About Bhairavi Sharma

“When they refuse to listen to you, persuade them to read you.”

Bhairavi Sharma has always been a girl with countless dreams. Right from the time she was a little girl, she chose books, pens, colors, palettes, canvas boards and words over people.

She is the youngest daughter of well-renowned Santoorist, Pandit Surendra Sharma, popularly known as the “100-string instrument man” in the industry.

She was one of the merit rankers and gold medalists during her Higher Secondary School (H.S.C.) and cleared her B.M.S. (Bachelors in Management Studies) with Distinction.

Her thirst for knowledge and education did not stop even after her graduation.

She attained first class in M.Com. (Masters in Commerce – Business Management)

Her eagerness to learn literature brought her to the doors of Masters in Arts and she completed her M.A. (Masters in Arts – English Literature), after which she also developed a keen interest to learn about the society, stepping onto her third master’s degree M.A. (Masters in Arts – Sociology)

The glimpses of Bhairavi’s life are featured on Your Story and Indian Viral Diary.