Kamaleshwari aims to explain what love means. It is about the characteristics and importance of love, which the author hopes the readers would try and assimilate into their lives.
The diction is just enough connotative when the author writes in Hindi and a bit mellifluous wherever Urdu is employed, personifying the meticulous interlacing of the author’s spirit.
The verses are articulated the way imperviousness, bitterness and controversies are permeated in the society, and they move the readers’ psyche and make them feel connected.
Where the vehemence of misery and despair is manifested, there is also a reflection of the desire to live the life on one's pre-requisites. That is why the author says
गहन कितने भी सहरा हो, या तन्हाईयों के घेरे हों
रंजों-गम मंे डूबे रहना, ये फितरत मंजूर नहीं है
The author's emotional well being explicitly identifies with even the most imperceptible objects whether it is a mirror, plant, lake, a wall or even air.
In a nutshell, कलिकाएँ is a delightful potpourri of scintillating aroma.
Why did Rohtaas’s mother leave his father? How did Rohtaas manage the treatment of his mother’s disease and handle his family’s finances?
How did the mongoose’s colour turn golden?
How did a bad omen turn into a good omen and save Madhu's life?
How did one bear make three lions run away from the jungle?
To know more read Badaltey Rishtey, a collection of short stories packed with drama and comedy. You will also find the stories amusing, enlightening and inspiring.
The story Daddy depicts the pangs of old age and the last stages of a person’s life. Sangharsh speaks of the labor a common man has to undergo. Rishtey dwells on the dissolution and reunion of a family. Sweekrati explains how a person with disabilities comes to terms with himself. Fir kya hua dwells on the insatiability of the inquisitiveness of a human mind.