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Celestial Descent : Book Review.

Title: Celestial Descent.
Author: Kiran Sandhu
Genre: Poetry
Language: English
Pages: 147
Format: Ebook and Paperback both
Publisher: Notionpress
Availability: Amazon, Flipkart India and International.

About the author:

Kiran Sandhu, with a Masters in Development and Planning from University College London and a PhD in Urban and Environmental Planning from Griffith University, Australia is currently based in Holy city Amritsar. This is her first literary publication.

About the book:The book is a collection of 27 soulful poetries added with illustrations, further categorized into 4 sections ‘Divine Encounters’, ‘Nature’s Musings’, ‘Revered Touch’ and ‘The oneness’ that embark you on the divine journey and unravel the musings of a human soul.

So basically it’s a way to find out the real and deep meaning of life, observing nature and get a spiritual feel.

Read more book reviews: https://kaurstylefile.wordpress.com/2020/06/27/book-review-the-corner-cradle-by-supriya-shukla/

Review:

Last month while scrolling Instagram I came across this book and instantly decided to give it a read. (EBook)Each and every poem is intriguing enough to not let you keep down this book until you finish. However the poems are 3-4 pages long. The beautiful illustrations help you connect with the soulful words.

The book takes you away from negativity and soothes your mind and soul. Written down in an easy yet enlightening way. One can resonate with the imagination of the poetess as we all yearn for some solace and are in quest to find the truth of universe in this materialistic world.

The book talks about the divine encounter, messages of universe, quest of every individual, nature’s musings, understanding the own self and much more.

As I have written above the book is categorized in four sections:

Divine Encounters : The first section is about authors imagination about the encounters with great Avatars like Lord Buddha, Shri Guru Nanak, Lord Krishna, Lord Jesus who bestow their enlightenment upon her.

Nature’s Musings: In this section through every element of Nature like sun, ocean, sky etc. the poetess emphasises on the importance of wonderful creations of God, admiring the surrounding beauty, cherishing every moment as nobody is immortal.

Revered To Touch: The third section is about understanding the eternal truths of life. In the poems author seems to give ode to breath, love and death. Some verses also portray the importance of sorrow because due to its presence, joy holds value.

The oneness: The last section talks about the merge of every spirit into the divine ocean of supreme power. The verses also explain about creator, devil, miracles in life etc..

Although all the verses are amazing but if ask me I would say I liked the last section of ‘The Oneness’. Through her words the poetess appeals us to dance to the rhythm of life, stop measuring the success with wealth and fame, feel the Supreme in every single breath you take, witness every miracle with wonder before it’s too late.

So, overall a thought provoking and insightful set of poems.

Read:

https://kaurstylefile.wordpress.com/2020/06/13/book-review-you-are-blooming-by-swarnali-nath/

Celestial Descent by Kiran SandhuCelestial Descent by Kiran Sandhu

This book should be read by everyone once to comprehend their own self as it’s going to teach you a lot.

Concluding the review with some lines from the book:

“Human I made you, the most higher of all species
But you used my divine gifts to shatter and hammer to pieces
this heavenly earthen home and the lesser life forms you really own nothing
yet you call everything your own
your tremendous egos have created wars and famine bringing immense havoc to all creations mine.”

“We humans are nothing but waves on the ocean
Alive for a brief moment and then we must return
As you to the ocean, we to the eternal one
To the creator that gave us the gift divine.”

“What kept me going, I never did ponder
Worldly desires made me dive deep yonder
As if that was all I was here forMe, myself and all that was more
And today, as I lie on the bed
Gaping for air and my battered breath
I feel her go in and out
As if it in my ears my breath does shout.”


Hope you enjoyed the review. If you liked the book you can check it on Amazon.

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57 thoughts on “Celestial Descent : Book Review.

  1. Thanks for this wonderful review Sonia. I am not much into poetry but more on literature. But these words
    “We humans are nothing but waves on the ocean
    Alive for a brief moment and then we must return
    As you to the ocean, we to the eternal one
    To the creator that gave us the gift divine.”
    These are really so true and bang on. So well worded and versed. I always feel as if I am on a giant wave.

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  2. The book reviews I have read so far, this one seems very different and special. It makes me think of buying it. Infant, I am going to recommend it to a friend who is very much into the Panchtatva.

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  3. I love reading poetry, Your honest review pushes me to grab the book soon! What a reality check for the human species. I lost myself in the lines “your tremendous egos have created wars and famine bringing immense havoc to all creations mine”, how real it is God has created the world with such purity, and we humans ruined its purity with our senseless egos.

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  4. The cover i agree is stunning and I feel like reading the book. I agree one has to forgive others and you will feel good after that.

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  5. Enjoyed reading your review. The book appears to be a must-read. I am taking a break from self-help books but adding this one to my TBR for the future.

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  6. Sonia this sounds like one holistic approach to poetry. this year I am adding poetry reading to my list. I am already done with one and I like the snippets that you share. So I will include this book based on your recommendations

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  7. I love reading poems that talk about connects humans with spirituality. I am loving your review about the book and definitely adding the book to my TBR list

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  8. really like your review style. it is different and unique. though I am not much into poetry reading much but this one sounds exciting.

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  9. In the current times this looks like a perfect read. Your review is only so so soothing that it encourages me to pick up the book. Thanks for the wonderful review

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