Abhishek Kumar Amber

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Abhishek Kumar Amber
Born 7 March 2000
Mawana Meerut
Residence New Delhi
Nationality Indian
Occupation Poet
Writer
Lyricist
Satirist
Religion Hinduism
Parents Shri Raj kumar
Smt. Anjali
Website
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Abhishek Kumar Amber (Hindi:अभिषेक कुमार अम्बर)(Urdu:ابھشیک کمار امبر)(born 7 March 2000) is a hindi poet, Lyricist and Satirist from New Delhi, India.[1]

Early life

Abhishek Kumar Amber was born in Mawana Meerut in Western Uttar Pradesh. After initial years of primary schooling in Mawana, He moved to New Delhi Where he studies Political Science Onwers in Delhi University.

Literary career

Since his youth, Abhishek Kumar Amber has been an active Hindi poet and writer. In his literary career,Abhishek Kumar Amber has contributed works to various genres of Hindi literature including Hasya Kavita (humorous comic poetry), Vyangya (satire), Geet (songs), Ghazal and Bal kavita (children's rhymes) etc. He is well known for his Geet (songs) and Ghazal's.[2] His ghazal's are particularly famous among young audience.

Television He has recited poetry for several national television including ETV Network, Zee Salam and 'DD Urdu etc. His poetry has published in famous newspaper's and magazines of country like Navbharat Times, Dainik Jagran, Literature in India, hindi Satire, Sahitya Manjari and Swarg Vibha etc.[3][4]

In the age of fifteen, he has recited poetry with legendary poets of Hindi Literature like Gopaldas Neeraj, Bekal Utsahi, Laxmi Shankar Bajpai, Dixit Dankauri, Balswaroop Raahi, Mamta Kiran, Santosh Anand, Vishakha Vidhu, Tufail Chaturvedi and Kunwar Bechainetc.[5][6][7]

Major works

  • Sath jabse tumhara mila[8]
  • Jeevan hai ek dagar suhani[9]
  • Mehbooba[10]
  • Kab tak madad kare bhagwan[11]
  • Basant hai aaya[12]
  • Exam anthem[13]

References

  1. "अभिषेक कुमार अम्बर". swargvibha.in. http://www.swargvibha.in/rachnakar/list_of_writers/abhishekkambar.html. Retrieved 2016-10-16. 
  2. "अभिषेक कुमार अम्बर हिन्दी कविता Hindi Kavita". hindi-kavita.com. http://www.hindi-kavita.com/HindiAbhishekKumarAmber.php. Retrieved 2016-10-16. 
  3. epaper.navbharattimes.com/paper/[email protected]@[email protected]
  4. https://literatureinindia.com/2016/09/28/khwab-ankhon-me-paale-hai/
  5. http://www.hindisatire.com/funny-kavita-by-abhishek-kumar-amber/
  6. http://www.shayervalley.com/?cat=99
  7. http://weblogrs.com/post.php?421=2426
  8. "साथ जबसे तुम्हारा मिला | अभिषेक कुमार अम्बर - Sahityapedia". sahityapedia.com. http://sahityapedia.com/साथ-जबसे-तुम्हारा-मिला-अभ-7205/. Retrieved 2016-10-16. 
  9. "जीवन है एक डगर सुहानी | अभिषेक कुमार अम्बर - Sahityapedia". sahityapedia.com. http://sahityapedia.com/जीवन-है-एक-डगर-सुहानी-अभिष-7208/. Retrieved 2016-10-16. 
  10. "महबूबा | अभिषेक कुमार अम्बर - Sahityapedia". sahityapedia.com. http://sahityapedia.com/महबूबा-अभिषेक-कुमार-अम्ब-7212/. Retrieved 2016-10-16. 
  11. "कब तक मदद करे भगवान - अभिषेक कुमार अम्बर". sahityamanjari.com. http://sahityamanjari.com/kab-tak-madad.html#.V9O6sjNX5is. Retrieved 2016-10-16. 
  12. "बसंत है आया". swargvibha.in. http://www.swargvibha.in/geet/all_geet/basanthaiaaya.html. Retrieved 2016-10-16. 
  13. "हम होंगे सबमें पास | अभिषेक कुमार अम्बर". bharatdarshan.co.nz. http://www.bharatdarshan.co.nz/magazine/article/child/677/hongein-sabmein-pass.html. Retrieved 2016-10-16. 

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