Satbir Chadha was born in Naini Tal, to an established business family. Early schooling was a scattered experience, but she finished school from St. Teresa’s Convent High School, Santa Cruz, Bombay, and went to The Sophia College in Bombay.
She is the author of the highly acclaimed book For God Loves Foolish People, a memoirs, for which she has been awarded the Reuel International Prize for Literature 2017.
She has contributed her poems in several national and international anthologies, includingJust For You My Love, Contemporary Major Indian Women Poets and Cloudburst, The Womanly Deluge by The Poetry Society Of India; and Kew published by Pangasinan Historical and Cultural Commission(PHCC) Philippines.
Her short story finds place in Silhouette 1&2, published by Authorspress in 2017.
Her latest book is a novel, a medical thriller called Betrayed, published in November 2017 by Vitasta Publishing Pvt Ltd.
This is her first solo collection of poetry.
Satbir Chadha currently lives in Delhi with her family.