Increasing The Pride Of Hindi In The Country With Its Poetic Structures

Dr.Sushil Kumar Tyagi.
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Increasing the pride of Hindi in the country with its poetic structures
Bijnor. Dr. Sushil Kumar Tyagi, spokesperson and Vice-Chairman of Gurukul Mahavidyalaya, Jwalapur is increasing the pride of Hindi in the whole country. Geet, Ghazals, Muktaks, poems and dissertations of Sushil Tyagi, who started writing poetry at the age of 14, have also been published. He has also received more than a dozen honors.
Born in village Sisauna of Bijnor district, Dr. Sushil Tyagi is presently a lecturer in Gurukul Mahavidyalaya located in Jwalapur. He wrote the anushilan dissertation of Sanjeevan Bhashya by Padma Singh Sharma of Bihari Satsai. He does writing work under the surname Amit. In 1994, he wrote the powerful poem Subhash Shatak based on Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose. Subhash Shatak is a poem written in Ghanakshari verses. In Subhash Shatak, he has included the entire life span of Subhash Chandra Bose.
Dr Sushil Tyagi says that stories and poems are the easiest medium to connect with Hindi. He has composed 280 sphut poetry which includes Geet, Ghazal, Muktak and Poems. Apart from this, he has also written short stories and short stories. He edited the Acharya Pandit Hari Tyagi Smriti Granth, the pioneer of Indian culture. He has also written a collection of poetry flowers. Many research papers written by him have been read in national and international research conferences.
He has recited poetry in Punjab, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand. Many of his works have been published by All India Radio. He tells that world famous litterateur Kanhaiyalal Mishra Prabhakar and great litterateurs like Vishnu Prabhakar, Padmashree Kshemchand Suman have appreciated his works. Dr. Sushil Tyagi, who has been awarded the title of PhD in Hindi, Sahityacharya, Linguistics, has received more than a dozen national honors including Deepshikha Samman, Hindi Pushpa Samman, Vidyavachaspati, Bal Sahitya Gaurav Samman. Dr. Sushil Tyagi says that he constantly talks to the students about Hindi and tries to connect them with Hindi poems and stories. He is enriching Hindi with his efforts.

Increasing the pride of Hindi in the country with its poetic structures

Bijnor. Dr. Sushil Kumar Tyagi, spokesperson and Vice-Chairman of Gurukul Mahavidyalaya, Jwalapur is increasing the pride of Hindi in the whole country. Geet, Ghazals, Muktaks, poems and dissertations of Sushil Tyagi, who started writing poetry at the age of 14, have also been published. He has also received more than a dozen honors.

Born in village Sisauna of Bijnor district, Dr. Sushil Tyagi is presently a lecturer in Gurukul Mahavidyalaya located in Jwalapur. He wrote the anushilan dissertation of Sanjeevan Bhashya by Padma Singh Sharma of Bihari Satsai. He does writing work under the surname Amit. In 1994, he wrote the powerful poem Subhash Shatak based on Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose. Subhash Shatak is a poem written in Ghanakshari verses. In Subhash Shatak, he has included the entire life span of Subhash Chandra Bose.

Dr Sushil Tyagi says that stories and poems are the easiest medium to connect with Hindi. He has composed 280 sphut poetry which includes Geet, Ghazal, Muktak and Poems. Apart from this, he has also written short stories and short stories. He edited the Acharya Pandit Hari Tyagi Smriti Granth, the pioneer of Indian culture. He has also written a collection of poetry flowers. Many research papers written by him have been read in national and international research conferences.

He has recited poetry in Punjab, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand. Many of his works have been published by All India Radio. He tells that world famous litterateur Kanhaiyalal Mishra Prabhakar and great litterateurs like Vishnu Prabhakar, Padmashree Kshemchand Suman have appreciated his works. Dr. Sushil Tyagi, who has been awarded the title of PhD in Hindi, Sahityacharya, Linguistics, has received more than a dozen national honors including Deepshikha Samman, Hindi Pushpa Samman, Vidyavachaspati, Bal Sahitya Gaurav Samman. Dr. Sushil Tyagi says that he constantly talks to the students about Hindi and tries to connect them with Hindi poems and stories. He is enriching Hindi with his efforts.

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