Leema Dhar

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Leema Dhar
Leema Dhar holding a book
Leema Dhar
Native name
लीमा धर
Born (1993-12-22) 22 December 1993 (age 25)
Allahabad
OccupationNovelist, columnist, motivational speaker
LanguageEnglish (novels and columns), Hindi (poems and columns)
NationalityIndian
CitizenshipIndian
EducationSt. Mary's Convent Inter College, University of Allahabad
GenreFiction, romance, thriller
Notable worksTill We Meet Again, Mom And I Love A Terrorist, You Touched My Heart
RelativesSamir Dhar (father), Mausami Dhar (mother)

SignatureLeema Dhar
Website
www.writerleema.com

Leema Dhar (Bengali লীমা ধর, Hindi लीमा धर) is an Indian author.[1] As of February 2016 she has written seven books.

Personal life[edit]

Leema Dhar was born on 22 December 1993, in Allahabad, India. She finished her schooling and ISC Indian School Certificate examination from St. Mary's Convent Inter College. She left her All India Engineering/Architecture Entrance Examination rank in 2011, to become an engineer. She pursued humanities in her graduation in psychology and English literature. Currently, she is doing her Ph.D in Feminism in Charlotte Bronte, Jane Eyre and Anne Bronte’s Agnes Grey from University of Allahabad.[2]

Career[edit]

Dhar's first anthology of Hindi poems कुछ लफ्ज़ नक़ाब में (2007) was published when she was in her teens (9th standard). Her second book and the first anthology of English poems For The Hundred Tomorrows (2010) was published when she was 16.[3]

In 2015 Dhar was invited to read from her works at the 28th International Conference on Globalization, Environment, Education and Culture: India and Canada, hosted by the University of Allahabad.[4]

Works[edit]

  • The Committed Sin. 22 February 2016. ISBN 9789384027537.
  • You Touched My Heart. December 2013. ISBN 9789380914732.
  • The Girl Who Kissed The Snake. June 2013. ISBN 9789380914596.
  • Mom And I Love A terrorist. October 2012. ISBN 9789380914282.
  • Till We Meet Again. August 2012. ISBN 9789350830895.
  • For The Hundred Tomorrows. December 2010. ISBN 9789380019154.
  • Kuch Nafz Naqab Mein. July 2007. ISBN 9789380019147.

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