Viplob Pratik (Poet, Lyricist, Author) is a prolific name when it comes to poems, lyrics, and translation in contemporary Nepali literary fraternity. He draws inspirations from everyday life, his thoughts are compact, and he is deeply sensitive to human values, hence his poems are naturally intense yet smooth. He has penned over a hundred poems in Nepali and English including two poem collections: “The person kissed by moon” and “Nahareko Manchhe”. He has written more than 400 songs. He published his debut novel ‘Abijit’ in 2017. Moreover, he has translated several writing pieces such as Durgalal Shrestha’s ‘The Unbridled Passion’ into English and ‘The Law’ by Frédéric Bastiat into Nepali. He is well known lyricist, his Nepali song “Haar Raat Sapani Maa” received three nationally acclaimed awards in 2000. His lyrics also include Abhaya & the Steam Injun’s album Nayan and two peace songs by Kutumba. He has also done his Nepali album called “Reminiscence”. He was one of the founders of Gallery Nine a contemporary art gallery in Nepal. He was the arts and literature editor of Himal Khabar Patrika, a major national publication of Nepal. He was the copy editor of Y! Magazine, and editor of Salil Magazine.