Authored By: Leena Rajan
Year of Publication: 2020
|Pages: 80||Binding: Paperback(PB)|
Category: Poetry, Fiction and Short Stories
|Price in Rs. 206.50||Price in (USA) $. 16.52|
In Blossoming Horizons Leena Rajan once again shows her prowess that her pen can create words that punctuate life’s many paths which leads one through innumerable ways to being a beautiful human.
In the poem “The Virtuous”, she describes the weaknesses of man and his power to subdue the crude.
In “Arrogance” she implies, that knowledge can dispel arrogance.
In “Mistakes”, she reminds us of our weaknesses and brings into reality that mistakes can be pillars of strength and success.
In this endeavour I wish her the very best.
Leena Rajan writes from her heart and myriad experiences of life and her ideology about the world.
In “Domestic Bliss” she so delicately describes how a husband must hold the wife’s hand and further details which hand to hold, its quite subtle.
I hope this book all the success as a writer should have.
Tariq Muhammad, Poet & Author, Raleigh, North Carolina, United States.
“Through her verses of light and melodies, poetess Leena Rajan interweaves both wisdom of life and sublime spirituality…”
Dr. George Onsy, Egypt.
Mrs. Leena Rajan, a graduate in Physics and Education and Post graduate in English and Education, is a poet, mostly concerned with mystic love, in constant communion with the Oversoul. Her knowledge of physics and other branches of Science, helps her to explore everything scientifically. Besides, she is a painting artist, a violinist and a singer.
She has authored 2 books, (1) O Kanna & (2) Krishnavatar- An Epic, on life story of Lord Krishna.
Her poems are included in eight International Anthologies, including Ganderbury Tales of Jernail S Anand.
She has received the "Master of Creative Impulse Award" at World Poetry Conference at Bathinda, Punjab, India. She is featured in, "Women of Essence" by Ade Caparas Manilah of Australia.
Born of late Er.K. Neelakantan, a pioneer Engineer of India and late Mrs. Kavu Neelakantan, in Ernakulam district of Kerala, Mrs. Leena Rajan, has a fervour for English literature and Mathematics from early childhood. She got admission to Govt. Engineering college. But fearing ragging, she had to quit that coveted course. After that what all things she does, seems to be both a compensation for the lost chance and a fulfillment of her soul's rejoicing.