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Samartha Vashishtha was born on 10 June, 1983 in Nabha, India. At 37 years old, Samartha Vashishtha height not available right now. We will update Samartha Vashishtha's height soon as possible.
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|Age||37 years old|
|Born||10 June 1983|
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|Net Worth in 2020||$1 Million - $5 Million|
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Samartha has also translated the poetry of Langston Hughes into Hindi, and the works of Paash, Vyomesh Shukla and Asad Zaidi into English. He continues to work across three languages — English, Hindi and Punjabi — consistently striving to build bridges between their literatures.
Samartha is a co-translator (along with Shailendra Shail) of Soumitra Mohan's long Hindi poem, Luqman Ali (लुक़मान अली) into English. The translation was published in Chandrabhaga 14/2007 and then in Asymptote. Luqman Ali is widely considered a landmark poem in Hindi literature, and Samartha's co-translation of it made it accessible to a new generation of readers. In the foreword to his volume of collected poems, आधा दिखता वह आदमी, Soumitra Mohan acknowledges the role of this translation in introducing Luqman Ali to an international readership.
Samartha Vashishtha (born 1983) is an Indian poet writing in English and Hindi, his mothertongue. He has published two volumes of poems in English — Anhadnad, a collection of his childhood poems in the year 2000, and Shadows Don't Live in Walls in 2004. In 2017, Rajkamal Prakashan, the leading publisher of literature in Hindi, released his third book of poems, Sapne Mein Piyaa Panee (सपने में पिया पानी). . He won a Poetry Chain-Poetry Society (India) Annual Poetry Prize in 2003 for his poem-sequence, Simla.
Samartha was born in 1983 into a literary family. His grandfather, Prof. Khushi Ram Vashishtha, was a poet of repute in the Indian state of Haryana. In 1968, Prof. Vashishtha was bestowed with the honorary title of Rajya Kavi (State Poet of Haryana); the first of the only two poets to ever earn this title. Samartha's father, Dr Jitendra Vashishtha, a renowned poet himself, published three volumes of poems in his lifetime, and left behind several unpublished manuscripts in the wake of his untimely death. Shailendra Shail, noted Hindi poet and memoirist, is Samartha's paternal uncle.