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Ritu Mishra


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Ritu Mishra, is a researcher and short story writer living in Bhopal, Madhyapradesh. Her research articles and short stories have been published in various newspapers and magazines like ‘Deccan Herald’, ‘Archeology’

  • Published an article on “Archaeology in need of a Renaissance” in the Deccan Herald newspaper.
  • Published ‘Raise the Roof’, a story about attempts to provide a roof to the Shiva Temple at Bhojpur, near Bhopal in India, in ‘Archaeology News’ in the magazine ‘Archaeology’, published by the Archeological Institute of America, in its May/June 2001 issue.
  • Edited and proof read a book, ‘Khajuraho, With Latest Discoveries’, authored by Dr. P.K.Mishra, and a publication of Sundeep Prakashan, New Delhi in 2001.
  • ‘Healing myself’- a journey through personal crisis- was published by
Editorial Team of Indian Ruminations.



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