Women; who constitute almost half of the population of this world have been ironically devoid of the worldly affairs. Indeed! They are considered the better half of the society, but still, they struggle for their own betterment in this patriarchal structure. Without a shred of doubt, the world has come a long way from the superstitions which used to consider women as a fallible object.
Even after we claim of being modern, this so-called modernity has not helped in bettering their status and this conscious irony has been tried to be deciphered by Sarika Singh in her upcoming masterpiece “The Muffin And The Little Girl”.
Passion amalgamated with the art of mastering multiple crafts defines Sarika Singh. A ravishing beauty, Sarika has imbibed her persona in crafting her own way. Basically belonging from Patna; the capital city of Bihar to an affluent family she has been an epitome of solidity.
A journalist by qualification and an artist by passion, she has established her class through her multiple crafts. Starting her career as an internee in DD News she went to work in HCL; one of the most recognised blue-chip companies of the country. Her introduction to the art world came in the form of an actress as she is an avid theatre artist. Her proficiency in writing has helped her to be an à la mode, as she is well versed in prose and poetry in the same proportion.
Apart from writing her poems and stories in her native language Hindi, she has an ardent command over English. Her prowess in writing has let her dare to establish herself as a lyricist which has been compounded by the fact that she is a trained singer. A firm believer in the basic emotions of a human being which shape the personality of the mortals, the assiduous thought-process are quite evident in the works of Sarika irrespective of language and genre.