Parichay Das

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Parichay Das
Born Ravindra Nath Srivastava
Devlaas in Mau district, Uttar Pradesh, India
Nationality Indian
Occupation writer, editor

Parichay Das, born Ravindra Nath Srivastava, is an Indian writer, essayist, poet and editor of contemporary Bhojpuri poetry.[1] He writes in Bhojpuri , Maithili and Hindi. In 2012, he received the Dwi-Vaageesh Samman award for srijan evam anuvaad [ writing and translation ] by the Bhartiya Anuvad Parishad [ Translator's Association of India].[1] He received 'Bhojpuri Keerti Sammaan', ' Bharteey Dalit Sahitya Sammaan , ' Shyam Narayan Pandey Sammaan ','Editor's Choice Award' and 'Damodar Das Chaturvedi Bhasha-Sahitya Sammaan'. He deliverd a lecture on Bhojpuri in Kathmandu as representative of kendriy Sahitya Akademi in 2012. He recited his poems in SAARC Literary Summit in Delhi in 2011. He is considered a unique personal essay writer in Indian Languages and path breaker poet in Bhojpuri.

Personal life[edit]

He was born in the village Rampur Devlaas in Mau district, Uttar Pradesh, India.[1] He was secretary, Hindi Academy, Delhi Government and Secretary, Maithili- Bhojpuri Academy, Delhi Government.

Career[edit]

Das has served as a secretary to Maithili–Bhojpuri Academy[1] and Hindi Academy[2] of the Delhi Government*He has also worked as an editor to the academies' magazines, Parichhan and Indra Prasth Bhaarti.

Edited an important creative literary critical book in Bhojpuri language on Bhikhari Thakur, well known actor,play write in Bhojpuri.

Edited more than 25 cultural packages, including:

  • Manipuri Dance
  • Kuchipudi Dance
  • Musical Instrument of India (2 Volumes)
  • Architecture of India
  • Textile Designs (2 Volumes)
  • Traditional theatre in India

Edited/Text Edited Magazines

  • Indraprastha Bharti, a Hindi literary and cultural magazine published by Hindi Academy, Delhi
  • Srotasvini, a literary-cultural magazine published by CCRT, Govt*of India
  • Saamskritiki, a literary-cultural magazine published by CCRT Govt*of India
  • Pradnya, a socio-cultural, political magazine
  • Parichhan, a literary magazine published by Maithili-Bhojpuri Academy, Delhi

Some Discourses and Lectures/ Poetry Recitation -

  • Lecture on Globalisation and Literature/ Gorakhpur University [ March,2014]
  • poetry Recitation / Sahitya Akademy /Delhi [2012]
  • Chair, Bhartiya Kavita Utsav / Mathrubhumi foundation/ Delhi [2012]
  • Lecture on Indian novels / Kamla Nehru College, Delhi University [2012]

Lecture on Bhojpuri Literature and Language in kathmandu [Sahitya Akademy Representative][ 2012 ]

  • Poetry Recitation in SAARC literary festival, Delhi (2011)
  • Sahiya aur Samskriti ka Atm Saundarya (September, 2006, Indian Business Academy, Greater Noida)
  • Bhoomandalikaran aur samskriti-Sahitya (October, 2007, Indian Business Academy, Greater Noida)
  • Bhoomandalikaran, Vishwabandhutva aur Sahitya-Samskriti (December, 2007, Indian Business Academy, Greater Noida)
  • Literature and Culture (Kandriya Sachivalay hindi Samiti)
  • 50 other lectures in Delhi

Organising Events and Activities: Cultural Programmes

  • Organised above 100 Cultural Activities (literature, art, culture, drama, dance etc.)for Hindi and Maithili-Bhojpuri Academy, Delhi
  • Culture and Development
  • Hindi : Contemporary Scene

Awards[edit]

  • Bhartiya Dalit Sahiya Academy Award for Literature-Culture
  • Shyam Narayan Pandey Samman
  • Damodar Chaturvedi sahitya Samman
  • Editor’s Choice Award
  • Bhojpuri Kirti Samman
  • Rotary Club Award
  • Dwivaageesh Puraskar

Bibliography[edit]

  • Chaaruta
  • Ek Naya Vinyaas
  • Sansad Bhavan ki Chhat Per Khada Ho Ke
  • Prithivi Se Ras Le Ke
  • Yugpat Sameekaran Me
  • Akanksha Se Adhik Satvar
  • Dhoosar Kavita
  • Kavita Chaturthi
  • Lipi-Alipi
  • Dheemee aanch me
  • Anupasthit dinaank
  • swapn, sampark, smriti [ edited book on Dr. Sitakant Mahapatra ]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d "Honour for Parichay Das". The Pioneer. 29 May 2012. Retrieved 31 May 2012. 
  2. ^ "Hindi Academy Awards given amid controversy, boycott". The Hindu. 12 May 2010. Retrieved 31 May 2012. 

External links[edit]

poems of parichay das [ kavita kosh ]

poems of parichay das [ poemshunter.com ]