In his second compilation of poetry, Kashmiri-American poet
Maharaj Kaul explores the shimmering emptiness of modern life.
From the author of "Meditations On Time and Inclinations And
Reality: The Search For The Absolut"e comes an exciting new book of
poetry, "The Light Through The Woods." In it the poet bemoans how
modern man has sacrificed his inner freedom and natural joy in
living by creating and believing in the present culture of
materialism and technology. He believes that man is born with inner
freedom, joy, grandeur, and grace but as he grows up the existing
culture corrupts him to realize these powerful elements. He
strongly urges man to spiritually reconnect with nature to regain
The poems also celebrate the poet's stunningly beautiful
birthplace, Kashmir, India, and express his joy in reminiscing
about his childhood there as well as his sadness as he contemplates
the wastefulness of its political struggles and the tragic
dispossession and diaspora of his people, Kashmiri Pandits.
The poems also reflect on the drama of human condition and the
search of the human values.
A visionary collection of poems dreaming of man regaining his
natural inner beauty.
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