Randhir Khare, an award-winning writer, poet, folklorist, and educator, boasts a prolific literary career with over thirty published volumes encompassing poetry, fiction, nonfiction, and educational literature. His literary contributions have received both national and international acclaim. Khare's poetry has been adapted to music by the renowned A.R. Rahman, and it has been performed in collaboration with artists from various genres, including Western classical, jazz, and folk musicians. His poetic works have also been utilized in creative arts and educational workshops conducted in several countries worldwide. Furthermore, Randhir Khare has held positions as a Visiting Professor of Literature, Creative Writing, and Media at prestigious Indian institutions and universities. His dedication to cultural documentation has led to the preservation of folkloric traditions among communities such as the Bhil, Bhilala, Kota, Toda, Nari Kurava, Katkari, and others in regions spanning North and South Gujarat, Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, and Madhya Pradesh. This includes translating tribal folklore and poetry and promoting traditional music and oral traditions. In recent times, Khare founded "The Living Heritage Movement," a initiative aimed at supporting and nurturing practitioners and performers of traditional art forms and cultural heritage.