In this book Feza Azmi has focused exclusively on the injustices perpetrated on women since times immemorial. He has poured out the anguish of his wounded heart in these verses. The spontaneity and melodic rhythm of his poem make an instantaneous impact on the reader. The hallmark of Aazmi's expression is a cascading natural flow of ideas and words free of any artificiality. Feza has compared a mother’s love to mellow dewdrops and the placid mystique of galaxies on distant horizons. According to him, if human beings are the crown of creation, a mother indisputably is the best of God’s creation. This book of Feza Aazmi is a most effective exposition of the present society, in fact in every verse he illustrates the revolutionary, progressive and noble precepts Islam heralded and stands for but which due to the prevalent ignorance of the common Muslims have become subservient to the ancient and medieval practices of other religious societies , specially those of Christian church. This poem mirrors history, documents the present and envisages the future. Feza Aazmi indeed has fulfilled a critical social responsibility , which one is inclined to describe as a poetry of resistance.
A writer, social analyst, literary activist, lawyer, diplomatist and journalist Feza Aazmi, in the last decade, has emerged as founder of a new genre of poetry, that is, a series of book-length poems on major national and global issues in their historical and analytical perspective. He is currently a major voice of reason in Urdu literature. He has written seven book-length poems on wide ranging topics. He is a well-travelled person, has resided for long periods in Egypt, Saudi Arabia, USA, Sudan, Yemen and India and has been exposed to the customs and cultures of different societies which fact is reflected in his writings. Feza Aazmi is a graduate of law and practiced as a lawyer in early part of his career. He has penned six law books which are running in several editions -- Muslim law (21st edition); Law of Equity (15th edition). As a journalist and current affairs analyst he has two books to his credit on the Indo-Pak conflict on Kashmir, and on the Pakistan's Constitution. He also holds Master's Degree in Literature and Diploma in Photography from Allahabad University. As a journalist he contributed over 200 articles on current issues and social affairs in early part of his career.