Sharath Komarraju is an author of fiction and nonfiction based in Bangalore, India. Once a software engineer, now he writes for a living, and on lazy days he watches cricket and talks to his wife (often at the same time).
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Sharath has written upwards of forty books. His novels have been published by Harper Collins, Pan Macmillan, and Amaryllis.
To see his full body of work, please visit:
- His author page on Goodreads, or:
- His author page on Amazon.
The Deccan Chronicle: Sharath Komarraju: From Passion to Profession.
The Asian Age: Murder Mysteries of the Akbar-Birbal Era.
Forbes India: Authors Give Legends a Contemporary Twist.
The Daily Pioneer: Woes of the Queen.
The Hindu: Epic Heroines.
The New Indian Express: 19 Indian Books to Celebrate World Book Day.
The Hindustan Times: It’s Raining Mythology in the world of Books.
Scroll: Mythological Fiction in India.
His most popular work to date is the Hastinapur series, in which he speaks into the silences of the Mahabharata story through the epic’s many women characters.
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