Josh Malsiyani- Makers of Indian Literature
|Author:||Bhupinder Aziz Parihar|
|Publisher:||SAHITYA AKADEMI, DELHI|
|Other Details||8.50x5.50 inches|
Josh Malsiyani (1882-1976) was a disciple of Mirza Dagh Dehlvi. Josh had an organised mind, trained by tradition, nourished by individual effort, disciplined by practice and mellowed by conviction. He wrote at a time when India was passing through a phase of political, cultural and literary transition. Josh Malsiyani's poetry exhibits a tone that is assertive, familiar and straightforward. His poetic career is marked by a sustained progression of poetic thought and expression characterised by rare precision, poetic skill, satirical modes and keen contemporary awareness. Josh Malsiyani's poetry is the poetry of commitment- not to any ideology but to the values of ethical instruction and wisdom.
Bhupinder Aziz Parihar (b. 1954) teaches Modern Linguistics and English poetry in Government College, Ludhiana. As a poet, translator and editor of the widely circulated literary journal Urdu Alive, he has an accomplished career with five published books to his credit.
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