has written some ten books, including a 600-page biographical novel, Deha Zala Chandanacha, on the life of the Rev. Pandurang Shastri Athavale, the founder of the Swadhyaya Movement and recipient of the Templeton Award, the Magesessye Award, and numerous others.
This novel received tremendous response from readers and critics from all sections of society and won the prestigious N. H. Apte Award and some other awards as well. It has sold over 40,000 copies to date and is currently in its 24th printing. Translations in Gujrati, in Hindi and in English published. The English version of The Silent Reformer is in its 3rd printing.
His novel Geetambari, based on the Bhagavad-Gita, received an equal response from readers. This was the first-ever novel on the philosophy in the world, presented in The Song of Salvation in a completely revised edition.
Mr. Kher is also the author of Digvijaya (The Victory), a novel on the life of Napoleon, now in its fifth printing, and, with his wife Seemantini, Dainandin Bhagwad Geeta (The Gita—for Day-to-Day Life), to be published in English as Aum Tat Sat by Zumaya Arcane. A fourth book, Hollywoodche Vinodveer (Comedians of Hollywood), is in its second printing. Two other books—Devanchya Rajyaat (Empire of Gods) and a fantasy-thriller, Bindusarover—in their 3rd and 2nd printing respectively.
Mr. Kher has also worked in the Indian film industry for eight years and for two years in television as a director and scriptwriter. At present, he is busy working on a historical novel set in 1500 BC.