|Author||Krishnapriya Kamalakshan, born as the daughter of Mr. Kamalakshan and Mrs. Sathyabama in 1996, is a post graduate in English Literature, hailing from Coimbatore. Growing up in a family that encouraged reading books, she found literature opening doors to new wonderlands. She had been writing poetry and dramatic monologues for the stage in school and college. This is her maiden short-story collection inspired by classical literature and history. Currently, she is working on a collection of narrative poems while pursuing her Ph.D. at PSGR Krishnammal College for Women.|
Can silence be heard? Understood?
Does it have different tones?
Does it have a colour, with different shades?
A difference in perception can reveal the answers to all these questions that seek to give a concrete form and tangibility to silence. When the horizons of understanding are widened with the thirst for deeper and profound knowledge, silence does have a voice and a colour too. It is a vibrant symphony in itself. Keener eyes and sharper ears, in quest of deeper perspectives, can see and hear all the tones of this otherwise invisible and inaudible silence. Screen reader support enabled.