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Geet Chaturvedi

Geet Chaturvedi (b. 1977) is a prominent writer of contemporary Hindi literature. He has authored seven books, including two highly acclaimed collections of novellas and two collections of poetry. His poems have been translated into seventeen languages. He was awarded the Bharat Bhushan Agrawal Award for poetry (2007) and the Krishna Pratap Award for fiction (2014) and named one of the “Ten Best Writers in India” by the reputed English Daily Indian Express. He lives in Bhopal, India. 

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