Kushagra Srivastava is an Indian author, poet & Lyricist who has contributed to the writing industry with his remarkable work. He completed his schooling from St. James School & College and later enrolled in Kendriya Vidyalaya (KVS), where he completed his 12th grade. He pursued his engineering from the Feroze Gandhi Institute of Engineering & Technology and also received certifications in web development from Johns Hopkins University, data analysis from Google, computer graphics from Todai University – Japan, and data science from IBM. He also pursuing his BCA from IGNOU New Delhi.
Kushagra Srivastava has been honored with numerous awards and recognition for his work. He has received the National Campaign award in 2013 for BEE Conserve It, Kalabharti award from the National Institute in 2013, and the Award for Social Service from CIS N.C.C.P, New Delhi. He has also received various writing awards, including the Best Writer Award in 2017, 2018, and 2020 and the Creative Writer Award in 2018.
Kushagra Srivastava has co-authored several books, including Indelible Bonds by Aditi Shukla, A Game Of Dice by Urvi Gajjar, The Stooped Seraphim by Anushua Paul, and Ride Through The World by Angel Keswani. He has also contributed to Dil Ka Rishta Dosti by Kusum Lata, Offering Peace by Noel Lorenz, and Platonic Verses by Susmita Tripathy, among many others.
Apart from his writing career, Kushagra Srivastava has also worked as a producer for the book “Beauty of Word’s” by Priya Srivastava and Ridam and has composed famous songs like Ik Chehara, Nai Aata, Ek Tarfa, Tumko Sochte hi, Radhe and many more. He is the founder of Valuable Studio Productions & also been recognized with other awards, including the G.K. & G.S. award from Reliance, T.G.O. award from the Ministry of Environment and Climate Change, India, The Energy And Resource Institute, India, and UNESCO.
Overall, Kushagra Srivastava is a multi-talented individual who has contributed significantly to the writing industry and has received numerous awards and recognition for his work.