Sanwar Daiya

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Sanwar Daiya
Born (1948-10-10)October 10, 1948
Bikaner, Rajasthan
Died July 30, 1992(1992-07-30) (aged 43)
Bikaner, Rajasthan
Occupation writer, Poet, scholar, philosopher and cultural critic
Nationality Indian
Period 1948-1992
Genre fiction, poetry, Satire, critic
Subject socialist
Spouse Santi Devi
Children Neeraj, Rajesh
Relatives Er gaurav daiya,Er. saurabh daiya(grand sons)
Website
www.sanwardaiya.blogspot.com

Sanwar Daiya was a well known Modern Rajasthani writer and translator in Rajasthani and Hindi. He received Sahitya Akademi Award 1985 on "Ek Duniya Mahari"(Collection of Rajasthani short-story). He served for many literary institutes of national.

Works[edit]

He wrote Man-gat, kal ar aaj re bichchai, Huve Rang Hajar, Akhar Ri Aankh Soon and short stories collections including Ek Duniya Mahari, Asawade Paswade, Ek Hi Jilad me, Dharti Kad Tani Dhumeli. His collection of Rajasthani short-story, Ek Duniya Mahari received the Sahitya Akademi Award 1985.

He translated Anil Joshi’ Stechyoo in Rajasthani.

Awards[edit]

He was awarded by Sahitya Akademi, Delhi for his "Ek Duniya mahri" in 1985.[1] He was awarded with Ganeshilal Vyas ‘Ustad’ Padhya Puraskar and Dr. L P Tessitory Gadhya Puruskar.

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