Ankita Sharma

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Ankita Sharma is an author, artist and entrepreneur based in Faridabad, India. She is passionate about writing, reading and portrait sketching.

She has authored three books 'The Wedding Trousseau and Other Short Stories' (2015), 'Swati's Marriage and Other Tales of India' (USA, 2016) and 'You Must Be Around- 80 Poems On Love, Life And Longing' (2016).

Two of her poems have appeared in an international multilingual poetry anthology 'Lakdi Ka Pul - II' (2017). Three of her poems have appeared in 'Lakdi Ka Pul III' (2018).

Her sketch works have appeared on the cover pages of a few titles.

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I firmly believe in Karma. The 'Law of Karma' is infallible and it sees everything. It also ensures that what goes around comes around too. 



I got my new watercolor squeeze brushes today and this is my first poster with them. 


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“It is better to lose your pride with someone you love rather than to lose that someone you love with your useless pride.”
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“Laugh and the world laughs with you, snore and you sleep alone.”
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message 1: by Norma Iris (last edited Mar 14, 2016 11:02PM)

Norma Iris Dear Ankita Sharma,
Thank you for being my friend! I look forward to sharing my ideas on books. I've read four of the short stories from Swati's Marriage and Other Tales of India. I must say, I see myself in at least two of the stories. Very well written and the imagery leaves a sadness upon the heart. But there is also Hope! Yes. "Birthday," made me hug my mother and tell her I love her. I will give no spoilers to public but do read these Short Gems. I remain, Sincerely,
Norma Iris


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