Maavi Raja Is Voted One Of The Best Poets And Voice Of Today S Generation

(July 22, 2017) – Maavi Raja is a 24-year old poet who has already touched the hearts of many people with his mesmerizing poems. He started posting his poetic works about 4 years ago through Twitter. In this short time his writings have has created a major impact in the creative world. With the help of a simple blog, he posted his creative works for all to see and access through Twitter. In all the years that he has been writing poems, he has received many compliments and even acknowledgement from leading celebrities such as Kim Kardashian. Maavi Raja has also appeared in an interview on the BBC Radio where he spoke of his creative works and their purpose. He has also published a book, a collection of poems which is now available on Amazon for purchase.
Through his poems, Maavi Raja aims to help people and make a difference in their lives. His works mainly focus on the experiences of the younger generation, their trials and tribulations and the challenges that they are likely to face in their lives. He believes that his poems can bring them solace and peace that they seek the most, and then inspire them to lead better lives. Within just a span of 4 years, his work has received widespread gratitude from people whose lives have changed for the better by getting inspired through his poems. Maavi Raja has now an impressive list of more than 150,000 followers on Twitter. His creative skills and perseverance have helped to establish himself as a leading poet of this generation.

About Maavi Raja:
Maavi Raja is a successful poet who has already touched the hearts of many followers through his touching poems.
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