Emotions are a
part of our life & associated with the feelings at every stage of life. So come
take a dip into this world of emotions, feel the surge of love’s currents take over your heart. Let
the bittersweet nostalgia of childhood memories envelope you. Take a step back
and enjoy the little things in life - all through the poems in Oas Ki Boondein.
these simple poems, you can explore the poetess' own raw emotions through life
as an ordinary woman, as well as the deeper questions in life that we often
overlook in the hustle and bustle of our daily routines. Flip the pages of this
book which has something to offer to everyone, from questioning the trap of time
to living in the moment and accepting fate. Metaphorically brings
out these emotions in a very refreshing
is a bilingual book transliterated in English for those Hindi lovers too, who
cannot read Devnaagri.)
Sapna grew up in the small town of Ujjain around a community that she gives major credit to for her helpful and kind nature. While she spent her days studying, her evenings were spent in regular trips to Mahakal Mandirwhere she is still fondly remembered by Hindu priests of the area for her devout spiritualism. Later, her house would buzz with laughter and chatter as not a day went by without friendly neighbors and friends, who were treated like family.
Succumbing to her urge to explore new horizons, Sapna left Ujjain to pursue Management studies in Goa, a move which was rather rare for young girls from her town. To this day she has explored professions that make her career a plethora of various experiences. Sapna has done everything from being a professor, social worker, dancer and choreographer to planning events, teaching cooking, being a professional tarot-card reader and now an author. While her career paths reflect her splendid range of hobbies, her love for gardening is evident in the backyard of her home in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, where she currently resides with her family.
After having lived in Ujjain, Goa, Mumbai, Puducherry, Australia, Pune and now Malaysia - Sapna attributes her strong sense of emotions to having made friends with people from various places who are from different ethnicities and age groups. This book is just a small piece of her raw, heartfelt emotions and experiences which she believes have shaped her to be who she is today.