Starting in 1980s, Tribhuvan has spent nearly four decades in Journalism. His Master's study in Hindi Literature and later legal studies have shaped his understanding of the socio-political environment in the country.
From the panchayat centers at Indo-Pak border to the country's capital, Delhi, his scope of work has been very vast. He began his innings at Dainik Jagran with a renowned editor Kamleshwar. For BBC, he has covered the State of Rajasthan. He has covered subjects ranging from politics and agricultural economy to literature and culture.
In last two decades with Dainik Bhaskar, he has been a unit Editor and Executive Political Editor. He has also been the head of Rajasthan Bureau of Dainik Bhaskar in New Delhi, then editor of Udaipur Edition. He has developed a certain style in political reporting.
As a media person, he has participated in the UN Climate change Conference COP-18 held in Doha (Qatar) and Pravasi Bharatiya Divas event in Singapore. He accompanied the President of India during his visits to Mongolia and South Korea.
His creative and research based writings have been compiled as books under the title ‘Bharatiya Rashtravaad ke Nav Pariprekshya’ (New perspectives of Indian Nationalism) and Dankal Prastaav: Mithak aur Yathaarth (Dunkel Draft : Myth and Reality). ‘Shoodra’: (a long poem) and ‘Kuch Is Tarah Aana’ are his collections of poems.