Prabhakiran Jain

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Dr. Prabhakiran Jain
Born (1963-10-30) 30 October 1963 (age 55)
Herbertpur, Uttarakhand, India
OccupationPoet, Philanthropist
NationalityIndian
Period1979–present
GenreChildren's Literature, Satire, Young Adult Fiction, Non-Fiction
Notable worksManonayan (2013), Katha Sarita Katha Sagar (2007), Gommateshwar Bahubali (2018)

Dr. Prabhakiran Jain (born 1963) is a poet and author. She has a Ph.D. in Political Science and has worked extensively in creating awareness about contribution of Nominated Members of Rajya Sabha.

Publications[edit]

Children[edit]

Poetry[edit]

  • Rang Birange Baloon (1995)
  • Geet Khilone (2002)
  • Chahak Bhi Jaroori Mehak Bhi Jaroori (2004) (With Dr. Sherjung Garg)
  • Gobar Banam Gobardhan
  • Ibanbatoota Ka Joota (2015)
  • Chal Meri Dholaki (2015)

Story Books[edit]

  • Anath Kisaan
  • Jamalo Ka Chura
  • Katha Sarita Katha Sagar (2007)
Biography[edit]
  • Samrat Ashok (2017)
  • Chanakya (2017)
  • Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan (2017)
  • Mahatma Gandhi (2017)
Indology[edit]
  • Vaishali Ke Mahavir (2003; in Hindi & English) (Translated to English by Amarendra Khatua)
  • Chaitanya (2017)
  • Mahaveer (2017)
  • Shri Ram (2017)
  • Gommateshwar Bahubali (2018; in Hindi & English) (Translated to English by Sahu Akhilesh Jain)

Others[edit]

Poetry[edit]

  • Nagfani Sadabahar Hai (1997)
  • Dus Lakshan

Research Work[edit]

  • Manonayan : Rajya Sabha ke Manoneet Sadasya (2013)

Editorial Works[edit]

  • Vaishalik Ki Chhaya Mein (2005) (with Rajesh Jain)
  • Veer (magazine) (1989-2017)

Awards and honours[edit]

She is a recipient of various literary awards. Most notably she is the recipient of multiple awards by Hindi Academy, Govt. of N.C.T. of Delhi:

  • Pandulipi Samman (for Geet Khilone) (2002)
  • Bal Evam Kishore Sahitya Samman (for Katha Sarita Katha Sagar) (2007)
  • Hindi Academy Bal Sahitya Samman (2016)

Television and Radio[edit]

She has been featured on TV Channels including Doordarshan Network, NDTV, Star Plus, SAB TV, Sony Entertainment Television, India TV, Sudarshan TV, Sahara TV, Focus TV, Mahua TV, Total TV, as well as on Radio networks in various countries including India, Australia & New Zealand.

She represented Indian Council For Cultural Relations, Government of India in United Kingdom and has participated in literary events in the United States of America, Australia and South Africa etc.

Non Profit Work[edit]

Prabhakiran runs a non-profit organisation called Prem Shanti Sahitya Sanskriti Sansthan to promote literary releases. She is the joint secretary of the Akhil Bhartvarshiya Digamber Jain Parishad.

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