Nand Kishore Acharya
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Acharya himself grew to find his own distinct voice in literature. Even Ajneya, when he first met Acharya, found it difficult to believe that the young man was the author of Ajneya ki kaavya Titirsha.
His plays, poems criticism, articles on issues of contemporary concerns and on education and his translations have been praised. Ajneya called him the "inimitable bard of the beauty of the desert".
He has translated many classical as well as modern and contemporary poets including Riocaan, Brodsky and Lorca and the works of M.N. Roy.
Currently a Professor of Eminence at IIIT Hyderabad, Acharya teaches courses on themes as diverse as non-violence and development. He is a life member of Vatsalnidhi Trust. He is also an Assistant Editor in Everyman's, Co-Editor of Naya Pratik, and Editor of Arumaru, Marudeep and Chiti.
- Rajasthan Sahitya Akademi's highest honour Mira Award.
- Bihari Puraskar by the KK Birla Foundation.
- All India play writing honour Bhuvaneshwar Award.
- Rajasthan Sangeet Natak Akademi Award.
- Bhuwalaka Award (2001).
- Jal Hai Jhan (1980)
- Wah Ek Samudra Tha (1982)
- Shabda Bhule Hue (1987)
- Aati Hai Jaise Mrityu (1990)
- Kavita Mein Nahin Hai Jo (1995)
- Anya Hote Hue (2008)
- Dehaantar (including Kimidam Yaksham 1987)
- Paagalghar (including Joote 1988)
- Gulam Badshah (including Hastinapur 1992)
- Kisi aur ka sapna
- Ajneya Ki Kaavya Titirsha (1970)
- Rachna Ka Sacch (1986)
- Sarjak Ka Man (1987)
- Anubhava Ka Bhaval (1994)
- Sahitya Ka Svabhava (2001)
- Sarjak Ka Man
- Sanskriti Ka Vyakarana (1988)
- Aadhunik Vichar Aur Shiksha (1989)
- Parampara Aur Parivartan (1991)
- Sabhyata Ka Vikalpa
- The Cultural Polity of the Hindus
- Polity in Shukranitisaar
- Sunate Hue Baarish (1983) (Riokaan)
- Nav Manavaad (1998) (M.N. Roy)
- Vignana Aur Darshan (1999) (M.N. Roy)