At this time when the whole world is in constant fear of the ravages of COVID-19 Pandemic, the importance of positivity and hope has increased manifold and without a shred of doubt, literature can always play a pivotal role in spreading a positive message across the society. In this scenario; where everything seems to have gone haywire, people are in constant search of quality literature. And, it becomes imperative for authors to take this responsibility with new zeal and it feels great to find the Indian Bestselling author Sabarna Roy who has always impacted society with his literary works.
Sabarna Roy who is a technocrat by qualification and an author by passion has the distinction of graduating with First Class Honors in Civil Engineering from one of the most reputed universities of the country that could be none other than Jadavpur University. Going with the flow of a fresh graduate, Mr Roy joined the corporate sector and has been serving the Electrosteel Group for the last two and a half decades. Mr Roy is currently serving as the Senior Vice President taking care of Business Development, Applications Technology and Strategy.
Considering himself a keen observer of urban life whose focus of observation has extended its wings to decadence and hyper-modernization. The observant eyes of Mr Roy have not either spared the duality of moral and ethics along with the post-modern mix of love and lust. His writings are stripped of sentimentalization as Mr Roy's writings come to a dispassionate zenith of being utterly cold-hearted.
The Bestselling author who has penned down six bestselling titles under the name of Pentacles, Abyss, Frosted Glass, Winter Poems, Random Subterranean Mosaic: 2012-2018 along with the latest release Etchings of the First Quarter of 2020 has touched every possible human emotions of love, loss, longing and melancholy. Mr Roy has practiced his craft through various forms of art in the form of novel, novella, poems, short stories and drama.
Most of the writings of Mr Roy have been set in the premise of Calcutta/Kolkata, one of the metropolitan cities of the country, and the setting of his writings begin with the 1970s, and Kolkata still holds the charm of modern India where caste and class differences are a common sight. The beauty of his writings reflect in the ability to portray the complex yet obvious emotions as in the case of Abyss, a full length play in two acts where in the pretext of a crime thriller he delves into the critical ideas of land for agriculture versus industrialization apart from decoding the highly decorated mother-daughter relationship in an upper class society.