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Womb of Time


Book Description
'Womb of Time' is a long (epic) poem in abstract, running to over 15000 words and 2500 lines. The concept of Time and God have drawn the deep interest and attention of thinkers and philosophers. This book is an attempt to reveal the inner feelings of the author with regard to 'Time' and the 'God-concept'. The poem contains 6 chapters; Book I "Time Immortal" is about timelessness of Time, and a hyp... More
Book Information
PublisherCyberwit.net
BindingPaperback
Reading LevelUncategorized
# of Pages133
ISBN-109388125940
ISBN-13978-9388125949
Publication Date04/05/2019
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About Laljee Verma (Author) : Laljee Verma is a published author. A published credit of Laljee Verma is Womb of Time.
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