Aniruddha Bose was born on 19th September 1955 in Kolkata. His father was Late Binayendra Mohan Bose an ex-graduate from Bengal Engineering College who later rose to position the position of Director of Employment and Training and Central Apprenticeship Advisor, Govt. of India, who died in harness as the Project Manager, United Nations Development Programme. His mother was the silver medal winner in her Master’s qualification from the Calcutta University in Bengali. Aniruddha Bose is a by-product of St.Xaviers’ Collegiate School, Kolkata and later from Medical College Bengal. In 1985, he completed his FRCS from United Kingdom and spent a considerable segment of his life there and a part of his professional career in the Middle East.
In his professional interaction, he has intermingled with various cultures, races, and community as a whole. He has travelled extensively in different capacities to most of the countries of the world. Now he is one the renowned plastic surgeons of Kolkata and he is known as one of the leading cosmetic surgeons in India and abroad.
He has now written several books in Bengali and English.
His first book ANWESHAN created a sensation to the style, presentation, theme, and philosophy in Bengali Literature. He was successful in depicting the crisis of modern Indian society. This enthralling novel illustrates basic human behaviour and trudges to the mysterious world of spirituality. He lucidly depicts human alienation amidst a world anticipating new developments every day. Through an array of inter-personal relationships, he takes the reader from elusive fleeting interactions to the opus of the soul, based on the ‘Venn Diagram Theory’ of mathematics. Universality is the greater theme of his creation. The author reveals the concept of ‘home’ in a different light and quite explicitly relates the pitfalls of human relationship and explores its wholeness outside the social paradigms. Sometimes sexually explicit, the author tries to ooze out the worldly human response in a competitive environ. The human behaviour, portrayed in varied facets takes the reader on an inward journey to the alien maze of the psyche and soul, from illusion to the truth.
His second novel NISHABDE reflected another philosophy. For months, it remained a best-seller and represented India at the London Book Fair. NISHABDE is a tale of a mosaic of conflicting paradigms - our intra-personal paradigms, which dictate our expected behaviour in a structured social network; our inter-personal paradigms which governs our relationship with dyads, triads and groups we do or we think we do belong; social paradigms which judge or intend to judge the members of the society; our religious paradigms which keep a very strong leash on our id, ego and superego and our spiritual paradigms which try to keep a fine balance between the aforesaid groups of paradigms.
His third novel DEKHA was again a reflection of highlighting the east through the vision of young British lady of Indian origin, coming to visit India. This also mesmerised the readers with its unique theme, taking into consideration his vast experience of his life both in India and abroad. That too became a best-seller. He decided to move forward repeatedly by breaking his own previous books genre presentation and style in all his novels.
He is trying to experiment his writing skills in different forms and themes and in his fourth novel CHAKRA, a psychological murder thriller, has tried to break the standard norms of both in the east and west, with a new concept of his knowledge of science and medicine and redefining murder in a new philosophy. Breaking away from the usual formula for a whodunit, he explores the genre in an entirely novel way. The plot traverses all across contemporary India, introducing a wide range of characters as the drama unfolds, and there is a subtle social commentary cleverly hidden within the pages. The glamorous world of films and modelling, the rarefied environs of the medical establishment, fast-paced city life and traditional rusticity, celebrities and high profile god men, money and muscle, bureaucrats and politicians, new age entrepreneurs and old fashioned police work blend to constitute an exciting storyline. Red herrings are a plenty, and after many unexpected twists and turns, the pieces all come together at the end in a thrilling finale. Well researched and intelligently written in a racy style, the reader's attention is held until the last page as the deduction links the chain of events in a neat circle, so completing the CHAKRA. This has also hit the charts as bestseller.
