[vc_row bg_type=”bg_color” ult_hide_row=”ult_hide_row_value” css=”.vc_custom_1510589250422{margin-top: -60px !important;}” bg_color_value=”#000000″][vc_column width=”1/2″][bsf-info-box icon_size=”32″ title=”Testimonials” title_font=”font_family:Muli|font_call:Muli” title_font_color=”#ffffff” title_font_size=”desktop:36px;” css_info_box=”.vc_custom_1510588483201{padding-right: 45px !important;padding-left: 45px !important;}”][/bsf-info-box][/vc_column][vc_column width=”1/2″][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row css=”.vc_custom_1510591675316{margin-top: -40px !important;}”][vc_column][vc_row_inner][vc_column_inner width=”1/4″][vc_single_image image=”192″ img_size=”full”][/vc_column_inner][vc_column_inner width=”1/2″][bsf-info-box icon_size=”32″ desc_font_color=”#ffffff” desc_font_size=”desktop:17px;”]Amar Jyoti’s critically acclaimed book “Khamoshi di Awaazconnects values and norms which society has bestowed upon human spirit. Author Amar Jyoti expands on a paradigm of the silence which resides inside every human being ~ Prof.Sutinder Singh Noor (Scholar, Critic & Writer, Delhi-India) ~

 

Author and Poet Amar Jyoti beautifully succeeds in bringing to life vivid emotions, such as fear, anger, stress, love and acceptance ~ AjeetCour (Editor & Writer, Delhi-India) ~

 

Amar Jyoti’s celebrated book “Sochan de Nishan”represent the common man being lost in a subconscious world created by global imperialism ~ Prof. Deepak Manmohan Singh (Critic, Patiala-India) ~

 

Amar Jyoti’s mystical poetry book“Sufi Romance”is inspired by the great poet Bulle Shah on her mystical journey of which these poems are an account just like Dante was guided through the Netherworld by the poet Ovid 2000 years ago ~ Hans Plomp (Poet & Writer, Ruigoord-Holland) ~

 

Amar Jyoti’s research work “Nation Identity and Diaspora in Surinamese Poetry” is an enlightening example of Indian Literature being written outside of India. We congratulate Amar Jyoti for bringing such a genre of diasporic literature to the forefront ~ Prof.YograjAngrish (Critic, Chandigarh-India) ~

 

Author Amar Jyoti’s poetry includes deep Indian mythology and features, as well in her book“Holland de Hashai” she explores Dutch cultural themes. She has also introduced remarkably linguistic similarities between Dutch and Punjabi words ~ Dr.Vanita (Critic & Writer, Delhi-India) ~

 

Amar Jyoti’s exceptional poetry has shown the western world a new direction as she writes how she does not find enlightenment by sitting under a tree for years but by walking the path of life with its sufferings, joys, pitiful and love ~ Hans Roumbuts (Journalist, Holland) ~

 

I sense from her many critically acclaimed and very thought-provoking books like“MainuSita Na Kaho”and “Dropadi Ton Durga” that the Award-Winning Author Amar Jyoti is not a sentimental poet, nor is she the victim of male chauvinism. Amar Jyoti is down-to-earth in her approach to life and love ~ N.S Tasleem (Critic & Writer, Punjab-India) ~

There is a coherence which is found in Amar Jyoti’sgreat work, despite the variety of themes that are present in her poetry ~ Dr.Gurpal Singh Sandhu (Critic, Chandigarh-India) ~

 

Amar Jyoti ‘s graph of mythological material is bafflingly comprehensive ~ JordienZinovich (Journalist & Poet, New York-USA) ~

 

Author & Poet Amar Jyoti’s book “Nation Identity and Diaspora in Surinamese Poetry” is a unique daring document in the field of research. Amar Jyoti is very conscious and aware of research norms and omits her aesthetic sense which enriches her style of depiction with artistic touches. Her juxtaposition of an artist and research helps us to include her work in classic works ~ Prof. Deepak Manmohan Singh (Critic, Patiala-India) ~

 

Your poetry is always mind-blowing, “Waqt, Mausam ate Nazam” is a wonderful book and the terminology used in here is amazing with the subject matters being thought provoking ~Mota Singh Sarai (Punjabi Sath, UK) ~

 

“Holland de Hashai”is an incredible and insightful book, just like a mini-encyclopaedia which represents the Dutch culture and society ~ Dr.Chander Mohan (Critic, Chandigarh-India) ~ [/bsf-info-box][/vc_column_inner][vc_column_inner width=”1/4″][/vc_column_inner][/vc_row_inner][/vc_column][/vc_row]