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Heart of Sapphire

by Ishika Sharma


Category : Short Stories

ISBN No :9781545744383

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Ishika Sharma was a 17-year-old bubbly teen who loved to sing, read and write. All those who knew Ishika adored her for her pure personality and sweet persona. Ishika exemplified the characteristics of a wonderful daughter, sister and friend. On October 10, 2018, Ishika departed for her heavenly abode. She's survived by her parents and a younger brother."Heart of Sapphire" is a collection of pieces in genres of fiction, opinion and poetry written by her. It was her dream to publish a book, which she was unable to achieve due to her untimely demise.

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Ishika Sharma

Ishika Sharma was a sweet, caring, hearty, lively and soft-spoken girl who was born on 4th May 2001 in Jwala Ji, a small town in Himachal Pradesh. She was a bright student who was studying in class 12th at Bluebells School International, New Delhi. Her hobbies included singing, reading and writing poems and short stories. She readily came forward to help everyone and was a good friend to all.On the morning of 10th October 2018, after entering her classroom at school, she collapsed and left this world for her heavenly abode. All these stories are written by her.Profits from this book will be donated to the Handicapped Children's Rehabilitation Association, New Delhi, where she had volunteered over the summer.

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