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Tarun Cherian

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Name  Tarun Cherian
Role  Poet
Books  The Sun'S Handkerchief

Tarun Cherian Tarun CherianSpiritual Artist

Tarun Cherian is a poet, artist psychic and spiritual healer of India. For his celebrated poem A Writer's Prayer, he won the Second Prize in the All India Poetry Competition in 1990 organized by The Poetry Society (India) in collaboration with British Council. Tarun Cherian is the Founder of the Devadhara system of spiritual healing. He is also an award winning art director of commercial advertisement.

Biography

Tarun Cherian obtained his bachelor's degree in Economics from the St. Stephen's College and master's degree from the Delhi School of Economics. However, in his own words, his real education occurred

Cherian is the author of "The Chronicle of Death and Rebirth", "Speaking in Tongues", "The Greater I" and "The Sun's Handkerchief". He has also conducted six solo art exhibitions in Delhi and Bangalore.

Tarun's life partner Celia Cherian is a practising reiki master. They met each other while working as advertisement professionals. Presently they devote their full-time to spreading awareness about spiritual healing of chronic diseases through past life regression.

References

Tarun Cherian Wikipedia


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