Through his first book, he showcased his love for the cosmos, universe, nature, and other realms of life. His second book, Khushboo Bikherti Pagdandiyan, is also among the best-known collections of poems and interacts with the eternal elements of nature yet again. He also attempted to express all of these emotions in his writing, including grief, despair, love, and joy.
Poems from the collection “Sharbati Zindagi” are calming and thought-provoking. The poet Margesh Rai (Margdarshan) transports the readers back into their own world of emotions, memories, and sentiments with his amazing, realistic, and exquisitely written poems. This collection of poems discusses subjects including romance, societal challenges, reality, and nature while offering insights into love, adoration, despair, hope, and forgiveness.
With his literary talent, poet Margesh Rai (Margdarshan) has created poems in a range of moods, including joyful, mournful, hopeful, and vibrant. Many of the poems are about love and loss; while some have exquisite romantic imagery, others are mercilessly focused on wallowing in pain. The fairly realistic poems depict the struggles of daily life. Many poetry collections focus on the beauty of nature, which might inspire readers to have a renewed appreciation for it.
A few outstanding poetry that will govern readers’ hearts since they are timeless includes Band Kamro Mein Jism Bik Jaata Hai, Mere Maut ki Afwah, Siyasat Bani Grahak, Mere Dil Ke Canvas Par, Kirdaar, Mere Sanam Aaya hai Zamanat Par, and Prakriti Ki God Mein. You learn more about the author’s earlier works as you get to know the text better; but, its ultimate significance becomes apparent when you absorb it, see its patterns and outlines, and pay attention to its intricacies. Margesh always adapts to the flexibility of modern life while retaining a feeling of love, culture, and power.
Reading and appreciating this outstanding work by Margesh Rai (Margdarshan) is crucial if you want to understand how poetry could engage with a youthful audience. He belongs to the Aatmnirbhar Sena, the Rashtriya Gau Sevak Sangh, and the Hindrise Social Welfare Foundation.