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Letters To Some-One Not just words, but lives written

Author Name: Kartik Gupta | Format: Paperback | Genre : Letters & Essays | Other Details
"Letters" are one of an ancient means of communication the world has known. In this modern world, writing a letter to someone and expressing your thoughts, views and feelings has become a distant reality! However, we all know that there is always a part that we never speak and is hidden somewhere in the corners of our heart urging to be known to that "Special Someone". To let the world know what is it that our heart holds within and to give a sneak peak of what it feels to witness something from one's end, it is absolutely essential to pen down those feelings and lay them bare infront of the world. Letters To SomeOne is an attempt to give that part a voice of its own, to let that "feeling" finally reach the destination it was always meant for. Various writers across the different geographical locations showed the courage to open their hearts with you as readers and the entire world confiding in you that maybe, one fine day, the feeling is understood by you and the letters they have written ultimately serve the purpose for what they were meant for!!
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Kartik Gupta

Kartik & Manya are both Engineering students by profession. They are into photography and are artists as well. They both are passionate writers who love to pen down their emotions on a piece of paper rather than typing them on the phone. Kartik is the Founder of “The World Of Hidden Thoughts” and Manya is the Acting Founder. They are both fonds of interacting with people and enjoy getting to know their emotions and facets. They both wish to remove the misery and sadness from this world and they believe that by providing everyone with this platform, they can facilitate the release of their true emotions and express them freely. Kartik loves to write about women empowerment, love letters, break-ups and society whereas Manya pens down on eccentric love and all angles of it beautifully.