Press Kit

Please direct media and speaking engagements to kinravini@gmail.com

Articles by Vinita Kinra:

The Times of India          Global Asian Times       Intercultural Dialogue Institute

Print and broadcast media coverage for Vinita Kinra:

 

Rogers TV & OMNI TV interview on Kitty Talk Show (Aired Nov. 28, 2015)

CBC  Radio Inteview           ICI Radio Canada Interview            Mississauga News

CRRF 42/150 stories (Government)               Montreal Serai

RULA Toronto (University)          The South Asian Times  (Page 24)

Toronto World Arts Scene     WEN Toronto      Le Métropolitain

Clamorworld Interview     Vancouver Library      Writer Story Interview

Conseil Scolaire Viamonde         ATN (TV) Canada Interview (aired Nov. 24, 2013)

Vinita Kinra’s famous quotes adopted by global organizations:

Uber Quotes         Goodreads Quotes       Great Sayings        Quotes Wiki

Best Quotes Ever            AZ Quotes          Nationality Quotes       Brainy Words

Quotes Angel            Jar of Quotes       More Famous Quotes       Quote Master

 

 

 

 

Downloadable pictures:

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Vinita Kinra

Vinta Kinra, profile picture

Bio:

Vinita Kinra was born in Milton (Ontario), Canada on June 2, 1975, and holds a Master’s degree in French. She debuted her career as an English teacher in France with prestigious high school, Lycée Internationale Stendhal, followed by lectureship at Université Stendhal and Université d’Orléans.

She is an internationally renowned author, public speaker and activist, best known for her collection of fictional short stories, Pavitra in Paris, published to critical acclaim in 2013.

Vinita’s sharp, thought-provoking quotations have appeared alongside world legends like Gandhi, Buddha, Einstein, Jimmy Carter and H.G. Wells. Her next book, IMAGINE: Selected Quotations, is launching in 2016. Many of her quotations have been adopted by business houses, fashion schools and international organizations for their powerfully fresh take on pertinent global issues like environmental protection, religious harmony, nation building, friendship, love, destiny, death, success, wisdom, spirituality and much more.

Vinita is a sought after public speaker, frequently invited to deliver speeches in English and French at schools, community groups, womens’ organizations, and writers’ and entrepreneurs’ groups throughout the Greater Toronto Area. Her speeches on the need to fight racism and discrimination, global warming, gender inequality, social injustice and violation of human rights have received wide media attention, including CBC.

Vinita is at work on her novel, Live and Let us Live, a gripping suspense between life and death, set in the burning backdrop of climate change in the pristine Himalayan valleys of India.