[Book Review] Ghazals: A Collection of Ghazals in English by Shankar N Kashyap
The word Ghazal conjures up images of swirling dervishes and incense and deep trans states. Ghazals were spread across the land by the Sufi mystics. This is an attempt to construct Ghazals in a format as close to traditional Persian verses as possible, within the constraints of the English language. This is a book not only for…
[Book Review] Dark Holds the World by Pradnya Kulkarni
This book of horror poetry is brought to you by Literoma. The book contains 20 horror poems. Title ‘Dark Holds The World’ itself indicates that there exists a life in the dark which is unearthly. The book will make you visualize this world. Also it will make the noisiness of the dark nights audible. Scary…
[Book Review] Eye of Mind by Pradnya Kulkarni
This book contains poems that are very inspirational, energetic & full of positivity. Also, some poems are about the beauty of nature and relations. The language used is simple and easy to understand. The name of the book itself indicates that you can visualize the words with the eye of your mind.
[Blogchatter EBook Review] It Must’ve Been Love by Mayura Amarkant
The lyrical quality of her poetry gave adequate expression to the intense emotions of love, longing, and heartbreak in Keshav and Meera’s story. Each emotion is teased apart in the most beautiful manner causing the reader to feel them all the more deeply.
[Book Review] Paradise at my Shore by Sarmistha Mukherjee
Paradise at my Shore is a book for lazy afternoons or quiet evenings. It is a book for reflection and contemplation. It is a book that takes you on a wondrous journey through the author’s mind wherein she shares her innermost thoughts with you.