Aarti Siddhapura received the award for her collection of poems ‘Yaadon Ka Dakghar’
Writer and scriptwriter AartiSiddhapura has been awarded Best Poetess by Litvoice Magazine for her collection of poems ‘Yaadon Ka Dakghar’.
Originally from Amreli, Aarti started writing in Gujarati. Her first book was a collection of short stories called Samipya. The book contains short stories in the Gujarati language in the vicinity that readers are still liking. she wrote that book with writer PradipPrajapati. After that, a collection of poems ‘Yaadon Ka Dakghar’ has been published in Hindi. This book can be called the first Solo book of Aarti. The book contains a collection of various poems and quotes. The book is published by a publisher named Writersgram Publication.
Aarti hails from a small town in Gujarat’s Amreli district and has lived in Ahmedabad for the past two years. Coming from a small and remote area, Aarti’s dreams were very high and this is why she joined IT. Remained active in engineering as well as writing. Aarti says that I already loved reading in Hindi-Urdu along with Gujarati and since childhood, I have been immersed in folklore and thus I started my writing in my mother tongue Gujarati. My teacher at school was a poet so my interest in folklore and cultural activities grew. Then I met a Gujarati writer named Pradip Prajapati and he supported me a lot and so I started writing and today my writing has been published in book form. Aarti Siddhapura is an IT engineer herself and also writes screenplays and columns. Aarti also writes columns in New Zealand’s Gujarati newspaper ‘Namaste Gujarat’ and has also worked in a Gujarati web series called ‘Premni Puranpuri’. She has a lot of followers on social media and Aarti stays connected with them regularly and they also like Aarti’s writing very much. Aarti’s journey, which started in a small town, is going very well today. Now, Aarti Siddhapura is all set to serve people with a new book in the near future.