In an industry full of writers from all across the genres penning down their debut mostly in English, Dinesh Gupta’s “Meri Aankhon Mein Mohabbat Ke Manjar Hain”, comes across as a different debut. It is a collection of poems and shayris in Hindi. He has managed to bring originality in his debut book.
Although the writer loves to write about the beauty of a lady and the love he hold for it, The book has two sides of love: love for the one he holds dear and love for the country. This Book is a pure Hindi Poetry Collection which contains Shayris, Poems, and Songs & Articles on mainly the topics: The essence of love, Dreams, Desires, India against corruption, Love for nation and, the evils prevailing in our society.
Also, the title of the book suggests and the description given at the back of the book, that it is about the beauty of a girl as seen through the eyes of the poet. A lot of effort has been put by his side while penning down these poems, in maintaining the flow of the poems and making you relive your love or the love you have lost. Some of the poems could easily have become songs for the beloved or to woo a girl.
He has also written articles on the topics close to his hear. In his own words, “The turmoil that he was going through inside and the turmoil that he saw outside made him to write about the tumultuous times our country is facing.”
Dinesh Gupta has managed to write for all generations. It can be enjoyed by a school-goer or an uncle out for a walk in the park. The book has poems and shayris for the opposite ends of the society. Not only the Hindi poetry lovers but for those you love to experiment with what they read. This universal factor of the book perhaps acts as its USP too.
Not only this but the book also contains articles on the subjects that are close to his heart and he has done full justice to the topics and wrote each syllable with his heart. In a time, when people are dying to enjoy English songs, movies, TV series, and what not, his book is a full of the requisite newness and ensures a revival of the fast declining Hindi language.