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Kagaz Ki Talash is a poetic narration that questions survival and existence. Sometimes, it illustrates the internal conflicts of the social system and makes a satire on political arrangements. Sometimes, it tries to organize broken humanity and raise the voice of marginalized beings.
It hopes for vivid dreams and lives in the unfriendly social context. Reading these poems will take one on an introspective journey of finding oneself.
Day-to-day struggles of life and engagements in choices between the city and village have complicated the life of the ordinary man. He is confused about what to choose and whom to listen. He is failing to adjust between old and new, everywhere seems disheartening; only his hope has kept him afloat and engaged.