poet Tribhawan Kaul

Tribhawan Kaul

Tribhawan Kaul
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I was born in J & K State of India on 01-01-1946 to a Kashmiri Hindu parents. Having been brought up and educated in Delhi with diverse cultural moorings; writing poems, both in hindi and english, has been my passion and I became a freelance published writer-poet after my superannuation from Indian Air Force/ CGO(EQ) in December 2005.

I am a bilingual freelance writer-poet. My published works include three anthologies in hindi viz Nane Muno Ke Rupak (1959) , Sab-Rang (2010) , Mann Ki Tarang (2012) , Bus Ek Nirjharni Bhawnaaon Kee (2016) besides ‘ Children of Lost Gods’ (2013) & Refreshing Writes (2015) which are anthologies of my english poems/short-stories.
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  • ''Everyone deserves his/her own luck and luck comes in disguise of an opportunity. Grab the opportunity, you will find luck smiling on you.:''
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  • ''Everyone deserves his/her own luck and luck comes in disguise of an opportunity. Grab the opportunity, you will find luck smiling on you''
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  • ''Eyes always have been powerful medium of silent expression/TK''
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  • ''Positive and negative thinking are the two side of the same coin. It depends upon the mental makeup of the person to initiate right action according to one's right attitude/TK''
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  • ''Maturity comes with age and with it rigidity too. However to swim with the times, both rigidity and flexibility is desired according to the situation./TK''
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  • Sanchita (9/18/2019 11:39:00 PM)

    Hi, I want to use your poem for a photoseries blog. Can you please send an email to sanchita@projectfuel.in to take the conversation forward?
    Would really appreciate it. Thank you!

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  • Kumarmani Mahakul (10/3/2018 10:55:00 PM)

    On behalf of all fellow poets, PH family and our Mahakul family we offer a title of honour to poet Tribhawan Kaul born on 01 January 1946 in Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir, India as, Literature Galaxy (साहित्य आकाशगंगा) . From today on-wards he will be known as Literature Galaxy Tribhawan Kaul. In Hindi he will be known as साहित्य आकाशगंगा त्रिभुवन कौल. This honourary title is offered to him due to his long-time perseverance and his contribution to the world literature.

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  • Amir Mohammad Islami Chalandar (6/8/2014 6:46:00 AM)

    sounds really great. you are showing your emotions nice. you will have great future in poetry. i invite you to read my poems. as a friendly look.

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  • Aparna Pathak (1/1/2013 10:57:00 PM)

    this is really a great write on Tribhawan ji.He excels equally in both language, Hindi as well as English. i like the way he put his thoughts in simple way that touches heart. I am always full of respect for him. His is wonderful person to know. I feel lucky to know him.

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  • Wahab Abdul (12/23/2012 4:11:00 AM)

    Contribution of poet Tribhawan Kaul on poetry
    The poet I suddenly acquainted with on facebook is Mr. Tribhawan Kaul and found him a man par excellence in writing poetry as well as exquisite dramas in Hindi and in English. In the plethora of writers of modern times I found him outstanding while he treats variety of themes with social and political consciousness and with love and philosophy. He distinguishes himself from others having the quality of directness yet very deep, he knows how to use the heart poetry writing, the figure of speech, especially the metaphor and simile. Oblique and dual use of language sometimes weaved with fine thread in his poetry to give wider significance and many directions with multiple layers. Economy of words and condensation are basic features of his poetry.

    The essence of human being is humanism though we differ in definition, that very humanism is the basic philosophy of him, he is always above all of the negativities of life as he knows every part of his body reacts with the thoughts and those negativities will kill his creation, so he is very positive in life, he never allows the notions which are floating around him nowadays like sectarianism, chauvinism and communalism. His rock hard integrity and solid personality which he earns though his army life fetch him many friends in quick time who are found to swarm around him always.

