Ankush Tiwari is set to republish his second book, “Hadon ke paar bhi ek duniya hai”, with an exclusive launch on Koo app, Koo is an Indian micro blogging platform, becoming voice for millions of Indians on social media.

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Founder of Global Savian Consulting LLP, Ankush Tiwari is an artist and an entrepreneur who has authored two books, and performed in more than 100 shows across India. He appeared in TEDxPortblair recently.

Sharing his life story has never been easy for him because it is the most vulnerable part of his life where despite of multiple set backs and no financial support, or “God father” he did not stop from achieving his goals in various aspects of his life, from being a poet to the founder of a leading IT start-up, he kept on moving forward and believes that he has reached to this stage of life because of the only mantra which he has learnt in life that winning must not be the final destination but the courage of not giving up even when all the odds are in your favour, certainly is.

Sometimes no one knows how a hobby, turns into passion and then into a successful profession, same occurred with Ankush Tiwari. His passion for reading and writing created a spell of achievements in the field of Hindi Urdu spoken word poetry arena.

Ankush’s second book is on the way to hit the market. “Hadon Ke Paar Bhi Ek Duniya Hai”
If you are a Hindustani poetry lover, then this book is a must for you.


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