Dancing with Life : Living with multiple sclerosis

bookcoverMy latest book, Dancing with Life,  is about affirming the power of life, the power of hope, and the power of strong determination to live life with a purpose. It attempts to give hope and power to everyone, whether or not one has a health challenge.

Most of all, it is a book that aims to convey that one can lead a complete and wholesome life, that MS or any other problem is just a comma in the story of our lives, and not the full stop.

I have learnt a lot of lessons in leading a complete life through my battle with MS (multiple sclerosis). These lessons are relevant to all, ailment or no ailment. Those who wish to buy this can do so at <http://www.flipkart.com/dancing-life-living-multiple-sclerosis-english/p/itme9bdjmhmjbynn?pid=9789381398814&ref=L%3A-2962529945395445276&srno=b_70


Users outside India can buy the book at


The eBook versions are available at

Amazon Kindle: https://www.amazon.in/Dancing-Life-Living-Multiple-Sclerosis-ebook/dp/B01HB9KRDM

Barnes & Noble: http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/dancing-with-life-jamuna-rangachari/1123950921?ean=9789381398753

Kobo: https://store.kobobooks.com/en-us/ebook/dancing-with-life-2



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  1. Sudarśan S

    I have left the following comment on Flipkart: (I read the book at the behest of my uncle whose wife has been severely impaired by progressive MS):
    An honest and direct account of a young woman struck with a rather unknown and difficult-to-describe ailment, “Dancing with Life” grips the reader with its lucidity.

    While there are pages dedicated to living in denial or in camouflage (something that some people are prone to do), which the author is not proud of, there are very few on self-pity, showcasing the positive outlook of the author. Experiences and case studies abound. It is a good book for people afflicted with debilitating chronic ailments as well as for their care-givers.

    The author has also attempted to debunk fallacies about MS floated by the Hindi movie “Guru”, but has missed talking about the same in the Tamil movie “King” (released in 2002).

    A flowing book, but for some typographical errors and on odd comment like “vegetarian who eats fish”. (Isn’t that like saying “I am a non-violent person who occasionally kills people”? :-))

    • Thanks for the compliment and apologies for the typos that may have crept in. What I have mentioned is “As a vegetarian, I wondered if I should start eating fish”. This means I was wondering if I should stop being a vegetarian. Incidentally for the record, I happen to be a vegetarian, who has never eaten any non-veg, including fish.

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