Mera Apna Kshitij (Hindi)

Author:

Nitu

Publisher:

BHUMIKA PRAKASHAN

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Publisher

BHUMIKA PRAKASHAN

ISBN-13

9788192889962

ISBN-10 8192889963
Binding

Paperback

Edition FIRST
Number of Pages 116 Pages
Language (Hindi)
Weight (grms) 195

Mera Apna Kshitij (Hindi) This is the Hindi translation of an anthology of poems on woman originally written in English. Nitu completed her Post-graduation from Panjab University, Chandigarh. She then became one of the first Lady Officers to join the Armed forces. With an unconventional choice for a career, she led a conventional life. Her service took her to various conflict theatres of the country and also provided a rare insight into the lives of women on both sides of the conflict. She is an experienced officer of the 1991 batch of CRPF. She has worked in tough areas and handled critical assignments. Recipient of the Police Medal for Meritorious Service, Antrik Suraksha Padak and Kathin Seva Padak, she has worked closely with women in the forces. Active in community service, she has been associated with NGOs particularly working with street children, people with disabilities and widows. She has been closely associated with women in conflict areas.

Nitu

Being an experienced officer of the 1991 batch of CRPF, Nitu has worked in tough areas and handled critical assignments. Recipient of the Police Medal for Meritorious Service, Antrik Suraksha Padak and Kathin Seva Padak, she has worked closely with women in the forces. She has authored an anthology of English poetry, Resurrection, a woman reborn. The book has been translated into Chinese and was also prominently displayed at the Beijing International Book Fair 2016 and 2017. Her book of short stories based on near real conflict situations of Punjab and Kashmir, Half Life has been displayed at many International Book Fairs. Her book of Hindi poetry, Mera Apna Kshitij was released at the Sahitya Akademi, New Delhi on March 8, 2018 on Womens Day.
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