The book is a product of emotions and experiences of a young girl who not only loves to explore herself but is also interested in learning about other people’s lives. The world around her is so colorful and so colorless at the same time that she couldn’t stop herself from writing it all out and that’s what inspired her to write this book. The book consists of all aspects of life. The beauty of nature, the words of wisdom, the purity of love, and to be realistic – the truth about sinners. Settle down on a comfy chair and grab some tissue papers, because in a matter of seconds, you’re going to go down a huge roller-coaster of emotions.
Navkiran’ and ‘O Charam’ are two books of a poetry collection by Seemaant Sohal that have been published under the aegis of Rajasthan Sahitya Akademi, Udaipur. The author was given the Sumnesh Joshi award for his book ‘Navkiran.’ He (along with Mayamriga and Pramod Kumar Sharma) has edited the short stories and poetry collection book ‘Sahitya Prasav.’ Rajasthan Sahitya Akademi’s book of collection of poetry of poets from Rajasthan, ‘Ret Par Nange Paanv,’ contains Seemaant Sohal’s poetry. He has also done Punjabi to Hindi translation work.
Soundsmuch-a collection of short poems has helped me lend voice to the inarticulate in me. The poems are myriad and a voice in the wilderness. The earliest of poems in the collection date back to the late nineties.
The poems are generally short and conceived in lazy, cauterized moments of Sundays and other holidays. The poems are such that can be read anytime and with ease. In the din of power and politics, they emit sounds that may be heard. This collection of short poems will do the talking, I hope, with readers far and wide.
Rabaab is collection of poems inspired by the phiosophy of Guru Nanak Dev Ji.
These poems adhere in spirit to the chaste words of Baani and Japu ji Saheb.
Rabab encapsulates the philosophy of life and spirituality as preached by the Great Guru.
This piece of amateur writing is my efforts entwined with passion to make my debut book of poetry and unconventional sonnets. It’s a real journey of how I have evolved from writing in a mediocre way to becoming exceptional at fiction writing. Now let’s take an overall journey to my extent of imagination. Readers, I hope you would take my place as your own and get inspired to write down whatever flows out of your heart and soul.
Wild Hearts is the first collection of poetry by Somte Ralte, a young Mizo writer who resides in Aizawl, the idyllic capital of Mizoram. The vivid descriptions of sights and sounds in the collection are direct references to the untouched beauty of nature surrounding the poet. Written in a simple, conversational tone, Wild Hearts encapsulates the lives and preoccupations of youths in Northeast India. Through the persona of the speaker, the poet addresses various issues that many youths face today, be it romance, society, religion, or the self. Beneath the seemingly simplified verse forms and language construction, the poet seeks to convey the deeper message of the importance of finding oneself amidst accepted conventions and traditions in many of her poems. Apart from this stress on self assertion, the poet also hints at the necessity of maintaining good mental health in today’s world, as youths increasingly succumb to daily pressures at an alarming rate. The collection invites a fresh look at the recurring perception of poetical works of Northeast India as rooted in one’s culture and traditions by transcending borders through images and locations, which leaves the reader with an overwhelming sense of rootlessness, perhaps synonymous with the poet’s lived experiences.
The book, Seasons of Life: Imperfection is Beautiful, is a compilation of poems written to express the conditions of the modern era. It focuses not just on one but rather on many topics which include nature, love, and progression. The poems given are in reference to the chaotic evolution of today’s society. The book is a clean representation of words compiled in an uncomplicated language, making it a must-read for poetry lovers.
” Inspired by life, Dr. Hiron Dasgupta ‘s thoughts are away from the social norms and are rebellious in nature. A compilation of poems with 6 poets is an attempt to reveal the experiences of life. Dr. Hiron Dasgupta is a philosopher, Keya Sengupta and Smritikana Sarbadhikari reveal their love for nature, whereas Kajori Chatterjee and Arati Dhar combine philosophy with social life. Poems by Chandranath Adhikari are romantic by nature.
This book contains poems that deal with various themes such as love, lust, the illusion of beauty, affection, trust, patriotism, child abuse, etc. We, as human beings, do play a plethora of roles in our lives, and we often dive deep into our roles. The essence of each relation, emotion, and role is important. Being an extremely emotional child, I had always given priority to my emotions but failed to express them. Much later in life, I started expressing myself through poems. Each word written in this book has its own essence and importance. I believe to the core that emotions are the essence of one’s existence, and they are best expressed through words. Penning down my feelings through words was difficult, and was an emotional process. The words in this book reflect my hard work. They are an ode to my true feelings and real-life experiences. I hope you will like the poems and relate to them at some point of time.
