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Book Review: 'Kuch Lafz- Maa aapke liye'
Ankit Singh, the author of 'Kuch Lafz: Maa aapke liye,' is a pharmacy graduate by qualification and a writer. Ankit Singh seems to be talented in expressing his views but the poetry lacks the glimpse of literary experience. I would recommend the book to people who are interested in reading about what a sentimental kid feels for his parents. I would give 'three star' to the book.

Ankit Singh, the author of 'Kuch Lafz: Maa aapke liye,' is a pharmacy graduate by qualification and a writer by passion from a Jodhpur in Rajasthan. He loves to read and write, and it does get reflected in the poems he writes, creatively in our national language, Hindi. 

He has written on the emotional relation of a person with his mom & themed on the mom-son relation. This 32-page booklet consisting of 16 poems clearly depicts the relation of mom and son, where sentiments is the basic theme.

The cover and the first page of the book clear up that the book is solely based on the relationship of mom and son. Ankit Singh seem to be an author who writes about sentiments and emotional qualities. The book is written in simple Hindi conversational language, due to which the glimpse of literary experience can't be seen, though.

One of the most talked about and appreciated poem is ?Kabhi sochta hoon toh ashaant saa reh jata hoon Maa?, which depicts the sentiments of a kid and his responsibilities for his parents, told in a simple and poetic way.

He manages to express his sentiments he feels for his parents and ending lines are very encouraging ? Kuch aisa karoon jo ki unn ke sneha ke muqable unn ke charno ki dhool toh ho. He makes it heart touching.

I would have liked it more if the cover revealed more about what was inside the book but nonetheless, Ankit Singh seems to be talented in expressing his views. I would recommend the book to people who are interested in reading about what a sentimental kid feels for his parents. 

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