It is rightly said that philosophers are not made; they are born. So is the case with Dr. Avadhesh Kumar Dixit, his deep connection with ritualistic practises of Sanatan Dharma made him a thinker. He expressed his unique philosophical understanding in religious and spiritual poems and hymns he wrote. His poems and hymns are persona of his thought process depicting his own intellectual understanding and interpretations of various mythological events of great Indian epics.
World had witnessed that best poetic creations have always been spontaneous. It was moderately cold November evening, the moment was destined, emotions were high, waves of feelings were buoyant and when this all culminated and penned it gave birth to few rhythmic lines and by the time flow stopped lines took shape of a book eventually titled as “Sita Ke Ram”.