Raghuvir Sahay

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Raghuvir Sahay
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Born (1929-12-09)9 December 1929
Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, India
Died 30 December 1990(1990-12-30) (aged 61)
Delhi, India
Occupation writer, poet, translator, journalist
Spouse Bimleshwari Sahay
Children Manjari Joshi, Hema Singh, Gauri Richards, Vasant Sahay

Raghuvir Sahay (रघुवीर सहाय) (1929–1990)[1] was a versatile Hindi poet, short-story writer, essayist, literary critic,[2] translator, and journalist. He remained the chief-editor of noted, political-social, Hindi weekly, Dinmaan, 1969–82.[3]

He was awarded the 1984 Sahitya Akademi Award in Hindi for his poetry collection, Log Bhool Gaye Hain (लोग भूल गये हैं) (They Have Forgotten,- 1982),.[4][5]

His other noted works are Atmahatya Ke Viruddh (आत्महत्या के विरुद्ध), Hanso Hanso Jaldi Hanso (हँसो हँसो जल्दी हँसो) and Seedhiyon Par Dhoop Mein (सीढ़ियों पर धूप में). Famous TV News Reader Manjari Joshi is his daughter and media expert Prof. Hemant Joshi is his son in law.

Bibliography

  • Sanchayita Raghuvir Sahay (Selected Works), comp. Krishna Kumar.
  • Kuch pate kuch chitthiyan (कुछ पते कुछ चिट्ठियाँ)
  • Log Bhool Gaye Hain (लोग भूल गये हैं)
  • Atmahatya Ke Viruddh (आत्महत्या के विरुद्ध)
  • Hanso Hanso Jaldi Hanso (हँसो हँसो जल्दी हँसो)
  • Seedhiyon Par Dhoop Hein (सीढ़ियों पर धूप में)[5]

Further reading

  • Raghuvir Sahay ki kavyanubhuti aur Kavyabhasha, by Anantakirti Tiwari. 1996, Visvavidyalaya Prakasan
  • Raghuvir Sahay aur Malyaz ka Alochana Karam, "Kavita aur Samay" by Arun Kamal.[2]

References

  1. Raghuvir Sahay Biography and works www.anubhuti-hindi.org.
  2. 2.0 2.1 Favouring a third front in literary criticism The Tribune, 22 April 2001.
  3. Raghuvir Sahay Delhi Magazine.
  4. Hindi Sahitya Akademi Awards 1955–2007 Sahitya Akademi Official website.
  5. 5.0 5.1 Indian Poets Writing In Hindi at the Wayback Machine (archived October 26, 2009)

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