Tapasa vai Ganga

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Tapasa vai Ganga
Tapsa vai Ganga.JPG
First Edition
Author Binod Bihari Verma
Cover artist Savita Verma
Country India
Language Maithili
Genre Biography
Publisher Binod Bihari Verma
Publication date
1995
Media type Print (Paperback)
Pages 154 pp
ISBN 978-81-905911-2-6
Preceded by Balanak Bonihar O PallaviShort Story collection on the village life of Mithila on the banks of the Kosi River and its tributaries. (1994)
Followed by Nayanmani A novel describing the rural scene in Post Independence bihar.Initially published in parts in "Mithila Mihir" from February 1968 to April 1968.(1997)

Tapasa vai Ganga (Ganga was brought to the earth only by Tapa ie penance meaning which a great task can only be achieved by Tapa or Penance) is the biography Prof Radha Krishna Choudhary, an eminent historian and littérateur of Mithila, written by Dr.Binod Bihari Verma, published in 1995.

Overview[edit]

This biography, contains two parts in the same volume. The first part deals with the sequence of life of Prof Radha Krishna Choudhary, and the second part deals with the analysis of his thinking, creative and academic works.

Contents[edit]

  1. Aamukh (Foreword)
  2. Aabhaar gyaapan (Acknowledgements)
  3. Part I: Jeevan dhara (Life story)
    1. Biyar mul evam purvaj (Genealogy and forefathers)
    2. Pitamah (Grandfather)
    3. Mata pita (Parents)
    4. Vishvak sthiti (Global situation)
    5. Tatkaalin bhartiya rajniti (Indian political situation)
    6. Janma (Birth)
    7. Mithila mata sa agaadh prem (Love of mother mithila)
    8. Baalsangi koshik vinaash leela (Destruction caused by Kosi river)
    9. Balyakaal (Childhood)
    10. Vidyarthi jeevan (Student life)
    11. Bhagalpur ma college (College study in Bhagalpur)
    12. Tatkaalin vampanthi andolan (Contemporary leftist movement)
    13. Rashtraprem o svatantrata snagram (Patriotism and freedom struggle)
    14. 1942 ke nau din (Nine days of 1942)
    15. 1943: Bangaalak akal piditak seva (Service to the drought hit Bengal in 1943)
    16. Uttar bihar rilif kameti (North bihar relief committee)
    17. Anya sabha samitik ayojan (Organisation of other conferences and meetings)
    18. Lekchararak pad par niyukti (Appointment as Lecturer)
    19. Bivah (Marriage)
    20. Kumharaarak utkhanan (Archaeological excavation at Kumhar)
    21. Shikshakak rup ma (As an educationist)
    22. Chhatrak sansmaran (In the memory of his students)
    23. Parivar (Family)
    24. Mitra varg (Friends)
    25. Devghar baas (Stay at Deoghar)
    26. Antim samay (Last stage)
    27. Sanstha aur vyaktitva sa sampark (Contact with various people and institutes)
    28. Vibhinn sanstha dvara samman aur pratishtha (Awards by various institutes)
    29. Itihaas sambandhi maulik shodh (Original research in history)
    30. Maithili sahitya ke Radha Krishna Choudharik yogdaan (Contribution of Radha Krishna Choudhary to Maithili Literature)
    31. Maithili lekhan (Maithili writings)
    32. Upsanhaar (Afterword)
  4. Part II: Chintan dhaara (Thinking)
  5. Rachna dhaara: krititva (Creative writing)
  6. Krititva charcha (Discussion of creative writing)
    1. Sarantidha (Sarantidha)
    2. Dhammapada (Dhammapada)
    3. Maithili sahityak sarvekshan (Survey of Maithili literature)
    4. Vidyapati kaalin mithila (Mithila in the times of Vidyapati)
    5. Mahakavi lal das (Mahakavi Lal Das)
  7. Parishisht (Appendices)
    1. Biyar moolak vanshavriksha (Geneaogical chart of Biyar mool)
    2. Pratham mathili lekhak sammelan ma itihaas vibhagak sabhapatik bhashan (Declamation at first Maithili writers conference as the chairperson of history department)
    3. Srimati shanti devik sansmaran (Srimati Shanti Devi remembers)

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