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Journey of a young poet from mountains to City of dreams Mumbai: Divyansh Rana

New Delhi: Born in a middle-class family to Mr. Vijay Rana and Mrs. Harshi Rana on December 4th, 1999, Divyansh Rana’s journey is an inspiring one that many of the youngsters would relate with. He comes from the spellbinding landscapes of Uttrakhand (Chamba,Tehri). He lived a simple yet happy life, and completed his matriculation from Modern School, Chamba and then moved to Delhi for his higher studies due to his father’s health issues. There, he completed his Intermediate from Guru Harkrishan Public school. Furthermore, he persued his graduation from Satyawati College. Divyansh has been a Zonal Champion Athlete. He is a state level player in 100 metres, 400 metres and Long Jump. He also contested the College President Elections but, couldn’t make it due to favoritism and bais. 

At the tender age of 19, Divyansh wrote his first book- ‘Who School Wali Zindagi.’ He also became famous for his poem named ‘Hote honge auro ke dost, apne kuch bhai hua karte the,’ which has over 50 million views on the internet. His other poetic works like 'Main Tujhe Pyaar Sikhaunga', 'Tum accha dikhte ho,' and 'Chota sheher bade sapne' have also left its audience mesmerized. Currently, he appears on the list of young poets and is working with BLive music. He is also a song-lyricist and a host. He started anchoring during his college days.

Apart from being an author, writer, storyteller, lyricist, host and a poet, Divyansh is also a hard-working and empathetic social-worker. In spite of belonging to a middle-class family, he wishes to be the reason behind someone’s smile and happiness. At first, he joined a couple of NGOs and started volunteering, but soon he realised that the NGOs were more interested in donations rather than actually helping the needy ones. So, he decided to open an NGO if his own, with the sole purpose of extending a helping hand to the helpless ones. He is the founder of an NGO named ‘Sikshit Deshbhakt Foundation’, which is his initiative to take part in various social activities, from his pocket money and bring a smile on the face of orphans, poor kids and abandoned parents. While others spent their college life partying and doing other activites, this was Divyansh’s way to contribute towards a better and happier society.

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