His next novel TOMAKE, based on applying physics and mathematical concepts is a sweet lyrical love story literature in an unfathomed form, which also joined the best-seller wagon. So, what is love? And what is truth? Is love a play of hormones and neurotransmitters? And is truth a perception of what is apparent, rather than absolute? Can a moment of pure love exist for all eternity? Aniruddha Bose has lovingly dealt with those concepts in his novella “TOMAKE”. A dialogue between a man and a woman is chronicled in a series of intensely lyrical “love letters”. That is commonplace enough. What is remarkable is the realisation that it all “happens” in a moment of time. One is left wondering - was that all just imagination? But something seems to bother the reader, till the realisation occurs, almost like an epiphany, that truth and love cannot be qualified or quantified by only the linearity of time, but by the absoluteness of it. This also joined the bestseller bandwagon.
His next novel CANVASE is an experimental novel. Initially starting off with seven short stories of several different females, he inter-weaves them to the confluence of a single novel, which portrays the different facets of a female in tune with colours of the rainbow and takes the reader on a deeper inner journey, beyond the prismatic spectrum into the mystique shades of invisible ultra-violet or infra-red rays, where dwells the real truth of human realization. This also hit the charts as bestseller.
The end of the cultural milieu of Bengal had commenced with the waning of the golden era. A few years into the 21st Century, it was apparent, with mediocrities in control, it had reached its ultimate fiasco. The veil of darkness was progressively engulfing the cultural environ, with nothing else to offer, except nostalgias of the past. Did the golden era have all the flairs that are missing today? Surely not. If that were so, why this calamity? The query haunts us all. Some are aware of the jinx, others arent. SFULINGA is a saga of the reality leading to the debacle. As it is a fiction, characters are fictitious, but the facts aren’t. The author, as a visionary, takes the reader, through the winding alleys of the concealed truth, to paint a new canvas for the imminent future. Amidst the annihilation, lies the seeds of rebirth, like a phoenix, akin to Prometheus of today, who can still enlighten an ailing humanity.
Whatever cognised, groked, plumbed is finite. Beyond it, rest is infinite. Between the two exists an orphic realm. Most are twined in finite fetters seeking realisation, repose, amid its manacles. From crib to grave veiled by worldly illusive gossamer they seek the meaning of existence. Very few can gauge its volatility amid the crests and troughs of life. When they realise often it’s too late with scrimpy time left of reverting. Amid the finite, there is an illume aphotic grey zone. If one can feel it, one is able to taste infinite within finite realms. This Shangri-La is unique flavour of infinite in finite. The thirst to fathom this clandestine, anon world uplifts the mortal cognisance to fulfilment where transience, permanence fuses the sentience to universal vastness. ALO ANDHAR depicts the finite ‘Adhishthiti’ (Divine Union) of mortal ataraxis.
Five of his Bengali novels namely ANWESHAN are restructered in English by Anwesa Sengupta and him as QUEST and DEKHA as THE VISION rendered by Purnasree Nag , CHAKRA rendered in English as FULCRUM by Partha Pratim Roy and TOMAKE rendered in English as THE MOMENT by Partha Pratim Roy and CANVASE rendered in English by Purnasree Nag as CANVAS.
QUEST is a small expression, but with an insightful depth. It means a search for something. For what and why? The greatest riddle of all is who is searching? Is it you, the eternal human crave or me? A longing to find the meaning of love, life and our existence. This short novella by Aniruddha Bose examines the answer to this conundrum. Revolving round the affluent and upper middle class milieu of the urbanized society, the characters of this novel are all pawns in the game of life. Tossing up and down through their profits and losses, accomplishments and failures, love and hatred, desire and denial, they all pass through this enigma of life. The truth they discover is life is nothing but a Venn Diagram an array of intersecting circles of relations, which includes its slices, but never its whole. We believe erroneously in relationships. We have an elusive image of our existence. Only a few chosen can comprehend that our life is nothing but a part of a greater nullity. The ultimate truth is that we live alone in our ‘home’ in solitude and die alone in it.
There are some fundamental questions in our lives, which either rises in the strata of our emotions or sleeps in the frozen darkness of our deepest emotions. Sometimes it raises a tsunami in our stanch monotonous life shaking up our very existence. Who or what is “I”, “Dad” or filial affection? What is the real colour of affection for our children? Who is a Mom? Can motherhood be attained? Or is it just an animalistic biological event. What is life? And moreover, what will I do with my life? ….Many a times these basic questions overwhelm our consciousness. We apparently live our lives more or less happily with not much cataclysm. These philosophical questions hardly play any significant role in many of our lives.
