Guard of honour given by the author, as a Squadron Leader, to Smt. Indira Gandhi, the Prime Minister of India, in Trivandrum on 24 October 1984 on inauguration of Southern Air Command, Indian Air Force.

Wing Commander M K Devidasan was born on 29 June 1941, in Thrissur District, Kerala, India. He joined the Indian Air Force as an airman in the wireless operator trade on 06 June 1959. While working, he continued his further studies in engineering and graduated in Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering in 1965. He decided to continue his career in the Indian Air Force itself and got through Services Selection Board and went for one and a half year training at Air Force Technical College, Bangalore, and passed out as a Pilot Officer on 01 June 1968 winning a medal for his first position in that batch of 38 officers. He served in the Indian Air Force for 32 years after which he took pre-mature retirement in 1991. During his tenure, he participated in the 1962 Indo-China war, 1965 Indo – Pak war, and 1971 Indo – Pak war.

His first work of an English poem book was published by Geetha Publishing house, New Delhi in 1976. His first novel “Her Miseries” was published by Writer’s Workshop, Kolkata in the year 1993 and it was digitized by Michigan University, Since turning his passion into a profession, he has written prolifically and is constantly exploring new themes, genres, and ideas. It’s incredibly hard work, but he is never happier than when he sits down at his desk putting the opening words to a new book or story on paper He has published 15 novels to date and many are in various stages of finalization.

Presently he is running an organization, “Rajiv Gandhi Education Foundation” in Thrissur district, Kerala, India which is functioning as the assessing Body under the Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship, Govt of India.