By Shashank Tiwari, Preethi Venugopala, Anmol Rawat, Tina Basu, Soumyaa Verma, Niranjan Navalgund, Aathira Jim, Deepti Menon, Vinodini Iyer
What's love? The query brews 1000000 varied solutions. Love isn't an entity. it really is an emotion that embraces numerous colorations and colors inside. 'A Little refrain of affection – Love via Ages' easily follows a similar concept and assembles 24 varied writers portraying love in a sort they recognize the best.
Immerse your self into the main strong emotion with 24 diversified tales set in several time sessions and think your center beat for that one detailed individual on your lifestyles.
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A Little Chorus of Love: Love through Ages by Shashank Tiwari, Preethi Venugopala, Anmol Rawat, Tina Basu, Soumyaa Verma, Niranjan Navalgund, Aathira Jim, Deepti Menon, Vinodini Iyer