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Driving by the Woods Echoes of Life

Author Name: Muktanjali Arya | Format: Paperback | Genre : Poetry | Other Details

Books are magic. They tempt you to step into an unknown or known world and start living other’s lives vicariously. But here I am presenting a known world. Close your eyes and get that Déjà vu feeling that this has happened before. 

Live those sunshine, mostly happy rarely sad moments again. Immerse into the colors of life from childhood to adolescence, then adulthood to aging. Let’s buckle up and go on this emotional drive together. Your life moments will flash past you with memories of mom, dad, sisters, brothers, friends, nieces and nephews. Experience those birthdays and anniversaries again. This ride will zip past your childhood, growing up, falling in love, birth of your first child, bringing them up, empty nest and aging. Not to be forgotten, Covid time, which brought our world to a standstill. But we humans have a great capacity and we arose from the ashes like Phoenix.

Emotions have a universal language and understood by one and all. These feelings, especially the intense ones, get an expression in our mother tongue. So, you will find Hindi language words at few places.

Fasten your seat belts and let me take you along on this ride or as they say in Punjab, let’s go on a gedi.

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Muktanjali Arya

Muktanjali Goel Arya, doctor by profession, is a Microbiologist and Infection control specialist with almost three decades of clinical experience. Writing came naturally to her…from writing diary to penning emotions in poetic form. Emotions is a universal language and understood by one and all. Whoever reads her poems, feels a strong connection and memories come rushing back. Besides that, reading is her passion and she enjoys travelling. And she is a yoga enthusiast, pursuing it for more than two decades, which she started when she was teaching in a medical college and her children were really small. She likes to encourage others into taking up yoga. She likes to pick new hobbies from time to time. She was born, brought up and educated from Lady Hardinge Medical College & University College of Medical Sciences in Delhi and now resides in Ludhiana, Punjab. Born to educated parents in a family with two sisters and brother, she values relationships and most of her writings are on the same. Being married into a big family, relationships became even more important for her.