“And when I die, Just leave a pen in my hand I want to tell the world How death tastes like…” ‘Reminiscences’, Geetika Bansal’s debut collection of poems, is a confessional compilation of all of life’s experiences with incessant cycles of misery, mystery and healing in it. Benevolently weaved, each quote takes you on a journey unknown.
The book which you have kept in your hands is the collection of literary compositions such as poems and stories. Whenever; we read any literary composition, specially in the case of poetry then it is compulsory for us to feel the each and every word of it, only then we will be able to understand the real beauty of it. We should not only read but should also try to make interaction with the author, it creates a different kind of experience and different kind of interest at the time of reading. The reading of composition can be done by anyone but very few are there who keep the capability of understanding the deep message of that composition and understanding the real purpose behind its content. It does not matter “What we are reading?” but on the other hand “How we are reading?”, it matters a lot
“How a female survives among the thousands of taboos of the male-dominant society.” “Love can’t only be for happiness, it can also be for satisfaction, for fulfilling needs, for quenching desires. Love sees no boundaries, has no boundaries.” “The circle of life is small. A human has to go through many turns to complete the circle. One must love his/her life.” “Gaining satisfaction and happiness by troubling the soul of another, is a crime no less heinous than any other. The darkness of depression, loneliness, left alone is darker than any night, any hole, any clouds.” Being A Girl – A collection of poems, has four different elements connected by a ‘She’ of this universe. It is a different way of looking at the world. From a ‘She,’ this is a book that traces the different phases of humans, love, and life.
How would you look at a game, if you are both the referee and the player, at the same time??
The author leaves in one such world, experiences it as a participant, yet analyses it as an onlooker.
The result is ‘Haashiye Par Se’ – a beautiful artistic compilation of words and phrases in the form of
66 Hindi Poems.
It presents various societal aspects and facts through an impressive mixture of ‘black & white’ and
the ‘colourful spectrum’.
The readers will connect to the poems – poems that are as modern as the old classical.
For the Hindi Sahitya Lovers, this book is a must-read. They would love to witness some
unconventional use of words and phrases to express the very conventional.
A grandiose journey of ‘Hindi Sahitya’ along with astonishing ideas and perception awaits you.
Don’t miss it.
The book is about life in philosophical spiritual and psychological ways. How it is when we observe own life standing out neutrally? This book is about such life. How is life looks like when person has nothing to hold still is alive happily? How they look up to life spiritual philosophical or psychological point of view, this book is about that. Every negative condition is turning human being into true art of great creation of universe. Living anyway and turning back to life from odds the way man see himself and life itself, the book is saying about those through common ordinary prose and poetry
Life of a college student separated by a thin layer of discomfort that shows up in the mid-way. Mark is seen getting held up in life once again after a catastrophic incident which shakes him to the core. His friends try to help him forget everything but it may take some time for him to adjust to the new problems that surface after ‘it’. Anveshaa is carrying out her father’s dream which she wants to fulfil no matter what. Even if it means leaving memories in the past so that she is free to focus on her future. Kiaan, a wildlife photographer tries to recollect the old memories of his childhood that he spent with his ‘guardian angel’. Sometimes things aren’t in our hands, so better accept whatever life serves us. Veronika is enjoying her sweet life when all of a sudden opportunities present, demanding the strongest and wisest version of her. She recalls her Dad and the way he brought her up with unconditional love and affection which made her strong enough to survive life on her own terms. Every character is important for the furtherance of this story, be it a cameo role or the main protagonist. Every character is of prime importance. ‘Even a small pinprick can cause enough damage to draw blood, so why not characters albeit playing small roles lead us to the main plot itself.’ Every character has a dream they want to fulfil. Either small or large, but will they be able to achieve them? “The Memories” will guide you through their experiences in life.
This treasury of poems is the outcome of the poet’s more than 25 years of teaching experience. It contains thought-provoking messages coming directly from the depths of the poet’s heart and also from real-life situations. The book is an ideal collection of poetry and quotes about love, laughter, pain, faith, honour, pride, patriotism, discipline, relations, friendship, morality, quest, sacrifice, self- analysis, empowerment, etc. The carefully chosen words and expressions would nurture the minds and souls of enthusiastic readers. There are 33 poems catering to the needs of students as well as grown-ups to lighten their moods and win their hearts forever.
It has been written with the purpose of instructing its readers on solving personal problems and bringing about a change for the better in the lives of the readers and the people around them. The writer’s core motive is to increase self-awareness and performance, and creating satisfaction in one’s life.
