Rohit's work took him from Pune to Montreal, and he moved in 2015 along with his wife Richa and son Aahan.
Author Rohit is fond of writing. According to him, writing is like constructing a house of imagination with the bricks of words. Rohit spends his pastime in reading and clicking the pictures of his wife.He explains on a lighter note, that while reading is out of his love for books, photography is simply out of duty.
The conception of Third Button began back in 2014 when Rohit showed few pages of casual writing to his dad, who, he thinks is his
biggest fan and critic. Dad felt that writing was captivating and challenged him to finish the work as he believed
that Rohit started every new project with a bang but ended with a whimper. Taking time out of the demanding job, writing on
and off, it took him around five years to finally finish this project. The driving force behind writing the story of the nostalgic
college life was the desire to record and preserve the memories, as he felt that this journey was an emotional roller coaster
comprising of both fun times and the tough times.
His second book, Order of the World, is a story of a mom and son entangled in the mystery of an unknown World.Order of the World explores the conviction of a woman who would do anything to protect her loved ones from impending danger.
Rohit likes to read both fiction and non-fiction, his choice being the literary classics. Some of his favorite books include Anna Karenina and War and Peace by Leo Tolstoy, A Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens, The Jungle Book by Rudyard Kipling, and The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald.
Rohit considers Anna Karenina as a masterpiece. He believes that the book touches upon so many topics like love, relationships, philosophy, science, agriculture, politics, success, and failure, leaving an indelible impression of Tolstoy's skillful craftsmanship. Rohit also likes to post reviews of his favorite books on Goodreads.