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Dew Drops Collection of Poems

Author Name: Sadar Kaintura | Format: Paperback | Genre : Poetry | Other Details

Dew Drops is a collection of poems written on different themes, each with a specific aim. The major focus is laid on the values that are direly needed for the present-day world. Several animals, plants, insects, material objects in our daily life, as well as human feelings and personal experiences have been portrayed with their individual values and the lessons that human beings can learn from them. Some prevailing social evils have also been targeted so that the people may know their consequences. The efforts have been incorporated to guide the young generation to know how to scale the ladder of success in this vast, competitive world. These poems are like the dew drops falling from the lofty heaven, which will beautify the world as a whole. The author has embedded subtle and hidden messages in each poem that he hopes the readers will try to find out as they go through the book.

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Sadar Kaintura

Sadar Kaintura was born on 4th January 1967, in a village called Houdu Lostu, in Tehri Garhwal, Uttarakhand to Mr. Narayan Singh and Mrs. Bardei Devi. He has been teaching English in Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalayas for over two decades and is presently posted as PGT English in JNV Pipalkoti, Chamoli, Uttarakhand. He has authored a poetry collection titled Grace of Solitude and a grammar book titled Clear Confusion in English Words. His poems have been published in The Progressive Teacher, a bi-monthly resource magazine. He had received a gold medal for education in 1996 from The Directorate of Higher Education, the Government of Uttar Pradesh and the National Award twice (2003 and 2016) from Navodaya Vidyalaya Samiti (an autonomous organization under the Ministry of HRD, Government of India) for academic excellence. He had also visited Japan for ten days under the Kizuna Bond Project in 2011. He loves his teaching profession and believes that the destiny of a person can be changed by changing their mental attitude.