Viveki Rai

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Viveki Rai
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विवेकी राय
Born (1924-11-19)November 19, 1924
Sonavani, Ghazipur, Uttar Pradesh, India
Occupation Hindi Essayist, Story Writer, Author, Indian Scholar, Poet
Nationality India
Notable work(s) Manbodh Master Ki Dayari, Fir BVaitalva Dal Par, Sona Mati, Babool
Notable award(s) Yash Bharati, Uttar Pradesh

Viveki Rai (born-19 November 1924) is a famous literary figure of Hindi & Bhojpuri literature. He belongs to Sonwani village in Ghazipur. He is well known Hindi Lalit Nibandhakaar.[1] He got many awards from U P Govt. He has written more than 50 books. Sonamati is a popular novel of Mr.Rai. He was awarded Mahapandit Rahul Sankrityayan Award in 2001 and Uttar Pradesh's prestigious Yash Bharati Award in 2006 for his contribution to Hindi Literature.[2] He has been awarded the Mahatma Gandhi Samman by the Uttar Pradesh government.[3] Sri Rai has been awarded by Jagadguru Ramanandacharya Award of Srimath Kashi on 14 January 2012 in Varanasi. He criticized Indian Emergency through his novel Katra bi Aarzoo written by Rahi Masoom Raza, which is the most direct and effective condemnation in Hindi fiction.[4] He has also published some good essays.[5]

List of works[edit]

Hindi[edit]

  • Mangal Bhavan
  • Namami Gramam
  • Dehri ke paar
  • Circus
  • Sonamati
  • Kalatit
  • Gunga Jahaj
  • Purush Puran
  • Samar Shesh Hai
  • Fir Baitalawa Dar Par
  • Aam Rasta Nahin Hai
  • Angan Ke Bandanvar
  • Astha Aur Chintan
  • Atithi
  • Babool
  • Chali Fagunhat Baure Aam
  • Gamvai Gandh Gulab
  • Jivan Agyan Ka Ganith Hai
  • Lautkar Dekhna
  • Lokrin
  • Manbodh Master Ki Diary
  • Mere Shuddha Shraddhey
  • Meri Terah Kahaniyan
  • Narendra Kohli Apratim Katha Yatri
  • Sawalon Ke Samne
  • Shwet Patra
  • Yeh Jo Hai Gayatri

Literary Criticism[edit]

  • Kalpana Aur Hindi Sahitya, Anila Prakāśana, 1999.

Others[edit]

  • MERI SHRESHTHA VYANGYA RACHNAYEN, 1984.

Bhojpuri[edit]

His Bhojpuri writings can be categorised into following:

Essays and Poetry[edit]

  • Bhojapurī nibandha nikuñja: Bhojapurī ke taintālīsa go cunala nibandha, Akhila Bhāratīya Bhojapurī Sāhitya Sammelana, 1977.
  • Gaṅgā, Yamunā, Sarasvatī: Bhojapurī kahānī, nibandha, saṃsmaraṇa, Bhojapurī Saṃsthāna, 1992.
  • Janatā ke pokharā: tīni go Bhojapurī kavitā, Bhojapurī Sāhitya Saṃsthāna, 1984.
  • Bhojapurī Akādamī, Paṭanā, tisarakā vārshikotsava samāroha, Ravivāra, 2 Maī 1982, ke avasara para āyojita vyākhyānamālā meṃ Bhojapurī kathā sāhitya ke vikāsa vishaya para Ḍô. Vivekī Rāya ... ke vyākhyāna, Bhojapurī Akādamī, 1982.

Novels[edit]

  • Amangalhari, Bhojpurī Saṃsthāna, 1998.
  • Ke Kahala Chunarī Rangā la, Bhojpuri Saṃsāda, 1968.
  • Guru-Grih Gayau Padhan Raghurai, 1992.

see also: Bhojpuri Novel

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Rajiv Ranjan, Viveki Rai ke NibandhoN Men Jivan Samvedan, Nav Nikash, Viveki Rai VisheShank, ( Edt. )Lakkshmikant Pandey, Year-2, Issue-5, Nov, 2008 , p.36-39
  2. ^ "Cong sees red as UP honours Abhishek". The Times of India. 2006-11-21. Retrieved 2009-01-23. 
  3. ^ "Namwar Singh, Ramesh Kuntal to be awarded Hindi Sansthan awards". Express India. 2006-09-13. Retrieved 2009-01-23. 
  4. ^ Mathur, O.P. (2004). Indira Gandhi and the emergency as viewed in the Indian novel. Sarup & Sons. ISBN 978-81-7625-461-8. 
  5. ^ Datta, Amaresh Datta (1988). Encyclopaedia of Indian literature vol. 2. Sahitya Akademi. p. 914. ISBN 978-81-260-1194-0. 

References[edit]

  • Amaresh Datta, Mohan Lal, Encyclopaedia of Indian Literature : Navaratri-Sarvasena, Sahitya Akademi, 1991.