Siyaram Tiwari

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Siyaram Tiwari (born 5 December 1934) is a prominent Hindi professor, scholar[1] and author known throughout India and abroad.

Education[edit]

Career[edit]

After teaching in several colleges of Bihar, Siyaram Tiwari joined Visva-Bharati, Santiniketan (West Bengal), an institution founded by Nodel laureate Rabindranath Tagore and now a central university as a Reader in the Department of Hindi in January, 1976.In due course, he rose to the rank of Professor and became Head of the Department of Hindi as well as Dean, Faculty of Humanities & Social Sciences. After final retirement in 1999 he was invited as a Visiting Professor in University of Hyderabad in 2000 and Hungarian Transylvania University (Romania)[2] in the year 2006. He served Nalanda Open University, Patna as Chief Co-ordinator in the Faculty of Languages for three years.

Distinction[edit]

  • He has written more than twenty books on Hindi literature.[3]
  • After retirement he was Prime Minister’s nominee in Viswa-Bharati Court.
  • He assisted Union Public Service Commission in its confidential work in several capacities.
  • He was member of different bodies of so many Universities of India.
  • He was felicitated by Bhartiya Hindi Parishad, a premier organization of University Hindi teachers in its annual conference held in Lucknow University in October 2011.
  • He delivered lectures in Refresher Courses organized by University Grants Commission in different universities.
  • He participated in national and international seminars organized by universities and learned institutions.
  • He has published a large number of research papers, critical articles, book reviews etc. in reputed Hindi journals and magazines.
  • He receives invitation of Akashwani and Doordarshan for talk etc.

Foreign country visited[edit]

He visited Romania in 2006 for delivering lectures.

Published Works[edit]

  1. HINDI KE MADHYAKALIN KHANDKAVYA, De;hi, 1964
  2. BAJJIKA BHASHA AUR SAHITYA, Patna, 1964
  3. HALADHARDASKRIRT SUDAMACHARITRA, Patna, 1966
  4. SIDDHANT, ADDHYAYAN AUR SAMASYAYEN, Patna, 1967
  5. KAVYABHASHA, New Delhi, 1976
  6. SAHITYASHASHTRA AUR KAVYABHASHA, Sahibabad, 1978
  7. RENU: KARTRITVA AUR KRITIYAN, Patna, 1983
  8. TULASIDAS KA ACHARYATVA, New Delhi, 1985
  9. PATHANUSANDHAN, Allahabad, 1987
  10. NANDLAL BOSE, New Delhi, 1991
  11. SAHITYA AUR HINDI SAHITYA, Patna, 1992
  12. MANJHAN, New Delhi, 1998
  13. JANKIVALLABH SHASTRI: KARTRITVA AUR KRITIYAN, Allahabad, 1998
  14. ANANDSHANKAR MADHAVAN KI SARASVAT SADHANA, Mandar Vidyapith, 1999
  15. CHINTAN KI REKHAYEN, Delhi, 2003
  16. HINDI SAHITYA: BHASHIK PARIDRISHYA, Delhi, 2005
  17. SUNI ACHARAJ KARAI JANI KOYI, New Delhi, 2008
  18. BHARTIYA SAHITYA KI PAHCHAN, Patna, 2009
  19. ROMANIA YATRA KI DIARY, Ahamedabad, 2009
  20. PATALIPUTRA SE SANTINIKETAN, Darbhanga, 2011
  21. MAHAMANAV RABINDRANATH AUR ANYA NIBANDH (Under Print)
  22. SHAILESH MATIYANI KE PATRA (Under Print)

Referred[edit]

  • Who’s Who of Indian Writers, Sahitya Akademi, New Delhi
  • Sahityakar Vivarnika, Central Hindi Directorate, New Delhi
  • Hindi Sahitya ka Itihas by Dr Nagendra, New Delhi
  • Hindi Sahitya ka Itihas by Dr Surya Prasad Dikshit, Lucknow

Works on Siyaram Tiwari[edit]

  • Dr Siyaram Tiwaru: Vyakti Aur Upalabdhi by Dr Ramdeo Prasad & Dr Chakradhar Tripathi, Santiniketan, 2000
  • Dr Siyaram Tiwai: Antarang Vivechan by Dr Ram Pravesh Singh, New Delhi, 2003
  • Dr Siyaram Tiwari Ka Rachana Sansar by Dr Mahatha Ramkrishna Murari, Darbhanga, 2011

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.sitashakti.in/others_comments.html
  2. ^ http://www.hindinest.com/sakshatkar/N6.htm
  3. ^ http://www.hindibook.com/index.php?String=SIYARAM%20TIWARI&p=sr&Field=author