Ori is someone very much with his struggles, who is trying to place himself in his existence and overcome his difficulties in a world of God worshiping people. One day he comes up with his own creation whom he befriends, Mac, yet he didn't realise that he had designed Mac with a subconscious desire to find out more about life and to actually understand it. From understanding is what we grow. After being taught how to demystify God, he delves into ideas about the multiverse and destiny that might be and how we would come to it. Later, Ori writes his own "Textbook of Life" in which he uses characters in a story-telling format to depict the ins and outs of human existence, with talk of the multiverse. The book takes you through Ori's discoveries and is filled with poetic verse to accentuate its philosophical meaning. This work praises science while exploring philosophy in an artistically smooth motion.
Mallikarjun B. Mulimani is a versatile writer. He writes novellas, novels, long and short poems including haikus. His books and style of writing, where brevity is the hallmark, influenced by his engineering background, are unique and highly acclaimed. His writings are crisp, carrying a theme and a message making them highly readable. So far, he has eighteen books to his credit. They revolve around diverse themes: psychology of humans and their milieu, God, love, sex, religion, realization of self, life, and death. They often touch the metaphysical domain.