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This book is not what you think it is. In fact, it is an illusion of what you think it is.
The first part of the book is completely based on a classic Hindi idiom which is called “Teen Paanch Karna” which means how people talk cleverly in their day to day life. Do you remember the way we use to steal food in our mother’s absence?, the way we use to throw away the remaining milk into the washbasin? And as we grew older and started going to school, this idiom stayed with us. The excuses are given to the teacher when we used to arrive late after the games period. It was nothing but the literal meaning of “Teen Paanch Karna”. The last practical of this idiom or the decade was falling in love, and after that, it then just became a life lesson. So, the first part of this book is nothing but a set of poems based on real-life experience from “Teen Paanch karna”.
Whereas, the second part of this book is silence. It is almost similar to the times, when you go underwater for a fraction of second or when you pause for a second to listen to your heartbeat or when after a long and tiring day of walking, you just want to stop for a minute and feel the rush of going nowhere and exactly at that moment, it gives you an immense sense of relief, now that's the kind of silence I'm talking here. If you have not experienced even a bit of relief in any of these moments, then I request you to read the second part of the book which is titled as “Shunya” meaning it will require your utmost attention.
Both the parts, “Teen Paanch” and “Shunya” makes this book as “350 c.c".