It was a proud moment for Ravikiran Rangaswamy, a former student of photography at the National Institute of Design (NID), and his mother, Sapna, when writers and littérateurs across the city appreciated their books at a literary interactive session organised at the Ahmedabad National Book Fair on Sunday.
The session was organised to review the three books released by Ravikiran and Sapna. Out of these, ‘46+14=06, A Story of a Genius’, is the first book written by a mother and son which also featured in the Limca Book of Records 2013.
“My son is my best friend and I wanted to give a precious gift to my son. Hence, I have penned down all our experiences and the most memorable moments so that we can cherish the love of a mother and son throughout our life,” said Sapna Rangaswamy.
Besides, the work ‘Camera & Conversations’, written by a mother and son, is the first book on fiction-photography and is a visual treat for all. The book revolves around several strangers whom Ravikiran met for his final photography projects.
Another work, ‘The Dance Company’ is based on Indian classical dance which deals with love, lust, passion and romance. “The story revolves around a dancer who in search of Lord Krishna meets other artistes and how they found out Krishna,” said Ravikiran.
The books were also acknowledged by the visitors present at the session.