Yash Singhania a 20-year-old was presented with the Rashtriya Gaurav award recently in New Delhi. The award was presented by ‘National Human Welfare Council’ at the press club of India, New Delhi.
The function was organised by Golden Era events and promotions. The event saw prominent political personalities like former Delhi MP Mahabal Mishra and G L Sharma, chairman of dairy development federation (Govt of Haryana).
The award was given to the young poet for his outstanding individual achievement and distinguished services to the nation. Yash Singhania hails from ‘Pandharkawada’, a small town bordering Maharashtra and Telangana.
Singhania is an avid poet, whose latest book, ‘A Cynic’s Shadow’, was critically acclaimed, allowing the writer to create his own niche in the dark poetry genre. Singhania is more than just a poet. He is affiliated with major newspapers of the USA as a columnist and contributing editor. The young poet is a part of Writers’ Rescue Centre where he mentors sad, lonely, depressed people and helps them carve a career in writing.
The ink pen fanatic, Yash Singhania believes that, “We are all prisoners of our thoughts and only art can save us.”
Through his tinted glasses he seeks to write his redemption and help a cornucopia of people who read the lines he fancies as poetry.
The shadows of home grown terrorism (Naxal insurgency) didn’t stop him from shining. He wants to put his small town on the map of the world and help people fight red evils through wisdom, wealth and words. He dedicates his award to the sacrifices of Indian Army.