Nevertheless, a few can sometimes hear the call of the wilderness. If one does hear such a call, to him the daily chores of life become meaningless. His endeavour then is solely restricted to seeking an answer to these questions. These blessed few actually prepare the mind for a new beginning where the progeny can cultivate a better harvest.
In lyrical novel THE VISION, he explores the answers to these questions through the eyes and minds of an array of characters. Here the writer takes the reader on a guided tour of the East showing the rich culture and traditions behind the apparent poverty. He brings forth the cry of human soul that lurks behind the glittering façade of wealth and luxury of the West. Then through the eyes of the main character, Srabasti the intellectual reader understands the real philosophy. Looking at this philosophy is THE VISION.
His English International Thriller PURSUIT is different from its genre, seeking the truth of life. It has everything a thriller possess - multiple mysterious murders; beautiful sirens; handsome hunks; powerful men who can change the world; a staggering international conspiracy; highly complex international geo-economics and politics; the just dose of sex and so on. However, what makes it stand out in the crowd is its philosophy, the humanitarian angle and the universal message of peace and harmony. There are twists in the tale that suddenly come down on the reader as bolts from the blue. That is expected in a top class thriller. What this book additionally possesses is the touch of universal melancholy that affects every thinking man and woman of every nationality. Greedy international big shots conspire to conquer the world, and spill the blood of the innocent and guilty alike. Small-time characters are trapped in this web engulfed by the events beyond their control and comprehension. Amidst this chaos, there remains a blind Buddhist monk in an isolated monastery in the high Himalayas, who think about these chaotic currents. He sits in his isolated shrine, watching and analysing the events in the world, like the Nimrod. The protagonist of the story, a highly intelligent young lady who is fortunate enough to get teachings from the contrasting two worlds, the modern western as well as the timeless philosophy of Hinduism and Buddhism, gets caught in the web and flows along the current. Besides searching the reasons of the murders, she also searches for the reason of her existence, or rather the existence and meaning of the life as a whole. Does she reach her destination? The story culminates in a startling revelation of the truth.
In his next crime thriller FULCRUM he redefined the concept of the investigative murder thriller. Veering away from the beaten path Aniruddha has weaved a tale of intrigue and suspense spanning across the country. This is neither a story of the typical detective and the murderer as we would like to believe, nor does it have the mind games of a Sherlock Holmes or a Hercule Poirot. This is a story of normal flesh and blood human beings doing police work as one would come across in everyday life…real and well within the realm of possibilities. The myriad characters that come into play in this drama show frailties of the mind as to leave the reader stupefied. This is a story hard to put down due to its pace as the pieces of the jigsaw puzzle get placed in their correct places with the turn of each page and ends in the final pages…
THE MOMENT is the story of another world. How do we understand the concept of time? This novel has brought out a supernatural message from time's internal cave. It is nothing new for two persons to be attracted to each other. This novel sees this oft-played game from an entirely new perspective. Is love and desire the same? Can these two be put in the same paradigm of understanding? Or is there a thin line, which delineates them apart and yet, so close? Each of us accepts our own perception of the truth. Some would say love is abstract, while desire is concrete. Is it so? Desire could also be abstract. Why do we love someone? Can it be explained by the theories of chemistry? Science has given a clinical definition. The key lies in certain hormones and neurotransmitters in the brain. Is life science the best alternative to our understanding of this? If that were so, the beauty of love gets lost in the ravages of misconceptions. The two protagonists in this story are searching for that elusive answer, while finding themselves in a supernatural cusp of time. It is that cusp which is known in science as Vertical Time. Or in our philosophy as ‘Turiya’ postulated in the Upanishads. This is where time stands still and veers away from the well-known path of horizontal movement. In the light and darkness of the maze, we know as past and present, they seem to throw the two characters in this novel into their own subconscious, and titillate them to play the game of love in surreal time. Where does this game end? Will it end, where time gets lost in the realm of the supernatural? Or will it ultimately find it’s calling in their minds and in their memories?
