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Learnings From Life

Subtitle: Poems

Authored By: Indrajit Rai

Publisher:  Authorspress

ISBN-13: 9789386722447

Year of Publication: 2017

Pages: 154

                                       Binding: Paperback(PB)

Category:  Poetry, Fiction and Short Stories

Price in Rs. 206.50

                             Price in (USA) $. 29.95

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Book Description

Book Contents


About the Book


Learnings from Life is a collection of poems recorded by the poet during his encounters with many unethical needs of life that drives human to untoward deedsand finally breeds pain and bane. Through his poetic effort, the poet tries to give a wake-up call to all to realise the dearth that all are creating on earth, worth that all are losing for trivial mirth and the dreadful day that seems near if all doesn't unite and fight against immoral sway. The poems are focussed on weathering of moral values from society which is plundering both humanly treasure and national integrity, assaulting of the creating clan by her own creations, mindless shrinking of green screen, expression of the heart in presence of alluring grace, spirituality and motivation. As a tribute to the Goddess of Learning, the poet has made every effort to enrich his poems with lessons for all.


About the Author


Indrajit Rai, a warrior by profession and a poet by passion; is striving to thrive as a renowned name in the world of words and rhymes. He keeps exploring his potentials, exhibit the positive ones and irrigate the weak ones. In eighteen years of his military life, his quest has always been to reach every extreme of India but has reached many more extremes of a different world where voiceless screams of pain and giggles of betrayal constitute the din, where stream of selfishness quenches the thirst of human and robs humanity of its sheen-the reality of this illusive realm. Wandering in this world, he has learnt many lessons from his life and life all around which he records for self and wishes to spread to all as a poetic lore. Few poetic fruits of such learning have succeeded to place his trace in many national and international anthologies.