Kaavish

by Uddesh Kumar
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Kaavish is a collection of hindi poems and gazal. Inside this book, the author has sketched poetries which are widely related to contemporary times. Either going far away from home , painful breakups or expressing sympathy with the Syrian kids. Kaavish is an effort to look closely through different paradigm . About the author Uddesh Kumar is a student of journalism currently pursuing his degree in MIC, Karnataka. Born and brought up in Bihar, Hindi has been an integral part of his life. Kaavish is his debut book, started at the age of 18. It took almost two and a half year to publish it in the present form. Throughout this period he has also written articles for online news portals. He has also been associated with the Literary Society of the University and represented his college in many annual fests.

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