KALEIDOSCOPE: THE CHANGING COLORS OF LOVE by Rachna Gupta


Name of the Book : KALEIDOSCOPE: THE CHANGING COLORS OF

LOVE

Author: Rachna Gupta

Read some reviews:

1. Kritika Narula

2. Anand

3. Tamanna Naik

The Story:

“Every beating heart will confess that once, at least once in their lifetime they were in

love.”

The collection of poems in this book talks about an emotion so strong that it has the potential to

create and destroy! Love in all its capacity has that aura around it; it needs to be felt and when it resides

in your soul you find it giving rise to feelings never experienced before. There is passion and tenderness

when being together, estrangement and pain when two souls are apart and then there is joy and relief

when bound together again. The 37 poems in this book talk about this amazing feeling as seen through

my eyes and felt in my heart!

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About The Author 



Rachna Gupta 


If poetry to you means a quest of meditative solace in the realms of nature’s beauty then,

inscriptions by Rachna Gupta is your gateway to a mystic appreciation of emotions and individuality.<br

Being brought up in the picturesque city of Siliguri – a little haven cozily tucked at the foothills of

the Eastern Himalayas; seeking inspiration from nature came spontaneously to Rachna. Blessed with a

childhood that’s reminiscent of untouched rural bliss, she would often sit under a mango tree writing in

her diary with the wind rustling her hair and whispering sweet nothings in her ears. It is no surprise that

her writings depict intense reverence to the power of nature; a divine unifying spirit that runs through

everything she pens on paper.

An avid reader and traveler; Rachna breathes a nomad’s soul which loves meeting people,

understanding new cultures and absorbing the vibrancy in aesthetics that various geographies have to

offer. She is also fond of music and cooking. Rachna has spent the last few years writing a variety of

articles for Buzzle.com and InfoJug.com. Her poems and short stories can be found on Writing.com and

her page on Facebook. Since 2013 her work has begun inviting recognition on well-regarded websites

like, Fablery and Wordweavers.com. She has published two of her poems in the December 2013 issue of

‘Taj Mahal Review’.

In a novel initiative beginning July 2014, Rachna brought to life her dream of sharing book

reviews and personal rendezvous with authors to her readers through her blog. The blog so far has

reviews of books written by acclaimed authors such as Paulo Coelho, Khalid Hosseini and Gulzar to name

a few. It also invites Guest posts by other authors to add to the novelty of its offerings.

Rachna’s penchant also lies in teaching English language to primary children and draws

inspiration in them by inculcating values of literature in budding years. Despite everything that keeps

her busy throughout the day, she religiously makes notes about little things that capture her attention.

At the end of day when the rest of the world sleeps, these notes are transformed into poems and stories

for the world to read!

A doting mother to her son, Rachna now lives in Pune with her husband and son.

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