    He is very concern with the children, especially Indian, as he knows very well that they are the future of nation so he writes poems after poems like ‘’girl child ‘’ ‘’children of lost god ‘’ expressing his charged emotions. His rousing consciousness never allows him to over look the new ailments of our society which kill us secretly bit by bit so he roars with anger in the poems ‘’trauma ‘’ and ‘’shame of sin ‘’

    Philosophy is life, life is philosophy, no poet is beyond the rim of it, he is not exception either , he is rather master of philosophy, his candle of philosophy buns with big flames in the poems ‘’death ‘’ ‘’silence ‘’ ‘’seek within ‘’ ‘’musings ‘’ ‘’god –where are you? ‘’ one needs to read with deep understanding and great concentration.

    His forms of poetry are as wide as his variety of themes, he is expert in writing Senryu, Haiku, cinnaquain, a variety of oddquains, triolet, couplet and different kinds of etherees.He sieved out the words with utmost care to fit the appropriateness in the forms and themes of his diverse quality of poems, the zest and energy in his poems are magnetic, the flow of his poems rushes with the sweet murmuring sound of a gust of wind, the tone is sober, the texture is neat and clean, the diction is purposefully simple in order to reach to the common people without compromising the quality which is by itself become a distinctive quality, simple yet deep and profound.

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  • Heather Wilkins (12/16/2012 11:17:00 PM)

    Tribhawan Kaul is a great artist. His poetry is among the best I have read. He excells in words and thoughts. It you desire to read excellent poetry you will not be disappoined reading Tribhawan's work. He is a gentleman, good friend, and a wonderful person. He is preparing his manuscript for an upcoming new book of poetry. good luck Tribhawan.

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  • Wahab Abdul (12/7/2012 7:12:00 AM)

    Its my sheer pleasure to write on a man who is a giant dramatist a poet par excellence and gentle like elephant, a friend like shadow, his mind is as high and wide as the vast sky, he is deep in his thinking like the pacific ocean, he never swayed way with the biased and negative notions of life, humanity in diversity is his philosophy of life drives his activities, he has an accuracy to say on everything, on every topic as he has seen in his long life the flood and drought, storms, high and low tides. his experience glitters on the rims of his writings, a fountain of joy, on which we can quench our thirst for the days to come, a river always flows with warm and affectionate water for ever.

    He was born in a Kashmiri Pandit/hindu family in Srinagar, capital of Jammu & Kashmir in India on 1stJanuary,1946. The word ‘Pandit’ denotes a man/woman of great wisdom and knowledge. A very learned person. It is derived from the Sanskrit word ‘Pandita’ meaning scholar/an intellectual. The title ‘Pandit’ stuck with kashmiri hindus during the Mughal King Akbar’s(1552-1605) rule for their mastery in every field of governance, literature and religious philosophies. He spent the early phase of his childhood in Srinagar till the age of seven and then visiting his native place often to sustain his love towards his birthplace. He befriended Jhelum, the river, for learning to flow constantly without stagnating, He prayed in the lap of temples and visited mosques believing in two different faiths enriching brotherhood, peace and love. He remained in the company of flora and fauna which always surprised him witnessing the wonderful creation of that one entity, whom we call Ishwar, Allaha, or the God.

    Since the concept of pre-schooling was not there in Kashmir and children were put in school only after turning six, the beautiful surroundings, the festivities, blending of two different cultures of hindus and muslims became natural teachers to his upbringing during his impressionable years.
    His father Sh. B.N.Kaul was a teacher in National High School but soon migrated to New Delhi(Capital of India) for better prospects. During his formative years in Delhi, He was exposed to kavi sammelans/ mushairas(both poetic meets) held at various places and sufi singing by Qawwaals at Darghah Nizammudin Aullia. This exposure to varied thoughts of different personalities and cultural ethos remained ingrained in his conscience. He started writing few poetic verses and then mixing them with simple one-act plays, also written by himself, on which he used to mono-act at various forums in front of august gathering that included Late Aruna Asaf Ali, the then Mayor of Delhi, Kavi Harivansh Rai Bachchan and Ellsworth F Bunker, the then Ambassador of America in India (1956-57) .

