Tara Singh (author)

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Dr. Srimati Tara Singh
Born (1952-10-10) 10 October 1952 (age 64)
Citizenship Indian
Education Kolkata college
Occupation Poet, writer and author
Spouse(s) Dr. Brahmdeo Prasad Singh
Children Two sons

Dr. Srimati Tara Singh (born 10 October 1952) comes from a middle-class family. Since childhood she took special interest in dance and music as well as in writing poems. On several occasions she was awarded prizes and letter of appreciation for her poems and performances in literary debates during school and college career.[1]

Biography[edit]

After completing her graduation in Arts and marriage with a Kolkata college Head of Department of Chemistry, she devoted her whole time and energy in serving Hindi literature. Soon her writings got recognition by Star TV shows and regularly published in several newspapers and magazines. On publication of two poetry books, she got wide applause for her emotional and thoughtful poems. Subsequent but regular & talented publication of books on family and social issues, personal and social delicacies, philosophy of life and realities, birth and death cycles, etc. soon established herself as modern "Chhayabadi Poetess" of 21st Century in Hindi literature.[2][3]

Literary works[edit]

No. of books published - 32 through M/s Meenakshi Prakashan, Delhi namely: (i) Poetry Books – 20 (ii) Gazal Books – 7 (iii) Story book −3 iv) Novel −2 Also her 114 joint-poetry collections are already published. Her articles are published on 27 popular Hindi websites including swargvibha and one song was selected as title song of a Hindi movie 'SIPAIJI' released in 2008.

Present engagement[edit]

She is the founder president of the Hindi website Swargvibha, which has numerous collections& gives away Swargvibha Tara award to promising Hindi writers/ journalists every year. She is now the working president of the Sahityik, Sanskritik and Kala Sangam Academy, Pratapgarh (U.P.). She takes keen interest in writing poems, gazals, stories, novels and filmy songs.[citation needed][4]

References[edit]

  • TARA SINGH (AUTHOR), Biography—Barnes and Noble, N.J., U.S.A.
  • Afro-Asian who's who Part-1, 2006
  • Asia-Pacific who's who Part-6, 2006
  • Rising Personalities of India Award book, 2006
  • Best citizens of India book, 2008 , Page 66
  • Asia-Pacific who's who Part-11, Page 376, 2012
  • Asian Admirable achievers, Part-7, 2013, Page 165
  • Asia-Pacific who's who Part-14, Page 411, 2016
  1. ^ "swargvibha". Retrieved 2014-07-28. 
  2. ^ "sahityakunj". Retrieved 2014-07-28. 
  3. ^ "Books by Tara Singh". Retrieved 2014-07-28. 
  4. ^ Afro-Asian who's who Part-1, 2006