This blog is an accompaniment to my official website.

More often than not, multi-cultural meanderings, ideas and ponderings put a hook in my cortex and as my website is static and purely meant as a vehicle for the fiction I am writing, my noggin started begging for mercy and an outlet.Folk in my daily life added fuel to the fire by asking questions and opening discussions on my Facebook page, which I don’t find a comfortable place for really scooching my bum into my seat and buying a ticket for the train of thought.


As the  scope of my own perception grows ever wider through the medium I have chosen – envisioning alternate India Steampunk in fiction and pictures –  I have developed cerebral ramblings that, once animated, will not be quelled.
So here I am.

Update: The writing community has been amazingly supportive over the years and I have made some wonderful friends. I recently became a NetGalley member because I’d like to review and boost books by fellow writers.

7 responses to “About Steampunk India

  1. We would love to hear more, this sounds fab and I cannot wait to see hoe the cultures will intertwine.

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    • Hello there!

      Thank you for the compliments, so pleased you enjoy the work. Steampunk India is always happy to collaborate with Yomi Ayeni, who is the director and manager of The Clockwork Watch: The Transmedia Experience, where the character of Tinku originates.

  3. I LOVE the idea of Steampunk India – can’t wait to see what you write next!

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