Interview with PraGun #AuthorChatter #anshuasks

Man is a poetry composed of five elements or panchtatvas – Earth, Water, Fire, Air and Space. We are born of them and will one day get absorbed in them. I had learnt this as a child and these words stuck with me all through. So, when I came across Pragun’s Panchtatva, I knew I had found a kindred soul.

PraGun is an amateur blogger who finds creativity & art everywhere. Proud Indian soul who loves traveling and writing travel, food & personal stories.

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Sun-Sea-Sky watcher, Chilly-Cherry of a gal, mom, blogger.

Let’s see what PraGun, the nature lover has to say about her book today!

What made you choose Panchtatva as the theme of your book?

I strongly believe in the five elements known as panchtatwa’s in and around our body, in nature and this universe. The balance of these five elements is a must and so I chose this.

You come across as a big champion of the nature. What steps do you take or would advise to your readers for a sustainable environment?

Thanks for saying this, Yes, I feel that it’s we who can put in that extra effort to keep our nature, our Mother Earth safe for future generations to come. We need to put in that one extra step in our daily lives starting from the time we get up from bed by reducing wastage of water in bathrooms and kitchens, by reducing use of plastic or waste paper, by making our own compost pits instead of piling up on garbage, rain water harvesting, and planting a tree whenever and wherever possible.

Are you reading this, peeps!

Which Panchtatva do you feel the closest to? And why?

I am passionate about all tatvas be it Sun with its power or Air with its aura, but lately I feel more connected to Water being the most essential element on Earth for survival. I even connect water to my thoughts which are free flowing like water of a river.

Which other ebooks in the Blogchatter Ebook Carnival have impressed you the most and why?

I liked the short stories in tales with a twist and Wheels of time.

Which is one genre that you would like to write on next?

This time my journey was as an amateur with only A-Z posts for being close to nature, but my next attempt will be on short poetry and travel journal.

What challenges you as a writer?

Being more creative with words and expressing them.

If you were to die and come back as a person or a thing, what would it be?

Ahh, well if were to die so soon then for sure I would like to come back as ME only with better choices and better aims in life, so I can return back to nature in better way and for thing, well I don’t mind to be a computer.

Neat reply, don’t you think?

How do you overcome writer’s block?

By reading more works of other authors, improving reading and writing skills, but I still am in block!

Share tips on publishing and marketing your ebook.

I would any time recommend blogchatter as it was the best and very friendly platform.

Agree hands down!

Throw some light on how you research while writing.

My research was based on the ideas I got from Nature and being in sync with it. So all humans and children be more nature friendly and filled with better awareness of our surroundings.

Pragun’s book “COMING HOME TO NATURE” description in brief:

The book showcases how an author draws inspiration from nature, it helps you connect with nature and its natural tatvas. Each of 5 elements represents a state of matter and so this book is dedicated to all these.

Download this book by clicking here 

@iPragun, hope you enjoyed this interview as much as I enjoyed doing it! Do read, share and comment on your fellow author’s interviews as well.

Hope you had a great time meeting Pragun, peeps! Let us know about it.

Meanwhile, read equally interesting interviews of Neha and Lavanya on Ashwini’s  and Priya’s blogs.

Check out other interviews in the series conducted jointly by @Ashwini_Menon, @priyreflects and Yours Truly – Aesha, Ruchi, Medha, Manas, Mayuri, Preeti.

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About Anshu Bhojnagarwala

Fiction Addict. Agatha Christie Fan.
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20 Responses to Interview with PraGun #AuthorChatter #anshuasks

  1. Interesting interview Anshu. PraGun comes across as a very honest person. The theme of her book also seems refreshing. Best of luck PraGun! 🙂 Hope you get over your writer’s block soon and get down to writing soon!

  2. geekanika says:

    As Dumbledore said, the happiest person would see themselves in the mirror of Erised just the way they are. PraGun’s answer to the question ‘what would you come back as?” reminded me of that!

  3. Pr@Gun says:

    Thanks, Anshu, you made my day, from nothing to something. My book was just A-Z of nature and today you made me feel on top with this post. Thanks again this motivates me to write and express in a better way.

  4. Pragun sounds like a sorted person. I liked her theme
    Her answer to ‘which inanimate thing she would be’ .. was superb.
    Good to know her through the interview.

  5. Rashmi says:

    Pragun seems to be a simple and honest person with a clear heart. Best of luck for your future endeavours Pragun. A soothing discussion on Nature and its elements, Anshu and Pragun ☺️

  6. writenlive says:

    Pragun, the theme for your book is so beautiful. It is time we recognise that we need to sustain our environment. Also, being closer to Nature is needed if we really want to be able to connect with our source.

    Interesting questions, Anshu. They made me smile.

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