Dr. Ram Sharma – Distinguished Poet Award 2016

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Dr. Sharma writes in English and Hindi. He uplifts many within his magnetic appeal inside the field of poetry and literature. With a dedicated personality, he’s spiritually driven and utilizes many gifts achieved within his studies, life-work and world travels. He has written for research papers, articles, poems and reviews and has been published within esteemed journals, magazines and newspapers throughout India and abroad. Sharma’s literary works appear in prominent web journals, foreign e-journals and magazines.

He has produced the following poetry volumes respectively: Muse (2002), Serene Moments (2008), A String of Words (2009), Poets for World Peace – Volumes 1 and 2 (2010), Anthologies 1 (2011), Lamp of Love (2015), OM santih santih santih (2015, co-author). He has also contributed editing on 22 anthologies in English Literature.

Dr. Ram Sharma is presently an Associate Professor in English at J.V.P.G. College, Baraut, Baghpat, U.P., India; He is also the Editor-in-Chief of two international publishing journals: RUMINATIONS and GLIMPSES.
Contact Dr. Ram Sharma: dr.ramsharma786@gmail.com

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