Violate Kumar Pandey was conceived on 5 December 1974 in Motihari, Bihar India. He has a place with Bhumihar Brahmin an upper standing network. He is a columnist, an essayist, Indian TV stay just as senior official part at NDTV India. Also, He has a place with an exceptionally poor locale of a nation (Motihar, Bihar) where individuals didn’t think a lot about political philosophies. His voyage from Bihar to Delhi is actually quite intense and he turns into a genuine motivation for the adolescent of our nation.
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Violate did his tutoring from Loyola High School in Patna and from that point onward, he moved to Delhi for higher examinations. He did his Graduation from Deshbandhu College, University of Delhi and from that point forward, he got his post-graduate recognition in reporting from the Indian Institute of mass correspondence.
Violate got the Prestigious Ganesh Shankar Vidyarthi grant for Hindi news-casting and innovative writing of 2010 from the leader of India which was granted in 2014. He was additionally granted as the columnist of the year in 2013 and 2017 and was respected with Ramnath Goenka Excellence in Journalism grant. By the Indian express in 2016, he was incorporated into the rundown of 100 most powerful Indians and by the Indian press club in 2016 he was named as the best writer of the year. He was granted Kuldip Nayar grant in March 2017 for his commitment to the field of news coverage.
Violate had an adoration marriage and he wedded to Nayana Dasgupta, who is the head instructor of history in the Lady Shree Ram school, New Delhi. His marriage is loaded with results in light of the fact that both are intercaste and their folks are not prepared for this marriage but rather Ravish stood firm and was adhering to his choice and now they are cheerfully living and guardians of two lovely girls.
Violate Kumar is a writer likewise and he composed books Ishq Mein Shahar Hona, Dekhate Rahiye, Ravishpanti, and the free voice: On Democracy, Culture, and the Nation.