Sandeep Dahiya (Sufi) writes on a variety of issues and different genres including fiction, non-fiction, creative non-fiction and poetry. Mr. Dahiya holds double post-graduation degrees: Masters in Journalism and Mass Communication; M.Sc. Ecology and Environment. He has 15 years of editorial experience with reputed academic publishers in the country. His books include: Footsteps Lost (Minerva Press, 2001); Verses from the Land of Farmers’ Messiah (ABC Publishers, 2004); Faceless Gods (Notion Press, 2014); Beyond and Beneath(2015, Invincible Publishers); A Half House (Invincible Publishers, 2016);Chimp, Champ, Chops (Invincible Publishers, 2016); Lost in Red Mist (Invincible Publishers, 2017); Ice Cubes on Desert Sands (Invincible, 2018).
Sandeep was interviewed for the coveted IAS and PCS, before finally cracking Haryana Civil Services.Unfortunately, the batch was denied appointment on political grounds: a fallout of the political parties engaged in mindless confrontation. He continues to fight for his rights in the court for the last 14 years.
Having taken a life-cherishing sabbatical, Sandeep roams in the mountains, reads, writes and most importantly meditates to explore the farthest recesses of his inner self.
His aim in life is to read more and write better.
Blog Musings and Mutterings: https://sufi–musingsmutteings.blogspot.com/