By: Marilyn L. Davis, Editor-in-Chief
Sunday Spotlight is an opportunity to highlight writers at Two Drops of Ink. This week, I’m featuring Dr. Archan Mehta, a prolific poet from India. His bio is impressive for the diversity of his writing, but his main pleasure comes from creating relatable poetry.
He makes us think and feel from his observations on people, corporations, institutions, and life.
And isn’t that the purpose of poetry?
Archan Mehta has earned a Ph.D. in Management.
Currently, Dr. Mehta is a Consultant and Writer based in India who trains clients in Stress Management through the ancient practice of meditation.
Dr. Mehta’s articles and case studies have been featured in HR Future. HR Future is a leading HR magazine based in South Africa, sourced by prestigious ivy league schools in America (USA) like Harvard and Princeton.
In 1990, Dr. Mehta won a national award for a short story in Onlooker Magazine based in Bombay (Mumbai), Maharashtra, India. The Judge was the late, great Khushwant Singh, India’s celebrated Journalist, Editor, Author, and Columnist.
Dr. Mehta’s works have appeared in numerous publications:
- American Poetry Anthology
- Poets United to Advance the Arts
- The Times of India
- The Indian Express
- HR Future, Business Manager
- India Today
- The Statesman
- Ahmedabad Mirror
- All India Management Association
- People Matters
- Society for Human Resource Management
Dr. Mehta is a member of several professional organizations, such as Society for Human Resource Management, Indian Society for Training and Development, Academy of HRD, Rural Marketing Association of India, Ahmedabad Management Association, Human Resource Association of India, Society for Applied Behavioral Sciences, National HRD Network and All India Management Association.
Dr. Mehta likes to stroll outdoors, listen to music, party with close friends, and read in his free time.
Please feel free to reach out to the poet at firstname.lastname@example.org or through LinkedIn.
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