Reading Habits - ‘Simple language appeals to me'
The Morning Standard|January 17, 2021
Sangeeta Manral Vij forays into reading, keeping old school tradition alive

NEW Delhi based Sangeeta Manral Vij who has worked as a sales professional with major publications houses across the city. She has been writing Hindi literature for almost 15 years now. Her first collection of poems Jugalbandi was published by Hind Yugm in 2012. She has also participated in literature festivals and her poems are widely published in many contemporary Indian literary journals and magazines including Kritya, Abhivyakti, Kavita Kosh. She’s been part of the Kritya International poetry festival Kritya since 2008.

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