Ranjita Biswas is a versatile professional, working as an independent journalist, fiction and travel writer, as well as a translator. Her contributions span various topics, including gender issues, development, health, film, travel, and art and culture, in both national and international publications. Her journalistic work and creative writing focus extensively on different aspects of North East India. Ranjita has received awards for her children's fiction, including recognition from the Children's Book Trust. Her most recent literary work, "Music of the Hills," is an adventurous story aimed at young adults, published by the National Book Trust. Additionally, she has curated "Folktales from Assam, Meghalaya, and Arunachal Pradesh," a collection of retold stories drawn from the rich folktale tradition of North East India.