Review by Shwetha H S
Everybody has a past. Whatever it might be, nobody can judge your past to be good or bad, except you. What you learn from it and how you use it to make your future will define your being. Guilt is not something a third person can make you feel. It is the awakening of your conscience by your own deeds. The Pillar Invisible by Hari Parameshwar is a story of three accomplished men whose conscience takes them on a journey of setting their lives for the betterment of the society.
Satyaki Satyanath, a corporate honcho. Rajaseshu Narasimhaiah, an industrialist and a king-maker. Thomas Chandy Ambadan, a successful businessman. They all encounter death in unexpected ways. Their experiences in the face of death bring them close to a mysterious entity that guides them and brings them together. The story is spiritualistic as well as thrilling. The author has managed to blend the goodness of philosophy and spirituality, and has served to you by garnishing it with a hint of mythology. It is not a fun read; can become heavy on your mind due to the theme of the book. Nonetheless, a very good concept to make today’s rat race participants understand what is important in life.