Ashok K. Bhargava is member of the Editorial Advisory Board of Sahitya Anand / Dr. Shivputra Kanade & Sunita Paul

Ashok K. Bhargava is member of the Editorial Advisory Board of Sahitya Anand

Today we take pride in announcing Ashok K. Bhargava as an esteemed member of the Editorial Advisory Board of Sahitya Anand.
#VishwabharatiResearchCentre and #SahityaAnand is happy to have him with us.

Ashok Bhargava has won many awards and has published several highly acclaimed collections of poetry: Half Riding the Tide, Skipping Stones, Mirror of Dreams, A Kernel of Truth and Lost in the Morning Calm. He distinguishes himself by writing poems that attempt to instill in the reader a sense of humanity, love, peace and belonging with this earth through meditative and awareness raising thoughts and diction.
As well, Ashok Bhargava has emerged as an important builder of literary communities in the Vancouver BC, and beyond, with his recent initiative of Writers International Network Canada where over a dozen authors, poets, community builders and performers from across communities are recognized each year.
Through his poetry, photography and community building efforts, Ashok Bhargava is an avid volunteer. He is involved in many socio-cultural, literary and charitable organizations.
He was an honored guest to literary conferences in Turkey, Italy, India, South Korea and the Philippines. He is recipient of Poet Ambassador Award, Poets without Borders Peace Award, Legendary Poet Kalidasa International Award, Nehru Humanitarian Award, Pandora Collective’s Good Citizen Award and Nehemiah Leadership Award.

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