Famous litterateur Giriraj Kishore died, honored with Padma Shri

by Jeremy Spirogis
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Famous litterateur and Padma Shri awardee Giriraj Kishore died in Kanpur this morning. He was 83. Giriraj Kishore, a local of Muzaffarnagar, lived in Shoratganj, Kanpur. There was mourning within the subject of literature after the dying of Giriraj Kishore. His funeral might be carried out at 10 am on Monday.

Giriraj Kishore was a well-known Hindi novelist in addition to a powerful storyteller, playwright and critic. Thoughtful essays on their present subjects have been revealed via varied journals and magazines. He used to write down articles constantly in Outlook.

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The novel 'Pratham Girmitiya' written by Giriraj Kishore was primarily based on Mahatma Gandhi's keep in Africa, which turned very fashionable. <! –

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                 Another of his novels 'Dhai Ghar' was popularized. This work, revealed in 1991, was awarded the Sahitya Akademi Award in 1992. He additionally wrote the novel 'Baa' on the lifetime of Kasturba.

Padmashri Giriraj Kishore, who was a litterateur and registrar in IIT Kanpur, was born on 8 July 1937 in Muzaffarnagar. His father was a zamindar. Giriraj Kishore began unbiased writing at an early age

Read the article revealed in Giriraj Kishore's Outlook right here

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