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Partridge Publishing, Oct 14, 2014 - Poetry - 192 pages
Rhythms is a set of poems from a young poet, Sagar Waingankar. These poems are open for all age groups as they narrate & elaborate ideas, perspective, state of mind of a growing kid. Author here tries to express day-to-day experiences, his mindset; tender & emotion based way of looking at world around. His writings helped him to maintain his theory of factual realization that comes through circumstances & conditions, life brings to us. This is a fascinating art form which helped author to keep his emotions, feelings and thoughts alive, since he became aware about growth and knowledge around. These are natural & pure thoughts of an individual whos trying to keep things simple for him. Thought about every emotion he felt for any figure around him & illustrated the gesture to synchronize with his patterns, to make them feel simple. These writings involve romance, nature, peace, value of oneness, feelings, thoughts, state of mind, light, celestial bonding and much more, an individual can feel in and around him. Its a journey, he believed that made him realize his challenges and thrills experienced in past & present which develops a hope for future. Hope you enjoy this free flow! Random thoughts and knowledge come along as you fly!

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Sagar S. Waingankar (1989) Born and brought up in Dombivli (a city in the Thane district of Maharashtra, India). A person just like you, with certain gifts, currently working with an autonomous body under the Ministry of Labour, government of India (ESIC). Academically, an undergraduate of science with chemistry as key subject for specialization, yet searching reasons for completing his degree. Curious about different behaviors around and questions the world around him, which has made him high since childhood, illustrated now through poems. He wishes, he writes, and never dares to care about the place or surroundings or topics! One world, one religion, one love, he believes!

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