Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in literary journals, online publications, and anthologies across three continents and six countries. Sweta has held attended workshops and artist residencies in Europe and USA.
She is a graduate of Columbia University. As a teenager, Sweta loved literature with the same passion as she loathed the sciences.
She wanted to be an Indian Jane Austen. She recollects that her organic chemistry notebook in Mussoorie contained poetic inscriptions instead of formulas.
In one of the geography quizzes about the tribes of the world, despite knowing the answer "Aborigines. I can never forget it after that day," she admits Sweta wrote that "Mr.
Darcy" was the nomadic tribe of Australia. Sweta lives in New York City with her husband, way too many Apple products, dreams, wine, books, and lots of friends. Aside from writing and reading, she loves dancing, taking yoga classes, playing the piano, traveling, cooking, talking to her two nieces, and entertaining guests. Are You an Author? Help us improve our Author Pages by updating your bibliography and submitting a new or current image and biog. Showing 13 Results Books: Louisiana Catch 10 Apr Only 2 left in stock - order soon.
Saris and a Single Malt 1 Aug She is a graduate of Columbia University. Cultures and mythologies collide along the way, and the result is a chapbook that feels like a quest. In the end, the colors are a map to identity. The child's pink tonsils or the bride's red sari are not symbols, but rather mile markers. About the Chapbook The book delves into the implication and philosophy of colors from a Hindu woman's point of view, from birth until death.
The color she adorns herself with almost depicts the story of her life.
Expressed through different poetic and verbal forms, each color in the book has its own tone and is specific to different age groups. The Seven Gods of Luck.
Hazrat Murshid Inayat Khan. Death and the life beyond. Quiet Reflections of the Human Spirit. Meditation for the Aspiring Caveman. Two Stories of Kings. Conduits of the Sublime. Poems from Another Realm.
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Little Wave and Old Swell. What's The Point In Everything?
A Circle in a World of Squares A Journey to Belong. Night Sky with Exit Wounds.
Too Much and Not the Mood. City Times and Other Poems. The Feeling May Remain. Whispers Through the Veil: The Poetic Philosophy of Thoughts and Inspiration. Path to Mandala or Eternal Pilgrimage. Breaking the Alabaster Jar. A Place Called No Homeland. Light Shining in the Distance. The Colors of Desire. My Bouquet, For You. How to Write a Suicide Note. Spiritual Teachings for Young Souls.