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Book Review: Myriad Manifestations of the Mind by Tanvi

Myriad means many. Manifestations deals with emotions and feelings of the author. Thus, the title is apt: Myriad Manifestations of the Mind. The author brings out the various facets of her emotions and feelings through this book. Though the book is written by a very young student named Tanvi, but by reading it looks as she is writing since ages. Undoubtedly, it is evident that she keenly and closely observes the world around her.

The book is divided into three sections: Poetry, Quotation, and Short story. The book traverses from one end to another and in between it seeks a gamut of emotions that a human mind can go on a wandering. Sometimes she writes about rain, her city, her brother who is far, but in most of the work ‘nature themes’ are prevalent. Through nature she expresses a lot.

The poetess posses a good amount of literary flair. The book is short and easy to read. It’s such a collection that you can use on social media for better profiling. This is a collection that falls beyond any set genre, if you enjoy life while being free and does not hamper your mind's vagabond tenacity; probably this book will set you back on your lines.

This is one rare book where you will be in dilemma to pick up the best work, because all seems absolutely riveting and beautiful. The collection has a contemporary timeline and it’s certain that the author has penned down her heart out. This is a good book but it will be good if she comes out with a novella on her life next time. Tanvi's flair for word usage is brilliant. She needs support from the reader communities, if done so, it is a sure shot thing that she will shine in the Indian literature arena. Overall, a lovely book for any day. But it’s advisable to read this book either on brumal nights or rainy days.

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