Hey there, Today is the launch of The Yoga of Max’s Discontent a Novel by Karan Bajaj. When I received this book I was a little skeptical because I had never heard about this author. But what was my surprise that this book is very well written. 

This book is about how a successful man leaves everything behind in the Big Apple and embarks on a journey to India to find his true purpose in life. Sometimes you have to go through the worst to discover who you really are.

Karan is giving away gifts worth $299 for those who purchase the book during the week of its launch, check them out at


Max Pzoras is the poster child for the American Dream. The child of Greek immigrants who grew up in a dangerous New York housing project, he triumphed over his upbringing and became a successful Wall Street analyst. Yet on the frigid December night he’s involved in a violent street scuffle, Max begins to confront questions about suffering and mortality that have dogged him since his mother’s death.

His search takes him to the farthest reaches of India, where he encounters a mysterious night market, almost freezes to death on a hike up the Himalayas, and finds himself in an ashram in a drought-stricken village in South India. As Max seeks answers to questions that have bedeviled him—can yogis walk on water and live for 200 years without aging? Can a flesh-and-blood man ever achieve nirvana?—he struggles to overcome his skepticism and the pull of family tugging him home. In an ultimate bid for answers, he embarks on a dangerous solitary meditation in a freezing Himalayan cave, where his physical and spiritual endurance is put to its most extreme test.

By turns a gripping adventure story and a journey of tremendous inner transformation, The Yoga of Max's Discontent is a contemporary take on man's classic quest for transcendence.