After an exclusive boarding public school education, the author at a very young age, in his teens itself, was selected for the Indian army. However, he soon left this promising career of an officer. The environment therein was ill-suited for this free spirited young lad.
For some time thereafter, he was a short-film producer/director, as also a published poet of sorts. Inbetwixt, he stayed in London for a brief while; but , chose to come back to India. After some interesting but trying times, the author's interest veered towards The Unknown. The interest so created was not owing to any sad or unfortunate event but as a natural state ofhunger and inquisitveness of a seeker of That Which Is.
The rise into higher mystical realm was swift.
Higher surreal experiences between 1990-94 turned around his atheistic, scientific mindset. It opened up a realm beyond present day science.
For some time after his penultimate mystical experiences of early nineties in 2009, the author lived a latent yogic life. Unable to function well otherwise, he came back to his small home town in Punjab in the Christmas of 1997; having lived most of his life in the big metropolitan cities of Mumabi and Delhi. To take up the mantle of a free mystic.
Since then, Fakeer Ishavardas has written more than 30 metaphysical books in English, Hindi and Punjabi.
Amongst his English works, one that is of some interest to the West is JESUS THE TRUE MASTER YOGI: An Eastern Perspective (Deciphering The Yogic/Mystic Teachings Of Jesus).
A limited preview of this book, as also of some other past works of the author, is available online live at GOOGLE BOOKS.