1 x £60.00
21.59 x 13.97 x 0.64 cm
It is the English translation of the Sahitya Akademi winner "Do Panktiyon Ke Beech" by Rajesh Joshi. It is a remarkable collection of poems touching upon the big and small things one comes across in life.
About the author
Born on July 18, 1946, Narsinghgarh, Madhya Pradesh.
Long Poem: Samargatha (published in the Pahal series.)
Poetry Collections: Ek Din Bolange Pad, Mitti Ka Chehra, Nepathya Main Hansi, Do Paktiyon ke Beech, Chand Ki Vartani, Zidd, Ullanghan Stories Collection: Somvar aur anya Kahaniyan, Kapil Ka Pad Plays: Jadu Jungle, Ache Admi, Tankara ka Gana, Panse, Tukke par Tukka, Turn Saadat Hasan Manto Ho, Sapna Mera Yahi Sakhi
Articles, Reviews and Notebooks: Ek Kavi Ki Notebook, Ek Kavi Ki Doosri Notebook Translations:
Poems of Mayakovsky: Patloon, Pahina, Badal,
Transcreations of the poems of Bhartrihari: Bhoomi ka Kalptaruyh YehBhi.
Tukke par Tukka staged in a number of cities of India and abroad, Fiji and Columbia.
Included in Barah Hindustani Shair (Twelve Indian Poets) edited by Azmal Kamal, Pakistan.
Poems, stories and dramas translated in a number of languages of India and in English, Russian and German.
Edited the renowned magazine 'Isliye', Vartman Sahitya
(a special issue on poetry) and Naya Path.
Distinctions and Honours:
Muktibodh Puraskar 1978, Makhanlal Chaturvedi Puraskar 1985, Shrikant Verma Samman 1986, Shamsher Samman 1996, Pahal Samman 1998, Shikhar Samman 2000, Sahitya Academy Award2002. Retired from Banking services Freelance writing
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