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Author Name: Bhavesh Jain | Format: Paperback | Genre : Poetry | Other Details

The author considers this book as a bridge between his thoughts and the readers.

The poems here are purely the rhymes of his thoughts and feelings.

As he is a debut writer, it is written in a very simple manner in Hindi with the intention to reach out to more audience and make them feel the joy of feelings about dedication, work, parents, friends, love, relations, time and opportunities. He wants to motivate folks to explore and gain something much more important and immortal than money i.e. experience and learning from life for a better tomorrow.

Here the relation between each word and the poem is as significant as water in the ocean and you may call these writings as his journey from someone who wouldn’t read books to an amateur writer.

It is written to encourage people to do new things and have new insights so that we can make a difference between our past and the future. Even if one person gets motivated through my expressions, then the mission of publishing this book is achieved.

Go ahead and feel these insights through poems, you might just happen to receive a jewel of perspective to treasure for life.

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Bhavesh Jain

Bhavesh Jain, a typical twenty-four-year-old Mumbaikar passionately serves his family business of Diamonds and Gemstones after having pursued his F-MBA from NMIMS, Mumbai. His enthusiastic and ever-ready to learn attitude and eagerness t explore places have evolved him from a shy boy to the charmer of the mob. His own personal journey stuffed with umpteen unusual experiences, both hysterical and shattering for his age, has provoked his calling of putting in writing some virtues or simply put some wisdom which strikes our innermost cords.

As the wise have said, “only if the youth knew and old could”.

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