Abhivardhan: A Bilingual Poet

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Abhivardhan: A Bilingual Poet

Tell us something about yourself and when did you first realize you want to be a writer?

I am an 18-year old law student, a poet, a YouTuber having a channel ‘The Destined Eyes and an enthusiast of music, Jurisprudence, physics and art.

I realized to just write poems in early 2013 in both the languages, English and Hindi.  My aim was not to become a poet, but just a thought of relishing concern to go on with poetry.

AbhivardhanTell us about your book.

My books, ‘Abhivardhan… Mann Ka’ in Hindi, ‘Astitva Is Samaj’ Ka in Hindi and Across the Destiny in English are the collections of poems in respective languages. All of them embark upon the innumerable dimensions and tastes of life, history and the world. All what I thought and tried to express with a taste of irresistible happiness and concerns is what my books try to speak.

What made you write on this topic?

Being the collections of poems, it is generally a bunch of different and varying thoughts. So it’s just expressible from what the topics say.

Abhivardhan… Mann Ka means the evolution of mind. My book tries to advocate this.

Astitva Is Samaj Ka means the existence of a society for instance. My book tries to reflect that.

Across the Destiny is the beautiful orchestra of the Indian history with a taste from the miscellaneous aspects of life and reality.

Where do you get the information and material for your books?

It is just what I think and try to express. There is no retrospective information and material for the books

Name one thing you learned while writing your books.

The world, life, history and mind is infinite. It cannot be ever stored in a container of narrow ideas.

Do you have any suggestions for me to become a better writer?

A writer must be connected with the people via his ideas. His ideas must reflect the soul of the thoughts of the society. Otherwise he is on a right way. To know what the society wants is not necessary and sufficient, but to know what the society believes to incline matters, which must be dealt with diligence.

After this, are there any plans for your next book. If yes, then on what topic will it be?”

I may write a new book. But it will be appropriate not to tell about it as per my concerns. It may revolve again with the aspects of our life.



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