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Mona Verma is an award-winning author of 8 books and over a dozen anthologies which are the subject of thesis for many Research Scholars and the ICSE ELT series. She has edited various science journals, self-help books, and biographies. She specializes in Haiku, Limericks, and Tanka poetry.

Listed as one of the 50 Iconic Authors 2022, she is a Paul Harris Fellow, Chief Coordinator for FLO FICCI, UK Literature Committee, and member of the Asia Development Bank.

She co-owns DISHA, which trains MNCs, PSUs, and Universities for EPT, FTP, PEP and PSI, and OB programs in India and abroad.

A Paul Harris fellow, she actively volunteers with Interplast, Germany, and Rotary International foundation for the treatment of surgical accidents and burns victims.

She has served as an executive member in the Management Committee of Anushruti, a social initiative of IIT, Roorkee for the exemplary work done for the special children at Anushruti.

She is also serving as a member of the Academic Review Committee with Anushruti, IIT Roorkee.

She has chaired the Outreach Committee with the Kumaon Literary Festival planning board.

She has been offered to organize and curate FICCI FLO Literature Festivals and is a regular speaker at CBL panels, across the country. She is serving as the Chief Coordinator for FLO FICCI, Uttarakhand Literature Committee for the third consecutive year.

She has also done voiceovers for various Documentaries, Radio Podcasts, and Online series.

She has been featured in the ‘Incredible Women of India’ talk shows. Dateline Dehradun has listed her amongst the most prominent figures of the state of the U.K. for her contribution to literature.

She has also been listed in the ‘Iconic Authors 2022 catalog for her eminent standing as a literary figure.

Recently, she has been chosen as a Jury at the prestigious Insolvency Law Academy to judge literature documents on Bankruptcy and Insolvency.

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Khane Mein Kya Hai: The Quintessential Question - Mona Varma In Conversation with Dr. Shakti Sharma

On 20th Nov 11.00 PM TO 11:40 PM


Chanakya and the Art of Parenting - Session for Parents By Dr. Radhakrishnan Pillai In Conversation with Mona Verma

On 20th Nov 12.00 PM TO 12:40 PM

This discussion was definitely good for thought giving a perspective to this question. Khane me kya hai, with respect to harmony, with all the members. Khane me “bhav” hona chahiye magical ingredient with all love. E R O = Event Response Outcome Will definitely half the audience Change their Behaviour and help them have a correct outcome see the food concept as a real-life example. What you are is all about what you are given it. Message given - Health is the ultimate wealth.


Rediscovering Mythology: The need of the hour -Lalitha Balasubramanian Mona Varma Akshat Gupta In Conversation with Sandeep Agrawal

On 20th Nov 02.00 PM TO 02:40 PM

Mrs. Lalitha Balasubramanian - spoke about her validation of history and mythology by narrating all her experiences by physically visiting those places and bringing a broader and pragmatic understanding of events, which is a very distinctive feature of her books as well. Mrs. Mona Verma - talked about Upanishads and the smritis which can be practised as values and she also stressed the difference between history and mythology. Mr. Akshat Gupta - brought the lighter version of his understanding of how mythology and Sathyalogy could be. His narratives were based on virtues that our grant possesses strongly and one should not look only at the western interpretation but should go deep into knowing what we as Indians are made of in the past.