Tribhawan Kaul was born in Jammu & Kashmir State of India on 01-01-1946 to a Kashmiri Hindu parents. Having been brought up and educated in Delhi with diverse cultural moorings; writing poems and short stories both in Hindi and English, has been his passion. He became a freelance published writer-poet after his superannuation from Indian Air Force/CGO(EQ) in December 2005.
Tribhawan Kaul is a bilingual freelance writer-poet. His published works include three anthologies/compilations in Hindi entitled Nane Muno Ke Rupak (1959), Sab-Rang (2010), Mann Ki Tarang (2012) besides Children of Lost Gods (2013) which is an anthology/compilation of his English poems.
His English and Hindi poems have been appreciated both by foreign and Indian poets resulting in selection and publication of his poems in various books and anthologies, e-magazines namely: How to Prevent Rape & Molestation/2010, Bhelpuri/2013, Inklinks/2013, In Our Own Words/2013, Acerbic Anthology/2013, Wordsmiths in Their Verse/2013. Lamhe/2013, Poems from Third World/2014, Safina/2014, Mandela Tributes/2014. Intercontinental Anthology of Poetry for Peace/2014, Kavyashala/2015, World Anthology of Poems on Global Harmony and Peace/2015, Purple Hues/2015, Just for You My Love/2015, Resonance- स्पंदन /2015, The Gust of Wits/2015, सोपान-2/2015, Melange/2015, Significant Anthology/2015 & magazines like e-Fragrance, e-Creative Ecstasy, Kashur Samachaar, Aagaman – the arrival & youtube etc.
Recently one of his poems ‘Love Love Love’ has been translated into the French language by Athanase Vantchev de Thracy, Poet – Paris – France, World President of Poetas del Mundo.