A collection of intricate poetry and a manifesto of every kind of love. Megha Sarovara, meaning "A lake of misty clouds" in ancient Sanskrit, is a book crafted as an ode to the beauty of the human heart. It is the condensation of thoughts, emotions and a web spun from an unbridled imagination and heart. It is the shaping up of all virtues and love into words that are beyond picturesque. Written solely for the love of poetry and life itself, Megha Sarovara is a book idolizing life, learning, Nirvana and everything beyond the everyday life. From heartbeats to cosmic waves and the laws of the universe, the book sums up love and learning in its true, unleashed and unadulterated form. It encompasses in it secrets and a multitude of understandings with a dash of delightful confusion. Read on to transport yourself from fluttering romance to thunderous awakening. A certain promise stands that it is beyond cliches and even if there do happen to be a few, you'll look right past it. It is a worship of the undying art of poetry. It speaks of life and attainment of wisdom through pain and how to turn it into an unstoppable power. It is a book of wishful thinking and a storehouse to anecdotal poetry that stirs the heart. it is a colorful canvas of words that spill an arrayed hue of emotions, thoughts and precious intentions for the world to behold. Ruchira Krishna traces the dots from experiencing and understanding the everyday manifestations of love right up to its philosophies, its ancient power and the discovery of everything beautiful in its pursuit. Whether you're at a cafe, or just staying the night in on winter, craving some hot chocolate and ethereal words, or maybe you want to soul search, or just read lines teasingly romantic but soul-soothing, her book promises to be a the perfect friend through all circumstances. you wont regret the tour of your heart and the universe this book has to simultaneously offer through the eyes of poetry and oriental cosmic thoughts.
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