“A story exists in all that exists”
Welcome to Harsha Sheelam’s website.
Harsha Sheelam is an author, columnist, business and management researcher, social worker, and business graduate. She takes interest in playing the Indian musical instrument, Sitar, creating graphic illustrations, and weaving embroidery.
Her columns have been published in national and international media. Her first research paper has been published in kaleidoSCOPE (Standing Conferences of Pubic Enterprises), Journal of Hospitality Application and Research and others.
Regarding her books, she concentrates on the issues of today that young teenagers face and tries to motivate the young children towards positivity. She chooses an unconventional way, quite different from the stories of yesteryears. Her fantasy tales empower young girls and boys to be strong, optimistic and confident. She believes that children have the inquisitiveness to learn more every day, and in an era where they are exposed to a wide variety of media, books are the only way to sustain their innocence. She accepts that every person is beautiful inside and out and shouldn’t be put down by anyone who thinks otherwise.
Full of humour, wit, and insight; the short stories and novel champion hard work, perseverance, honesty, and compassion. The books have age-old and contemporary wisdom in a delicious form.