Born on January 14,1922, Radhey Shiam inherited love for literature, painting, austere way of life, global brotherhood and human religion. His pen was influenced by Danish saint Mr. Alfred Emanuel Sorensen (popular as ‘Sunyata’) and his brush by American artist-cum-philosopher Mr. E.Brewster. He started composing Haikus on getting inspired by Dr Satya Bhushan Verma, the father of Indian Haiku. Haiku writing became his lifelong passion. Over decades, he gained recognition amongst noted Haiku composers of the world. ong of Life’ and ‘The Book of Life’ have been published in English. Radhey Shiam breathed his last on April 18,2015 after a brief illness.