‘Kaleidoscope’ enhances the beauty of varied experiences one goes through life. It depicts the colours of life in short stories, emphasising on the silver lining in each story, inculcating gratitude in a subtle yet sincere way .The value and beauty of a kaleidoscope lies in its broken pieces which amalgamate to form a symmetry, symbolising that even though scarred and bruised, when put together as a whole one is perceived to be strong and the experiences that break ones well being are the ones that shape them into the being who they are today. These stories signify that change is the only constant and helps adapting become an easy task. When a kaleidoscope is shaken it loses its form but again settles down into yet another rare and fascinating pattern. Similarly, every phase of one’s life requires a different version of oneself, which is achieved by distressing, jolting experiences, only to create a more delightful and evolved version of oneself.
"Dhara Parmar is an English Literature graduate from St.Xaviers College, Ahmedabad and Educator of English linguistics at present. She always connected her passion to writing since the threshold of her literary career .Writing short poems, short stories; inspiring quotes had kept her collection growing since she was a teenager. Apart from her current work Kaleidoscope she has written a short book on character sketches of her friends with pseudonyms in the name of 'Friends Forever' for private circulation. The second work named 'Rainbow' is a version of contemporary short stories that revolve around human emotions and how gallant and heroic one can be even after the ebb and flow that life showers on a human being.She has invariably believed in fortitude that each one of us possess and celebrates this element in all her works including 'Kaleidoscope'."