D. C. Chambial

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D. C. Chambial
D. C. Chambial.jpg
Born (1950-09-29) 29 September 1950 (age 72)
Bajrol in Kangra (Now in Hamirpur), Himachal Pradesh, India
OccupationPoet, editor, critic, academic
NationalityIndian
Notable works
  • Hour of Antipathy
  • Mellow Tones
  • Gyrating Hawks & Sinking Roads
  • Words: 1979–2010 (A Collection of Poems)
Website
dcchambial.blogspot.in//

Duni Chand Chambial (born 29 September 1950),[1][2] is a contemporary bilingual poet[3][4][5][6][7][8] from Himachal Pradesh and a critic who, as an editor in chief, has been editing Poetcrit,[9][10][11] a reviewed international journal (ISSN 0970-2830) for more than three decades. Chambial appeared as an Indian English poet by publishing his first volume, Broken Images, in 1983. He rooted himself as a poet in Indian English Poetry with the continuous publication of his several other English poetry collections and one in Hindi. His poems have been translated into many languages.

List of works[edit]

Poetry collections[edit]

  • Broken Images (1983), Samkaleen Prakashan, New Delhi, India
  • The Poetry OF Himachal Pradesh (1983), edited, Poetry Publications, Aska (Orissa), India
  • The Cargoes of the Bleeding Hearts & Other Poems ( 1984), Golden Books of India, Calcutta, India
  • Himpaat (Poems in Hindi) (1985), Kanta Sahitya Prakashan, Maranda, Himachal Pradesh, India
  • Perceptions (1986), Kanta Sahitya Prakashan, Maranda, Himachal Pradesh, India
  • Gyrating Hawks & Sinking Roads (1996), Kanta Sahitya Prakashan, Maranda, Himachal Pradesh, India
  • Before The Petals Unfold (2002), Poetcrit Publications, Maranda, Himachal Pradesh, India
  • This Promising Age and Other Poems (2004), Poetcrit Publications, Maranda, Himachal Pradesh, India
  • Collected Poems: 1979 – 2004 [12] (2004), Poetcrit Publications, Maranda, Himachal Pradesh, India
  • Mellow Tones[13] (2009), Publish America, Baltimore, United States
  • Words (2010), Aadi Publications, Jaipur, India
  • Words: 1979–2010 (A Collection of Poems) [14] (2012) Aadi Publications, Jaipur, India
  • Hour of Antipathy[15] (2014), Poetcrit Publications, Maranda, Himachal Pradesh, India
  • Songs of Sonority and Hope[16] (2018), Authorpress, New Delhi, India.
  • Song of Light and Other Poems: 2017-2020[17] (2020), Aadi Publications, Jaipur, India.

Criticism[edit]

  • Death and Suffering in the Poetry of Krishna Srinivas[18](1996), Poet Publications, Chennai, India
  • The Theme of Death and Suffering in the Poetry of O. P. Bhatnagar[19] (1999), Kanta Sahitya Prakashan, Maranda, Himachal Pradesh India
  • English Poetry in India: A Secular Viewpoint[20] (2011), Aavishkar Publishers, Distributors, Jaipur, India .

Awards and honours[edit]

In recognition of his achievements Professor Chambial has received several awards and honours, among them:

References[edit]

  1. ^ Harle, Rob (2017). "In Conversation with D.C. Chambial". Writers in Conversation. 4 (1). doi:10.22356/wic.v4i1.1.
  2. ^ Ghosh, Parthajit. "An Evening with D. C. Chambial: A Short Interview" (PDF). The Literary Herald. 1 (2): 206.
  3. ^ Dominic, K. V. (2011). Critical Perspectives on the Poetry of R.K. Singh D.C. Chambial and I.K. Sharma. Lotus Press. ISBN 978-8192125497.
  4. ^ Laxmiprasad, Dr. P. V. (2015). Mapping Thematic Variations: The Poetry of D.C. Chambial. New Delhi, India: Authorspress. ISBN 978-9352070220.
  5. ^ Reddy, T.V. (2016). A Critical Survey of Indo-English Poetry. New Delhi, India: Authorspress. ISBN 978-9352072491.
  6. ^ Reddy, T. V. (2007). The Poetry of D. C. Chambial (Essays in Evaluation). Maranda, India: Poetcrit Publication. ISBN 978-81-87656-05-0.
  7. ^ The Poetry of D. C. Chambial: Views, Reviews and Comments. Maranda, India: Poetcrit Publication. 2008. ISBN 978-81-87656-07-4.
  8. ^ Rizvi, I.H. & Rizvi, N. F. (2008). Origin, Development and History of Indian English Poetry. Bareilly, India: Prakash Book Depot. ISBN 978-81-7977-266-9.
  9. ^ "Poetcrit". UGC. UGC. Retrieved 1 April 2018.
  10. ^ "Poetcrit". UGC. UGC. Retrieved 1 April 2018.
  11. ^ Chambial, D.C. "Poetcrit". {{cite journal}}: Cite journal requires |journal= (help)
  12. ^ Chambial, D. C. (2004). Collected Poems (1979–2004). Maranda, India: Poetcrit Publication. ISBN 81-87656-04-2.
  13. ^ Chambial, D. C. (21 January 2010). Mellow Tones. America Star Books. ISBN 978-1448927524.
  14. ^ Chambial, D. C. (18 December 2012). Words: 1979–2012: A Collection of Poems. Jaipur, India: Aadi Publications. ISBN 978-9380902883.
  15. ^ Chambial, D. C. (2014). Hour of Antipathy. Maranda (Himachal Pradesh), India: Poetcrit Publication. ISBN 978-81-87656-07-4.
  16. ^ Chambial, D. C. (2018). Songs of Sonority and Hope. New Delhi: Authorpress. ISBN 978-93-87651-23-4.
  17. ^ Chambial, D. C. (2020). Song of Light and Other Poems: 2017-2020. Jaipur: Aadi Publications. ISBN 978-9387799530.
  18. ^ Chambial, D. C. (1996). Death and Suffering in the Poetry of Krishna Srinivas. Chennai: Poet Publications.
  19. ^ Chambial, D. C. (1999). The Theme of Death and Suffering in the Poetry of O. P. Bhatnagar. Maranda: Kanta Sahitya Prakashan.
  20. ^ Prem, PCK, Chambial, D. C. (2011). English Poetry in India: A Secular Viewpoint. Jaipur, India: Aavishkar Publishers. ISBN 978-8179103647.