Anukriti Sharma

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About me

Industry Student
Occupation Editorial Assistant at Random House India
Location Delhi/Mumbai, India
Introduction Anukriti Sharma is a Delhi based writer working with Random House India. Founder and Owner of Ekphrasis India, she completed her post-graduation in English Literature from Miranda House, Delhi University. A completely visual person who loves to dream; her passions include blogging, reading, music, social service and painting. Lover of 'Chai' and 'Cheesecake', a fusion of east and west... Admires smiles as well as tears... At times too talkative,at times too quiet... Her pockets jingle with little blessings... Among innumerable faces her's is just another one trying to find a place in this world. Her blogs have won many accolades including recognition and prizes from Yahoo! India, Dove, HP, Surf Excel, HUL, Indiblogger, BlogAdda, BlogJunta and Blogger's Symposium. Eminent personalities like Javed Akhtar, Ayaz Memon and Ashok Chakradhar have acknowledged her with the best blog award for her poem on Mumbai Terror Attack. Her work has also been published in various college journals and online magazines like The NRI, Youth Ki Awaaz, and Impulse.
Interests Sky-gazing, Capturing Ideas, Day-Dreaming, Dancing in the Rain, Observing People and Places, Relishing different fragrances, Blogging, Photography, reading, writing, painting, sketching, listening to music, travelling, sleeping
Favorite Movies The Pianist, Amelie; Dance With Me; The Chipmunk Adventures; A Wednesday; Water; Bheja Fry; Jab We Met, Harry Potter Series; Pyar ke side effects; Home Alone; Stuart Little; Narnia; The Mummy Series; Frankenstein; The Haunted; Kohra; Khatta Meetha; Blind Dating; Khuda ke liye; Rang De Basanti; The Time Machine; Munna Bhai; All movies by Hrishikesh Mukherjee and Alfred Hitchcock
Favorite Music Ghazals and Old/New Hindi Songs; English Songs
Favorite Books For me T.S. Eliot is the God of Poetry...just love his poems... Books:I love Disgrace, Red and Black, An Imaginary Life, Harry Potter Series, What India Can Teach Us;The Argumentative Indian;The Kite Runner;Princess;The Shadow Lines n The Hungry Tide;All books/short stories/poems by Ismat Chugtai, Ruskin Bond, Satyajit Ray, Manto, Tennyson, Harivansh Rai Bacchan, Mirza Ghalib;Jane Eyre;A House for Mr.Biswas;Frankenstein;Hard Times, Great Expectations;Sons and Lovers;Mrs. Dalloway;Iliad, Odyssey;Train to Pakistan;Chronicle of a death Foretold;A Walk to Remember;Dracula;The Godfather;Shakespeare's Julius Caesar, Othello, The Tempest, King Lear;The Rape of the Lock;Things Fall Apart;Rhinoceros;Gulliver's Travels;Look Back in Anger;Ghosts;The Da Vinci Code;The Memoirs of a Geisha n many more