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The Canvas of Time

Author Name: Naphirisa Kordor Tariang | Format: Paperback | Genre : Literature & Fiction | Other Details

Naisa, whose life straddles between the twentieth and the twenty-first century, is always piqued by curiosity, as life keeps on springing new changes over time. A growing-up saga of a girl which sweeps you through the trail of time from Shillong to Calcutta and then to China, only to have you blown away by the futuristic winds of change. The internal and the external world try to keep pace with each other as life goes on at a blistering speed; just to thrust the greatest realization of her life on her when the world abruptly comes to a grinding halt. Buckle up and take a ride through the canvas of time as you get to experience the best of both worlds!

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Naphirisa Kordor Tariang

Naphirisa Kordor Tariang has delved into the literary terrain more by accident than design. Having been sensitive to the social environment around her right from when she was young, has led her mind to probe deeper into things that beg description. She has always harboured an unwavering desire to rekindle the lost spark within every child, for she strongly believes that every child's heart throbs passionately for a dream. With an eye on a future that embraces the uniqueness of every individual, she has channeled her deep thoughts and visions into her writing. She had also written two books of poetry, The Vision Dancing in My Mind’s Eye, published at the age of eighteen, and The Engaging Allure of Meghalaya. Her debut novel entitled, The North Star, strikes a chord with many young people who are navigating through the maze of life driven by their unwavering desire to find themselves. Her deep love for her homeland and culture have always echoed through the pages of her books.