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Anita Krishan

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Born in Shimla in 1955, Anita Krishan spent the initial twenty-two years of her life in this pristine Himalayan town, earning her master’s degree in English literature from Himachal University, and moving on to a career of introducing delights of the language to her young learners. In her long tenure as an educator, she has enriched the lives of countless students with the mystery of the narrative.

A versatile writer, each of her literary works appertains to a different genre . . . from the joys and travails of life, to terrorism that has brought the world to its tenterhooks, to now the paranormal.

She has travelled extensively around the globe absorbing the diverse human ethos and cultures––the delectable foods for her thoughts. Presently,
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Despite Stolen Dreams

THRILLED, at the same time HUMBLED by being likened with the great names in the Indian literary world.
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“We are mosaics - pieces of light, love, history, stars -- glued together with magic and music and words.”
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