    Later in 1959 at the insistence of a publisher and with the able guidance of his father he compiled all his one-act plays into a manuscript form, which were published in a book titled ‘ Nanhe Muno Ke Rupak’. He was thirteen years old that time. He recollect distinctly that he was made editor of the school magazine after his book was published.
    College life was for exploring new frontiers, to enjoy new found freedom, indulging in youthful dreams and fulfilling them as far as practicable. His creative acumen gave him a chance to become member of dramatic club and he won several prizes including a silver medal in acting at University Level. Attending various kavi sammelens and listening to poets of great repute like Bal Kavi Vairagi, Gopal Dass Niraj, Kaka Haathrasi, Harivansh Rai Bachchan, Gopal Dass Vyas etc. nurtured his ambition to express his feelings in verses culminating in hindi compositions in diaries.

    This was the time when he also learnt about literary art of Shakespeare, Wordsworth, Keats, S T Coleridge and their poetry, and he started writing poems in English too but was always shy of showing them to others.

    Once the college was over and a degree earned, the onus fell on him to search for a job to financially support his family as this was the natural way of survival in every lower middle class Indian family. More so as he was the eldest of the siblings in the family.

    He joined the Indian Air Force in the logistic cadre(1967-2005) , and the entire period of service till retirement was a sort of hibernation of his talent barring few occasions every year when he could showcase his talent and win accolades and prizes. Occasionally his poems got published in magazines/ in house journals too. He also came to terms with selection and rejection as he understood that these two words were part and parcel of a writer’s/poet’s life.

    He has always maintained that writing makes one a complete human being, as it brings out the true person behind the physical facade, besides having a calming effect on the writer.

    Writing poems and expressing his feelings in verses had always been his hobby, but became his passion after retirement from the post of CGO(EQ) /Assistant Director in December2005. Two anthologies of his hindi poems titled as ‘Sab Rang’ and ‘Mann Ki Tarang’ were published in the years 2010 and 2012 respectively. He also started writing English poetry. The real impetus to write in English language came in the year 2009 when one of his poems ‘Trauma’ was published in Dr. Aroona Reejsinghani’s book- ‘How to prevent rape & molestation.’ His English poems were highlighted under the column ‘Poems to Ponder’ on www.verdurez.com (a social networking site for the elderly and the young at heart) , and were also posted on few other poetic websites like www.poemhunter.com and www.poetfreak.com.

    Though his forte is writing poems in free verses both in Hindi and English, he always strives to excel in other forms of poetry as well.

    Although his association with ‘The Heart of Global Poets- a Workshop & the Publishing Platform’ a facebook group is recent, it allows him to grasp the finer points of poetic excellence and expression on various subjects. This group has given him the confidence to stand with much more accomplished Indian and international poets.

    In short his journey to the kingdom of poetry is through the feelings absorbed and observed by the happenings within him, around him and in the world. As much as possible he tries to portray facts as Plato, the Greek philosopher who said, “poetry comes nearer to vital truth than history.”

    His spouse Lalita, an elegant lady, and the love of his life, has always been supportive of all his poetic endeavours. He is able to follow his passion vigorously because of her unconditional love and support though the years.

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  • The Reader (12/2/2012 8:17:00 AM)

    wonderful visit of this your poetry page on PH Tribhawan Kaul ji, you are a natural poet with philanthropic, positive and optimistic thinking.Other than your poems, your article on AbdulWahab is really a wonderful and commendable literary contribution.keep on writing nice poems, we are your readers wishing you all the very best in life!

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Best Poem of Tribhawan Kaul

I Am Not A Poet?

I am not a poet?

I am not a poet, mutated in womb
I am not a poet, born with a silver spoon
I am not a poet, left with poetic legacy
I am not a poet, boasting of a dynasty
I am not a poet, honed in workshops
I am not a poet, lined up in bookshops
I am not a poet, dissected in seminars
I am not a poet, enjoy backing of poetic czars.

I write poems, as I feel like expressing
in verses,
my emotions and my feelings
rhythmical or free, I worry not
to the poesy tenets, I stick not
my fault,
being sensitive to ongoing happenings
forth comes ...

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