In CANVAS he explores the human mind amid array of its shades. Every human is a myriad of various facades like the rainbow traversing a prism emitting various shades. Often one colour outstrips the other like the insignia of life. Canvas is a window into the varied facets of human existence. Initially starting off with seven short stories of seven different females, the author inter-weaves them to the confluence of a single novel, which portrays the different facets of a female in tune with colours of the rainbow and takes the reader on a deeper inner journey, beyond the prismatic spectrum, into the mystique shades of invisible ultra-violet or infra-red rays, where dwells the real truth of human realization.
His ETERNAL MAYHEM is a spotless adrenaline raiser, a touch chalk and cheese grand narrative with numerous puzzling scientific murders occurring worldwide. This complex cliff-hanger keeps the reader’s adrenaline spurting from the onset as scientific murders take place in exotic global locations. Beautiful lassies, intelligentsia, global scientists are trapped in this white-knuckle masterpiece with all the twirl and twists that will keep the readers rapt. This volume is more than a murder mystery, to transport you from your comfy lounger to a steaming isle, be it Bali, Fiji, Hawaii, Punta Cana or exotic nooks of Jamaica and Puerto Rico. This gripping craft keeps you on your feet, as the global scientific world of genetics gets swathed in the whodunit. Amid the scientific nitty-gritties of genetic cloning research, it’s a scarper from the familiar concepts, to the roots of civilisation with its resultant diversities. It reveals shocking truths, so far clandestine. The apogee seals in a startling eye-opening truth of humanity, offering a thought-provoking riveting thriller.
What happens when a prehensile tech-savvy accoster logically kills people innovatively at random without an ostensive reason. Arcane when this smart as a whip proclaims the details of each victim before getting rid of them. A challenge! Chilling when an erudite Professor of Statistics of Indian Statistical Institute is looped into these freaky games. Apparently wanton without known motives ranging from quintessential greed for money and/or power, eternal lust for sex, the ever-present revenge for some real or imaginary crime, lofty ideals, does it have all furtively packaged? Can this intelligent professor rip this enigmatic sudoku? As bright play brainy games with similar folks, so does the author Aniruddha Bose play mind-games with the reader in this puzzling mystery thriller CONUNDRUM. This book adds to his new genre series of scientific thrillers in a new bird’s eye view never penned before. The apogee seals in a startling eye-opening truth, offering a thought-provoking riveting thriller.
The end of the cultural milieu of Bengal had commenced with the waning of the golden era. A few years into the 21stCentury, it was apparent, with mediocrities in control, it had reached its ultimate fiasco. The veil of darkness was progressively engulfing the cultural environ, with nothing else to offer, except nostalgias of the past. Did the golden era have all the flairs that are missing today? Surely not. If that were so, why this calamity? The query haunts us all. Some are aware of the jinx, others aren’t. FLARE is a saga of the reality leading to the debacle. As it is a fiction, characters are fictitious, but the facts aren’t. The author, as a visionary, takes the reader, through the winding alleys of the concealed truth, to paint a new canvas for the imminent future. Amidst the annihilation, lies the seeds of rebirth, like a phoenix, akin to Prometheus of today, who can still ignite an ailing humanity.
He is a member of Film Writer’s Association.
He finds solace in his creations, be it in his professional arena or in his creative literary pursuits. All his novels are depiction of his inner creative ideas, sometimes contrary to traditional genre in exploration of the Universal Truth.
In his busy schedule, his essence of peace rests with his love for classical music and his wife Smriti Bose.
- ANWESHAN (Dey’s Publishing)
- ALO ANDHAR
- THE VISION
- THE MOMENT
- ETERNAL MAYHEM
Publications of Aniruddha Bose:
- Alo Andhar
- Chakra (Second Edition)
- Dekha (Third Edition)
- Eternal Mayhem
- The Moment
- The Vision
- Tomake (Second Edition)
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