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Samanvay is about people like you and I.
Samanvay is an expression of common man, who tries to find harmony within.
Samanvay is in all of us.
You would find poems and 2 plays of different tastes. There is an attempt to capture different moods from our lives. Hope to see you enjoy and relate it with your life, experience and imagination.
This is my second review for the book. More I read more I like it...
But I feel that the author should have included more number of plays at the end.
Talking about the plays, the first one is out of this world.
I really like the concept. Keep up the good work.
I think this is a must read..
dont knw mch hindi bt still likd ur work! i understand urdu nd i appreciate ur major use of d language. nd ur pen name is nice. quite like Ibrahim Ashk!
This is a must read...
VERY NICELY WRITTEN WITH SO MUCH DEPTH.
I congratulate the poet for coming out with this great book, looking forward to more such orignal work from the author.
"Kisi ki majboori par yun hansaa naa kar Bawa; ghar ki izzat ko tawaaif bante der nahi lagti".... I was wondering while reading Samanvay that with what precision this young poet has put in his frustration towards the growing callousness of the society...His apparent graceful suggestion through the couplet is actually a hitting mimicry of our modern society..... (Bawa is the last name of the poet)....
A must read for all the connoisseurs of literature ( be it Hindi or Urdu); and a very good read for the commoners too... Deep thinking, choicest use of words, precision in expression of thoughts, and adept use of language... I found all these qualities in abundance in Ashq's creations....
Pangs of pain and horizons of hope... both grab equal space in Ashq's writings..
This balance is important...... and Ashq has been successful in maintaining this balance throughout....
I loved the way Ashq expresses his wishful desire in Chahat: "Deewaron chhaton se ghar banta nahi hai; apne ghar mein Maa jaisi shafaa chaahtaa hoon....."
Good job... I say this not from a critic's angle ; but from a common reader's heart....