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Jyoti Malhotra

Poet and Writer
Poet and Writer

Jyoti Malhotra has been offering her services in the field of education since many years. Her passion for writing ignited at the age of 13 when her self-composed poem was displayed on the school board. She has always eloquently translated her deepest thoughts and emotions into language with ease. But it was only lately that she decided upon organising her writing and sharing it with readers through a publication.  She has already authored one academic textbook and this anthology is her second publication.  

The depth of Hindi language, mythological touch on contemporary issues, a succinctly meaningful choice of each word is depicted in her sensitive poems.


Pressures Of Being A Teenager

Books by Prajval Malhotra

Teenagers of today face numerous problem and pressures like they have never faced before. 

Most of the time these stresses are due to petty and menial causes but become mammoth because of the lack of understanding and negligence of people close to them. Inspired by real life situations, this book gives an insight into the adolescent mind and makes an attempt to bridge the gap between the adults and the youngsters by narrating the other side of the

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रिश्तों की धूप-छाँव

Books by ज्योति मल्होत्रा

हम सब का जीवन हमें भिन्न-भिन्न प्रकार के अनुभव करवाता है. हर परिस्थिति एक कहानी कहती है, हर एक रिश्ता पात्र बनकर इसमें योगदान देता है. कभी-कभी एक ही व्यक्ति के अलग-अलग  रूप देखने क

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पुरुष होने की व्यथा

By Jyoti Malhotra in Poetry | Reads: 390 | Likes: 1

किसी के सुरूर में तुम ऐसे डूबे, सीधा पुलिस स्टेशन जा पहुंचे. खूंखार प्राण प्रिया ने ऐसी गुहार लगायी, हो गयी शिकायत, स  Read More...

Published on May 29,2020 03:48 PM


By Jyoti Malhotra in Poetry | Reads: 138 | Likes: 1

माँ अपने रक्तरंजित टुकड़े से तूने हमें बनाया माँ. आत्मप्राण फूंक कर तूने कतरा कतरा हमें जिलाया माँ. गोद में लेकर हम   Read More...

Published on Apr 30,2020 12:43 PM

And He Lost the Battle of Life

By Jyoti Malhotra in True Story | Reads: 377 | Likes: 4

  He was standing beside the door when I entered the classroom. All the students got up to wish good morning. I had not even reciprocated when he said, “Ma’am, may I please go to drink water?” I normally don’t appreciate this sort of a disturbance right at the beginning  Read More...

Published on Apr 17,2020 08:49 AM

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