Raghuvir Sahay

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Raghuvir Sahay
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Born(1929-12-09)9 December 1929
Lucknow, United Provinces, British India
Died30 December 1990(1990-12-30) (aged 61)
Delhi, India
Occupationwriter, poet, translator, journalist
SpouseBimleshwari Sahay
ChildrenManjari Joshi, Hema Singh, Gauri Richards, Vasant Sahay

Raghuvir Sahay (9 December 1929 – 30 December 1990)[1] was a Hindi poet, short-story writer, essayist, literary critic,[2] translator, and journalist. He remained the chief-editor of the political-social Hindi weekly, Dinmaan, 1969–82.[3]

He was awarded the 1984 Sahitya Akademi Award in Hindi for his poetry collection, Log Bhool Gaye Hain (लोग भूल गये हैं) (They Have Forgotten, 1982).[4][5]


Bibliography[edit]

  • Sanchayita Raghuvir Sahay (Selected Works), comp. Krishna Kumar.
  • Kuch pate kuch chitthiyan (कुछ पते कुछ चिट्ठियाँ)
  • Log Bhool Gaye Hain (लोग भूल गये हैं)
  • Atmahatya Ke Viruddh (आत्महत्या के विरुद्ध)
  • Hanso Hanso Jaldi Hanso (हँसो हँसो जल्दी हँसो)
  • Seedhiyon Par Dhoop Hein (सीढ़ियों पर धूप में)[5]

Further reading[edit]

  • Raghuvir Sahay ki kavyanubhuti aur Kavyabhasha, by Anantakirti Tiwari. 1996, Visvavidyalaya Prakasan
  • Raghuvir Sahay aur Malyaz ka Alochana Karam, "Kavita aur Samay" by Arun Kamal.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Raghuvir Sahay Biography and works www.anubhuti-hindi.org.
  2. ^ a b Favouring a third front in literary criticism The Tribune, 22 April 2001.
  3. ^ Raghuvir Sahay Delhi Magazine.
  4. ^ Hindi Sahitya Akademi Awards 1955–2007 Archived 5 September 2009 at the Wayback Machine Sahitya Akademi Official website.
  5. ^ a b "Indian Poets Writing In Hindi". Archived from the original on 26 October 2009. Retrieved 26 October 2009.CS1 maint: BOT: original-url status unknown (link)

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