success–failure, love–hate, introspections–retrospection – Life is a
wonderful journey with its highs and lows.
there anything that you can’t express? A feeling, a thought, a passion, a
sentiment, an experience or a relationship? If so, this book will definitely connect
with your finer sentiments. Most of us fail to express ourselves on a personal
level. The depth of the feelings and intensity of these poems will leave you
wanting for more.
book, Mann ki Aarzoo
written and packed with romance and rejection will touch a chord in your heart.
The poet has penned down a plethora of feelings and experiences for you to read
to a Guajarati mother and an Assamese father(both AMC doctors), in Military
Hospital, Agra Cantonment, Uttar Pradesh, brought up in New Delhi, and married
to a Punjabi, Ranjeeta Nath Ghai has a rich cultural background. She is also an
alumni of ‘The Army Public School, Dhaula Kuan.’ Mann ki Aarzoois
Ranjeeta Nath’s debut attempt at publishing a few of her poems, which she has
been writing since 1985. An army BRAT (Born Raised and Transferred) and
an Army Officer’s wife, she has had the golden opportunity, denied to many, to
have covered the length and breadth of India, seeing it all, in its splendor.
Hardly has she ever lived in any state for more than a period of two years. She
gave up her promising career as a graphic designer and built a parallel career
as an educationist.
life has been enriched by her seven furry buddies, who with their unconditional
love have always been a de-stressing factor of her life, teaching her to value
and love all of His creations.
few of Ranjeeta’s poems – A
Promise, As You Walk Away From Me, Tumse Nahin Main Khud Se Kahafa Hun, Ashk – have
been published in the e-journal Research Inspiration.
has treated me good and God has been kind to me. Looking back today I feel no
regret as I have lived and celebrated each moment of my life with passion, on
my own terms and conditions.”