Garima Sanjay

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Garima Sanjay
Garima Sanjay
Garima Sanjay
BornAllahabad, Uttar Pradesh, India
Alma materAllahabad University
SpouseSanjay Kumar
ChildrenShatrrundam Srivastav

Garima Sanjay (born on 15 January, at Allahabad) is an author of novels and short stories, as well as a script writer and documentary film producer. She has been working in the Indian media industry for over two decades. She has written numerous books on various topics. She has even made various documentary and short films for both government agencies and for private companies. She is a curator and content developer for museums too. Among many museums in her credit, she has also worked for the Pradhanmantri Sangrahalaya, New Delhi, which was launched by the Prime Minister of India, Shri Narendra Modi on 14 April 2022.

Early life and education[edit]

Born in Allahabad (Uttar Pradesh), she did her schooling from St. Anthony's Convent Girls' Intermediate College. She did her graduation from Allahabad University in Economics and Post Graduation in Ancient History and Culture.


After completing her Post Graduation in mass media studies from Indian Institute Of Mass Communication, she joined the media industry. Her professional career in the field of writing started more than twenty years back in New Delhi.

Her most notable works are Hindi novels 'Smritiyan' (2013), 'Aatank Ke Saaye Mein' (2015) and 'Khatte Mithe Se Rishte' (2019).[1][2][3][4]

She has been regularly contributing on social and environmental issues in various magazines, newspapers and news-portals.

Her short stories have been published in magazines like Jagran Sakhi, Sahitya Amrit,, Dharohar, Yuva Pravartak etc. & features in Dainik Jagaran, Punjab Kesari, Rashtriya Sahara, etc.

She regularly writes her blog at "Antardhwani – अंतर्ध्वनि"

She's contributed in providing Hindi content for four new museums sanctioned by the Government of India. Three museums for the Ministry of Culture "Yaaden Jalliyan" and "Shraddhanjali" established at Red Fort, Delhi and "Icons of Nationalism" at National Library, Kolkata and one for the Ministry of Textiles. The museums at Red Fort were inaugurated by PM Sri Narendra Modi on the birth anniversary of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose, on 23 January 2019.

In documentary film making her highly appreciated works are "GLOF" (Glacial Lake Outburst Flood) for UNDP, "Madan Lal Dhingra" for Films Division of India and "Bhartiya Police- Saahas Yeh Bhi" for BPR&D under the guidance of Dr Kiran Bedi.

Literary works[edit]


  1. Smritiyaan (2013)
  2. Atank Ke Saaye Mein (2015)
  3. Khatte Meethe Se Rishtey (2019)
  4. Khwahishen Apni-APni (2020)

General books[edit]

  1. Start up India- Shuru Karein Apna Karobar (2016)
  2. Constitution of India (A textbook on Indian Polity)
  3. Acupressure (Hindi & English)
  4. Aroma Therapy
  5. "1001 Tips for Good Health"
  6. Miniature book series on 12- Zodiac signs
  7. Family Homeopathy Handbook


  1. PM Narendra Modi : The Game Changer
  2. 'My Father Sarat Chandra Bose' by Sisir Chandra Bose
  3. '"Reflections of a Surgeon" by Dr. V. N. Srikhande
  4. CSAT book, Computer text books and other text books for Tata McGraw Hills
  5. Hindi content for various educational software for Multivarsity, Pune
  6. Science and Social Sciences text books for NCERT
  7. 'India Educator' a house journal of Discovery Channel
  8. ‘EXPORT MANAGEMENT’, a text book of IIFT, by Prof.B. Bhattacharya
  9. Various books on Alternative Therapies, viz. Juice & Fruit therapies, Reiki, Aroma Therapy, an encyclopedia of Acupressure, etc.


  2. ^ "Vice President Released a Book titled Smritiyan authored by Garima Sanjay". Retrieved 26 May 2016.
  3. ^ "Aatank Ke Saaye Men". Press Information Bureau Govt of India. Retrieved 27 May 2016.
  4. ^ Garima Sanjay (2015). Atank Ke Saaye Mein. Naī Dillī : Pratibhā Pratishṭhāna. ISBN 9789383111664. OCLC 934713346.

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