is true faith? Can true faith challenge the social fabric to enunciate the
highest sentiments from an individual’s heart? Do we always understand faith
from the perspective of a preacher? How far will you go to answer the questions
that resonate from within?
Chhokar always knew of and made offerings to Krishna, a Hindu deity worshipped
in India, from the substantial perspective of superiors in the family and
society. It was only a decade ago when she began to fathom Krishna through the
yearning eyes of Meera, a 16th century Hindu poet and devotee of
Krishna, that she was able to unearth the vast potential of understanding faith
from deep within.
book is a revelation about the soul, heart and vigor of the author’s extreme
devotion to Lord Krishna. She questions Krishna’s elongated silence to
acknowledge her admiration through her heart-rending poetry. This book is
rooted in the author’s understanding of faith where her heart has played both
teacher and guide.
is an impassioned writer of devotional poetry and songs, capturing the innocent
youth of Lord Krishna. Jyotsna is also a social activist and national
coordinator with Pratima Raksha Samman Samiti, a NGO that pays tribute to the
valiant freedom fighters of India. She is also associated with Inner Wheel
Mid-Town, an international organization that works exclusively to extend help
to underprivileged and handicapped children. Jyotsna’s sincere expression of
devotion to the Lord, through both singing and writing, has encouraged her to
share her profound thoughts through her first book Rangrez Mere, which is a detailed expression of her continued
reverence of Lord Krishna through her revitalizing quotes.