Vasudevan, as I know him, travelled a lot in search of wisdom and knowledge after completing his formal education. He traversed the ocean of spirituality and religious philosophy which guided him throughout his endeavours. Being a keen observer, Vasudevan Tachoth
picked up fourteen different life incidents and developed them into fine thought provoking short stories and retold them in his own words.
For this, he strung together all the fourteen sweet flowers to form a fine garland. The quintessence of human relation and its ripples and tides are his theme. He dexterously sketched the characters of all the stories and smartly treated the themes to effectuate the portrayal of human relation. With the skill of a trained psychologist, he takes us through different life situations and shows us what we often overlooked in this transient life. He believes in the scope of perfect human relation which we often think is a herculean task. But the author shows us a practical way to understand others’ feelings and he
also teaches us how to look into ourselves at the same time .