“God’s sorrow is a true form journey of life to human to know the truth of life , the purpose of which is only to establish humanity in Nature.This book will provide true form and true direction to human life.Though this book , a human will know the real purpose of their life and he will work in the right direction in order to make it successfull.”
I was born on September 3, 1981 in a middle-class family in a small village of Haridwar district of Uttrakhand state. my educational qualification is MBA which I passed from 1st devision in 2010 and I am an ordinary person in current life. my father was a government employee who died in 2011 as a road accident. after his death , I started write this book in august 2011 and completed it in February 2012.Now after almost 7 years , in 2019 , I am publishing this book publicly for the salvation of mankind only and only for the world.
In this book the author has revealed his thoughts and imaginations through ghazals which travel from infinite sky to depth of the ocean. The author has tried to touch the invisible aspects of life, nature and mysteries to which a human being can experience his extended vision and horizon. A thought is limitless unless it doesn’t flow in a fixed and narrow direction. The author has put his heart and mind in a Symphony to bring forward his innermost intuition and give a mystic message to the world. The main attraction of the book is to weave the words in human threads and compose the verses. Nature echoes the earth, the earth echoes the universe, but the human being is always away from the mystic power of nature and hardly experiences it. The poet has tried his level best to meet the internal and mystic world through the simple verses of ghazals.
Zara Sochiye – One of the inspiring book. Book was written by Krishna Kumar. He talks about his early life, efforts, hardship, luck and chance. How should and ordinary man develop his mind? He is sharing his experiences with the experiences of world thinkers, scholars, scientists, friends etc. In this book, an ordinary man’s experience is shared with the same respect with the experience of thinkers of the world.