Parmanand Almast- Makers of Indian Literature
|Publisher:||SAHITYA AKADEMI, DELHI|
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Parmanand Almast is essentially poet of love. He was well versed in various aspects of life, though he did not receive formal education. One finds the influence of Arabic and Persian in his writings.
Almast treated love both as an ideal and as a way of life. The fusion of his love for God, man, and his country enriches his poetry. Whereas patriotism is indicative of his political awareness, and love of God is indicative of his deep religious faith, his humanism signifies his faith borne out the fusion of Hindu and Islamic cultures. Almast as a poet transcends narrow views of life to develop a comprehensive humanistic world-view.
Om Goswami, the author of this monograph, has written a large number of stories in both Dogri and Hindi. He has also edited a sizable number of books and journals in these languages. In the present monograph, the writer throws light on Almast's philosophy of life, his poetic creativity and his integration with the Indian thought.
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