Virendra V Vaishnav is a multi-talented personality with lots of arts given as gift by God. He is simultaneously recognized as an Author, Painter, Designer, Poet, Cartoonist, Modern Artist, Journalist, Religious Speaker, Life Advisor, Singer and Spiritual Music Composer. He has achieved many awards in these fields as his work across multiple disciplines broadly addresses narratives of human experience. His Literature and Arts reflect his wide interactions with people from different countries.
Virendra was jailed in Lajpore Central Prison, Surat, Gujarat State in India from November 2010 in connection with alleged crime murder charged 302 of Indian Penal Code, which he has not done. After completed eight years there, he was declared innocent by the court on dated 27 November 2018 and released from the iron bars. His fight beginning was with a silent dialogue with judiciary; the law was silent on matters such as the delay and long trial process, so the law was not within the Supreme Almighty framework. Even in prisonhood he has won three times National Award “Tinka Tinka India Award” and also won three times National Drawing Competitions organised by Prison Ministry India. His previous two books ‘Life Behind the Bars’ and ‘Prison Prisoner Pain & I’ are published during his imprisonment, and he has got very prominent identity among people from all over the world. People have seen their image in his suffering and pain. He proved that- One can’t be prevented from performing good works.
The words speak of emotions, experiences and circumstances that he encountered in his life, during a span of prison time. He is sensitive towards helping people facing problems in his surroundings. Every day he helps people around him in a small way through his words, as he believes he has achieved his goal as a human. To pursue his inherent passion for art and literature, He decided to take some time in everyday life.