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(About the book North Campus)


These are the breathing stories which have lived. People who studied in North Campuswould be lost in the mist of past, with the desire in their heart to never come back...


- Vishal Bhardwaj
Music Composer & Filmmaker


In Tripurari’s writing there is tremendous mesmerization. Along with his language, he also captivates the readers with the themes. A unique world of love unbinds in his novel which is weaved on such a ground that surprises us.

- Anant Vijay

Journalist & Writer

Tripurari’s stories are a perfect depiction of the chaos experienced by millennial generation while going through the crisis of getting ahead which eventually influences their sensitivities, sensibilities, lifestyle and routine. He has beautifully used his poetic expressions to describe the evolution of emotional, sexual and psychological changes of this era. His prose reflects a brilliant usage of metaphors and similes.


- Rahman Abbas

  Urdu Novelist

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I am amazed after reading North Campus by Tripurari. These kinds of stories are not written in Hindi yet. Tripurari's way of writing is amazing and you can’t stop yourself from urging for more. The stories are knitted so well that you can’t get over the book even after completing it. While you read, you flow with the stories. The metaphors used are fresh and enchanting. Stories have got real feel and they take you to your own college days. Everyone should definitely read it.


- Divya Vijay

Hindi Fictionist

Tripurari's poetry is characterized by delicate empathy and sensitivity. His linguistic images are intense and touch the reader to the core. His themes are profound and lively, stimulate thought and leave meaningful scope for interpretation. It is of great intellectual benefit to study his poetry.

- Gertrud Edelmann

German Poet

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Tripurari’s voice is unmistakable, both on the page and to the ear. His poems are delivered with a tone of keen observation and authority. That voice speaks plainly of the more vulnerable parts of human experience—desire, pain, loneliness—but it does not quaver. Readers can find familiar themes in Tripurari’s poems yet come away surprised and changed due to the vivid imagery and creative use of language. Tripurari tirelessly shares his voice through memorable poems, as well as song lyrics and images that depict his words. 

- Laura Traister

English Author

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