Dipanjan Bhattacharjee is an engineer by profession and a writer by passion. He holds a Bachelor's degree in Biomedical Engineering. An avid reader, he first explored his writing abilities when he was in the seventh grade. Writing simultaneously in three languages, that is, English, Bengali and Hindi, makes him stand out from the crowd.
He has received a myriad of laurels to date. He has also achieved over four hundred certificates from various national and international literary communities and awarded titles including 'Literary Colonel' by Story Mirror. He's also been nominated for International Book Of Records for 'Longest Poem' and 'Palindromic Poem'. In addition, he has written several solo poetry books on poetry and been a co-author of several best selling anthologies. His hobbies include listening to music, driving, and photography. Being a poet, he has many gurus. Nonetheless, his favourite poets are William Wordsworth, John Keats, PB Shelley, Byron, and Robert Frost. He also adores reading Bengali poets, his four most favoured Bengali poets being Rabindranath Tagore, Sukanta Roy, Kaji Nazrul Islam, and Michel Madhusudan Dutta.
Looking out of my window, I see birds fluttering and flying in the breeze,
Squeaking and chirping o’er canopies to search seclusion for nesting in peace.
With the yawning cerulean, they flap the first stroke of their wings,
And into the abysmal blue; in merriment, they fly amidst the cloudy rings.