Dheer Kothari is a communications professional with over three decades of experience in journalism and public relations. The Telegraph newspaper was a perfect launching pad where he honed his editing skills. He got his major break in The Financial Express in 1995 as a Special Correspondent. He has to his credit several path-breaking business and marketing stories. A poet at heart, this is his maiden attempt at poetry. It is a collection of haiku and limericks. On the anvil is another book on journalism, which has life lessons for the millennial generation.
The present collection of Ghazals has revealed the culture of our social, political and judicial system and the pain beared by emotional citizen. These Ghazals cover a wide spectrum from religious epics to social and political anomalies of day-to-day life and have also depicted the expectations of people belonging to all categories of life.
MYSTIC MISTS is all about treading on a path of self-revealing journey wading through the daily struggles of life. She enticingly takes you around altruistic countryside, up the life stairs, into the night with chirping stars, acquaints you with talking solitude, soaks you in eternal spring of happiness, sets fervent rendezvous with your soul revealing hidden truths and unfolding the closed petals of the eternal flower of abundance within.
It is all about realizing the love that you are and how much you can give rather than you seek.
Well, it calls for –
“SEARCH WITHIN YOU. THE ANSWERS ARE WITHIN.”
The book, Kavi Ke Jajbat, written by Mr. Jitendra Parmar “GUJRATI”, is a romantic book with a tinge of motivational aspects related to love, disconnection, childhood, parental love, patriotism, and nature love. All these aspects have been highlighted and presented to the society.
“Prem Malang Ke Kisse”, this book is based on love poems written by me. In these poems I have blended reality with imagination and it contains the voices of union and bereavement.
The love irrespective of age, caste and creed has found place in these poems.
I have tried to catch the vibes of love floating in the air around me and moulded them into poems.
These love poems will present all the aspects of love before the readers and they will go through a journey of love right from the childhood to the old age. As for me, love is always special because it is the only thing that is the driving force of an individual’s life.
In my opinion, love is the only thing that remains after death.
Love that transcends from carnal desires to spirituality is quite rare these days. But in this rarity lies the greatest experience because now it creates a new universe for those two individuals as their profound love for each other starts emanating from their own self and creating an aura that has nothing except love
After reading this book the reader will feel a sense of waiting in the poems as they have been written under the influence of waiting that happens when one waits for love before the love itself happens in one’s life.
The world and the air it breathes, vaporized with zillions of emotions and feels, Have lot to say. Things once said, Left UN heard. Unknown devotions, Pertinent to be known. Power within, Important to hold, Sometimes to unfold. This is what, it is all about ‘Confessions’ of the things not known, and not a confession for the things already known- “Con-(un)-fessions”.
The Clock is Ticking is an insight of the life of the author who is suffering with anxiety and other mental illnesses. Granted a new perception of the world after a rough break-up in his teen life, the author has outlived the ideology and beliefs of a teenager. Every new page of this book is a anxious thought inside the author’s mind. Strangled between letting go and moving on, the author shares his sorrows and opinions through his mystical words. The author includes his questions about the world through poetry and wonders if anyone has answers to it.
The book presented “Zindagi Pukarti Hai” is a collection of poems. It shades light on a sence of conflicts with the current social and physical environment.
It introduces the readers with rapidly falling social values too, for which, the need for critical thinking is being felt by every conscious and enlightened citizen. Readers will enjoy reading the book and interview themselves in the light of these neglected but essential values. This is the author’s definitive opinion.
Tu yeh na dekh
Kitne mere armaan baaki hain
tu yeh dekh
kitni mere hauslon ki udaan baaki hai
jeet lunga har jung mukaddar se
aankhon me meri abhi toofan baaki hai
“I’ve silenced myself with words on paper.” ‘Breathings’ shares the untold earnest yearnings existing in the deepest folds of someone’s heart and mind. It conveys the hurricane of what a young heart can feel, a storm which rains over slowly and drenches you in emotions and thoughts, genre by genre. “Why chase dreams when you are meant to catch stars?”
Today the complete human race is recklessly approaching the new heights of achievements, curbing the innumerable expectations and relations very brutally. they resist, they beg, they hope that someday we will come back and will listen to their agony. But this never happens, we stand at such a distance from where it is almost impossible to look into anybody’s heart. My book ‘PIYUSH’ is a trial to depict the dying voice of very hearty expectations, delicate dreams, and never-ending relations.
” An attempt to Convey Some Real Life Experiences In Form of Hindi Poetries “
This book is a rare jugalbandi of a father and a daughter. It is a compilation of their poems depicting varied moods, emotions and genre- a creative fusion which would surely appeal to the discerning readers.