Krishan Kumar Sharma "Rasik"

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Krishan Kumar Sharma "Rasik"
Born Krishan Kumar Sharma
14 November 1983
Samana, Punjab, India
Pen name Rasik
Occupation Professional, Poet, Writer
Alma mater Giani Zail Singh College of Engineering & Technology, Bathinda, Punjab

Krishan Kumar Sharma "Rasik" (born 14 November 1983) is a Hindi, Punjabi, English and Urdu poet and writer. He is the author (poet) of "Ab Har Shaam Niraali Hogi" , "It's For You ! It's Only For You..." , "Prem Ka Pyala" and "Pinjre De Azad Panchi" books.

"Pinjre De Azad Panchi" is his latest Punjabi Novel which was officially released by Dr. Dharamvir Gandhi - Member of Parliament on 30 July 2015.

Personal life and education[edit]

Born in a Brahmin family, in a small town of Samana in the district of Patiala, Punjab. He received his formal schooling in a public school and then graduated with Mechanical Engineering from Giani Zail Singh College of Engineering & Technology, Bathinda. Later, he completed his post-graduation in Marketing from SCDL, Pune. He had been active in stage activities, NCC and NSS throughout school and college and has been honored with numerous awards and honors.


After completing engineering he moved to Delhi to pursue his career and been deputed in Ghaziabad, Chennai and Bangalore cities. He has been volunteer for a few NGO's for social welfare and education to under privileged children of slum areas. He is supporting self funded NGO "Vazeefa's" to support financially students in need.

He continues his interest in writing. He writes mainly poems and stories in Hindi, Punjabi, English and Urdu.

List of works[edit]

"Ab Har Shaam Niraali Hogi" , "It's For You ! It's Only For You..." , "Prem Ka Pyala" and "Pinjre De Azad Panchi" are published in 2011, 2013, 2014 and 2015 respectively. His other literary collection has two English Novels and one Urdu (Bi-Lingual Urdu-Hindi) Ghazals book.


"Ab Har Shaam Niraali Hogi" and "Prem Ka Pyala" have been recognized and recommended by Govt. of India, Department of Official Language for the years 2011–12; 2012–13 and 2014-15 respectively. His literary work has been covered in various newspapers like Punjab Kesari, Dainik Jagran, Dainik Tribune, The Tribune, Aaj Samaj, Yugmarg, Dainik Bhaskar and Amar Ujala. Also a short documentary on his work was telecast on MH1 News Channel.