Anubhuti is Manaswini's first Marathi poetry collection with over 120 poems on a variety of topics from everyday life. These are neatly categorised into various sections such as: nirikshan (observations), bhavana (feelings), sadyasthiti (reality), bodh (understanding), chetaavani (warning), vidamban (caricature) etc. Each poetry is an experience which will relate to your own experiences: some catering the mind, some your heart, sometimes both! Some poems are witty, some are just narratives, some technically more sound with play on words - these poems will make a lasting impression deep down on your soul. They all demonstrate Manaswini's prowess over Marathi language and have a heart-felt message. As you read on you will understand the heart of Manswini: the way she feels, what she learnt from life and her perceptions of what's right and wrong. The style of presentation is quite unconventional and direct. Manaswini sometimes questions herself pondering over why? what if? Or at times, she just put forth her observations leaving you, the reader, to decide your way! Manaswini is quite a chatty person and tells you stories from her society, from the past and present that stir your emotions making you wonder which way is the world going? The range of poems is simply enormous: topics from probing what happens in a teenage girl's mind, to a growing boy asking mummy questions, betrayals from loved ones, useless social debates, about rich and the poor, 'politics ' of life exposing the 'real' people behind masks. Manaswini is environmentally conscious – she sometimes talks about conservation and sometimes laments how depleting resources deplete the human mind. Anubhuti collection of poems are Manswini's life experiences presented in different situations, different moods in entertaining styles from light-hearted laughter poems, satire to serious introspection. Every reader is guaranteed to find at least a couple of poems which will stay close to their heart forever!
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In a world of ever-changing meaning of words and evolving points of view, adapting to new environments and facing new challenges everyday, has become a norm for survival! This leaves us questioning the society and coming up with radical / novel ideas to tackle problems. The true self in us often wonders: what is right / wrong, what's the price of change and whether it's worth it? In an attempt of self liberation, Manaswini writes her heart out and forces us to re-think concept of god and the super-natural, of fate and luck, the need to give up blind beliefs and to accept social responsibilities – all in her lucid slick style that will keep you reading poem after poem. We all have a few humbling experiences in life, where our human limitations become apparent and these are really well articulated in a subtle but effective way. You will need to read the book paying attention to each poem, to savour true emotions from a diverse range of subjects. Reading these poems and reflecting on them is the 'Anubhuti' - a mental process which seems to say: Live with Manaswini, look through her eyes at the world around you and Grow with Manaswini!