Raj Supe

Raj Supe, aka Kinkar Vishwashreyananda, is a poet, storyteller, novelist, seeker and a bhakta. He was initiated under the Order of Sri Sitaramdas Omkarnath. After qualifying his Masters degree in Business Administration (MBA), he had a career in advertising, research and creative consulting and has worked on advertising for several international and national clients before he turned to literature and spirituality.


Raj is one of the founding members of FCN and is currently compiling and editing an anthology titled ‘Contemplation of Nature’.

His works include novels such as 'Three No Trumps', 'Big Bappa'; poetry collection 'Sagarika Anusagarika' - Echoes for Nine Rivers; 'Pilgrim of the Sky'- spiritual memoir and translations of religious texts such as 'Cloudburst of Thousand Suns' and 'Rainbow at Noon', long listed on Crossword Vodafone Awards. His writings convey the passionate intensity of a seeker, the sincerity of one who hopes to bring about an ideal mix of traditional mythic imagery and the urgencies of post-modern life. He accompanies his Guru on national and international travels and is the editor of the spirituality e-magazine; 'The Mother' (www.themotherdivine.com). He leads a simple life living close to Ganges in Rishikesh and enjoys his morning bath in the river.

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