Dr.Sandhya Tiwari

Rookie (14-01-1976 / hyderabad)

Biography of Dr.Sandhya Tiwari

Dr.Sandhya Tiwari believes, 'Dreams are dreams, no matter how big or small they are'. The dream of a shelter for the one lacking is equally precious when compared to the dream of a multi millionaire to expand his business overseas.
Dr.Sandhya Tiwari, who did her PhD in Diaspora Studies from Osmania University. She has eight years of teaching experience and is presently working as an Associate Professor in English at an engineering college located at Hyderabad. She has done her M.Phil in American Literature and her favourite novel in American Literatute is 'Old Man and the Sea' by Ernest Hemingway.

Dr.Sandhya has participated and presented papers at National and International conferences, and enjoys teaching Literature, ELT and Communication Skills. She has passion for teaching which she believes is a noble profession.

Arnold said that poetry is a criticism of life, and it interprets life for us, sustains us and consoles us. Poetry can come to rescue man, showing him new vistas to explore which he often tends to overlook due to the circumstances driven life. It serves the purpose of both the writer and the reader. On the one hand the writer attempts to unleash the voice with in and on the other hand the reader awakens and reflects on that.

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Wake Up Call To All

You cannot see the wind but feel it
You can feel the love but cannot steal it

We know there is wind when the leaves rustle
Same is the feel of the bond,
That takes the spirit away even if you are in a castle

Wind at times is turbulent
As the ways of God are beyond commonsense

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