Uske Mehfil Ke Baad...

by Anubhav Gaurav

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About the book

The book is a collection of verses (shayaris), written in English as well as in Devnagiri script, unrelated to each other but holding experiences of beautiful yet diverse human emotions. It consists of couplets depicting love, separation, beauty, agony, resilience etc. The essence of each verse has been extracted from the lessons of life. It is the journey of a man (the author), been in love and out of love in his phases of life.

About the author

The author is a banker by profession and a writer by passion. A great admirer of urdu poetry and poets. Writing comes naturally to him and the book, “Uske Mehfil ke Baad…” is his first attempt to publish his work. Poetry, according to him is an acquired taste which may not be appealing to all but at the same time as Indians, we all have ears for Shayaris.


This book is currently available for pre-orders in both formats. The shipping will begin from 5th October 2020, when the book releases.



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