It is said that a woman is like a tea bag - you can't tell how strong she is untill you put her in hot water. Woman and Her Muse by Lopamudra Banerjee is that cup of tea. It will boost your morning and will change the way you look at the world.
There are 171 pages in this book. I would suggest you to read just 1 page every morning and keep reading for the next 171 days. Every day, feel the emotions hidden behind the words, feel the power of the lines, and apply them into your life. Try to squeeze as much motivation and inspiration from that single page each day and apply it into your daily life. In 6 months, you will be a better version of yourself and will see the world around you from a positive outlook.
Woman and Her Muse is an inspiring, realistic, and heart touching collection of poetry and memoir. It is inspired by real-life events, photographs and adds meaning and value to day to day life. It is all about living in the moment and keeping that memory breathing in the book so that the coming generation can learn from it.
The book is divided into 6 sections:
1. Five Weird Musings 2. Kolkata, the poetry in which I breathe 3. Bon Voyage 4. Portrait of a woman as the artist 5. The Durga Series 6. Cinema Musings
RELATED: LOPAMUDRA BANERJEE EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW Each section has its own impact and leaves no stone unturned in keeping you hooked till the very end. Overall, Woman and Her Muse by Lopamudra Banerjee is a must read. So, go ahead and buy this book from Amazon now!
AUTHOR: Lopamudra Banerjee
ABOUT THE BOOK
Lopamudra Banerjee's new book Woman and her Muse: Poetry & Memoir is a deeply passionate and poignant tapestry of poetic prose pieces that intersperse intense subjective poems that blend and bind the past and present, by skillfully weaving together geographies, gender and genres. Lopamudra does not look back in anger but rather gestures towards her life of divided loyalties, by being the cultural bridge between the home and the world. In her poems, memories are rejuvenated through the exhilarating touch of words, sometimes extended as tributes towards inspirational icons in the world of aesthetics and performative arts. So along with poetic renderings of her responses to sequences in the epic Mahabharata, the poetry of Maya Angelou, paintings, sights and sounds, the unique “Cinema Musings” section of her latest book registers her homage to outstanding personalities from Satyajit Ray to Gulzar among others, who have all interpreted the world in their varying classic styles and remarkably inspired her. -Dr. Sanjukta Dasgupta