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Kaagaz ke Mahal  by Ravi Kumar
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✍️Review:The best part of the book is that it is transliterated in English as well. Out of several poems, I loved sifar, kagaz ka mahal which is core of the book, kissa , kahaani and many more.

Later, there is a slice of two liners – Guftagoo which is occupied with rare emotions inscribed in a lucid way. Though I felt that this part could have been a small book by itself, I relished reading this as an addition.

I loved how these poems formed an essence that made me feel light and poised. The titles are kept unassuming but made a lot of sense with his content using the right use of allegory and metaphors.

Ravi has made sure that the poems are voiced in very modest language but also made sure that it is purely thought-provoking.

Of course, the inner workings are completely different, but each fuels the question: Have we been here before? The personal and public intertwine in a gorgeous blur.

These sharp poems invite contemplation about how you feel about love and it’s all an utter delight.

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November 22, 2019 – Shelved
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