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Mahatma Gandhi

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This poem is a humble tribute to those migrant workers who have been toiling for our daily needs while being away from their families. Let us hope that the measures put in place by govt. would work for their benefit. (on ‘Help Them Live’)

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Can’t believe it is the same poetess who penned the serious and challenging poems like “The Flame” and “Death brings Life”. Never realized so much goes on behind the calm and placid smiling face. That’s is after all the beauty of talented writer. (on ‘Stories’)

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      1. Awesome Lukshita dear.Well done.Keep going.My best wishes for your bright future.Commendable job.

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  1. During Buddhist era India conquered world from Central Asia to Philippines and from Siberia to Indonesia through ✒ pen only (not through sword or 💣bomb or through virus). I hope you will maintain this ancient Indian tradition

    “Best of Luck.”

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  2. My dearest friend Lukshita, I congratulate you on taking this wonderful step..Keep witing always!!! My best wishes are always there with you..

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  3. My dearest friend Lukshita, I congratulate you on taking this wonderful step..Keep writing always!!! My best wishes are always there with you..

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  4. Lukshita, I went through your poems..
    Must confess, the train of thoughts are so well knitted in the web of words..
    This platform shall certainly help you reach out to the world and show the immense creativity and innate talent you are blessed with. Besides, writers have an apt venue for exchange of ideas and display of their work.
    Atta girl..
    God Bless!!

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  5. Dearest Lukshita, I really admire your passion for churning out new ideas to give shape to your creative muse. I am sure with this commitment you will definitely contribute a lot to society and weave your peer group into a beautiful bond. Lots of love, blessings and best wishes.

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