Narayan Singh Bhati

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Narayan Singh Bhati (1930–2004) was a prominent writer in Rajasthani language.

Works[edit]

He was the founder and director of Rajasthani Research Institute based at Chopasani Jodhpur since 1955 until 1993. He was deeply involved in preservation of old Rajasthani literature.[1]

His works include Meeran, Sanjh, Paramvir, Olun, Jivan Dhan, Sources of Socio-Economic History of Rajasthan and Malwa (1700-900AD).

Awards[edit]

He has been awarded by Sahitya Akademi, Delhi for his poetry Barsan Ra Degoda Dungar Langhiyan in 1981. [2] He has also been awarded by the Rajasthan Sahitya Akademi's Prithviraj Prize. [3] Padma Shri in the year 2010 the fourth highest civilian award of Govt. of India

References[edit]

  1. ^ Rajasthani Shodh Sansthan
  2. ^ RAJASTHANI (Since 1974)
  3. ^ K. M. George (ed.). "N.S. Bhati". Modern Indian Literature-An Anthology. N. p. 1147. ISBN 81-7201-324-8.