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Jhansi. Unhappy flowers, you started to wither, you started to leave the tortured time and where did you go after getting angry, you had brought a new gift today. These two touching poems come from the poetry collection of a writer known in Bundelkhand as Bapu and in the country as Siyasharan Gupta. In it he compared children’s figures with flowers. Siyasharan Gupta’s poetry collections may not have achieved that much fame, but his stories and novels have earned him national recognition. Siyaram Sharan Gupta was born on September 4, 1895 in the city of Chirgaon, thirty kilometers from Jhansi, the son of Ramcharan Gupta. He has also been honored with many honors at the national level. Kashi Nagari Pracharini Samiti honored him with the Sudhakar Medal.
Kaki reflects Balman’s curiosity and sensitivity.
The great-grandson of the storyteller Siyaram Sharan Gupta (son of the daughter) Pramod Kumar Gupta says that his maternal grandfather found a literary atmosphere at home. The great poets and writers of the country had to come to Chirgaon’s Badi Bakhri, which meant that Siyaram Sharan had no great difficulty in positioning himself in the field of literature. The story of his Manushi Katha collection and the novel Nari became so popular that he wrote in published in many languages ​​in the country. Kaki is the story of a boy whose mother, whom he named Kaki, leaves this world at a very young age. People tell the innocent Shyamu that his mother went to God in heaven. The story reaches a climax of compassion and compassion when Balaman’s gullible Shyamu tries to send his mother a letter with the dragon to get his mother back. It is engrossed in his child that the mother comes back to earth by catching the cord of this kite. When he is caught stealing money from his father’s pocket to buy kites and string, the protagonist of the story kills the boy Shyamu. He is ready to endure any oppression so that the letter can be sent to his mother. When Shyamu’s father reads Kaki on a letter stuck on a kite, tears welled up in his eyes. Siyaram Sharan Gupta’s novel Nari is also full of feminine sensibilities. This novel was awarded by the Sahitya Akademi Delhi and translated into other languages ​​of the country.
Kahaani Kaki added to secondary school curriculum, made a short film
Pramod Kumar Gupta says that the story of Siyaram Sharan Gupta turned out to be a milestone on his literary journey. Such a tale of Balman’s feelings that shakes the reader to the heart. This children’s story has also been included in the secondary school curriculum in many provinces across the country. NCERT Delhi had also made a short film about it that people saw a lot. Similarly, in her volume of poetry, Anooga’s poem Phool Ki Chahta, there is a child character Sukhiya, the daughter of a Dalit. Sukhiya, who is seriously ill with the epidemic, wants a flower that her father gives at the feet of the mother goddess. In this period before independence, her father is imprisoned while fighting to get a flower from the temple as Prasad, and Sukhiya dies here, later, when the father comes back, he places this flower on his daughter’s ashes.
Roman Nari translated into five languages
Chirgaon-based litterateur Rameshwar Prasad Sahu says Siyaram Sharan Gupta’s novel Nari was translated by the Sahitya Akademi into Hindi, Bengali, Kannada, Malayalam, Punjabi and Urdu. Similarly, the novel Amrit Putra, written about the Lord Jesus, has been translated into English in addition to Hindi. Similarly, works like Maurya Vijay, Orphan, Nostalgia, and Sunanda Gupta have made the list of the country’s great story writers.
Stay in the company of great people in the country
Rameshwar Sahu relates that the older brother of the story writer Siyaram Sharan Gupta had to go to the national poet Maithili Sharan Gupta, while Siyasharan Gupta also had Sumitra Nand Pant, Makhan Lal Chaturvedi, Dr. Hazari Prasad Dwivedi, Mahadevi Verma, Got. had to visit the association of personalities such as Vishnu Prabhakar, Balkrishna Sharma Naveen, Mahatma Gandhi, Vinoba Bhave. The story of the life of Lal von Bundelkhand, the story of Kalpana Lok, suddenly came to a halt on March 29, 1963 and he died in Delhi.

Jhansi. Unhappy flowers, you started to wither, you started to leave the tortured time and where did you go after getting angry, you had brought a new present with you today. These two touching poems come from the poetry collection of a writer known in Bundelkhand as Bapu and in the country as Siyasharan Gupta. In it he compared children’s figures with flowers. Siyasharan Gupta’s poetry collections may not have achieved that much fame, but his stories and novels have earned him national recognition. Siyaram Sharan Gupta was born on September 4, 1895 in the city of Chirgaon, thirty kilometers from Jhansi, the son of Ramcharan Gupta. He has also been honored with many honors at the national level. Kashi Nagari Pracharini Samiti honored him with the Sudhakar Medal.

Kaki reflects Balman’s curiosity and sensitivity.

The great-grandson of the storyteller Siyaram Sharan Gupta (son of the daughter) Pramod Kumar Gupta says that his maternal grandfather found a literary atmosphere at home. The great poets and writers of the country had to come to Chirgaon’s Badi Bakhri, which meant that Siyaram Sharan had no great difficulty in positioning himself in the field of literature. The story of his Manushi Katha collection and the novel Nari became so popular that he wrote in published in many languages ​​in the country. Kaki is the story of a boy whose mother, whom he named Kaki, leaves this world at a very young age. People tell the innocent Shyamu that his mother went to God in heaven. The story reaches a climax of compassion and compassion when Balaman’s gullible Shyamu tries to send his mother a letter with the dragon to get his mother back. It is engrossed in his child that the mother comes back to earth by catching the cord of this kite. When he is caught stealing money from his father’s pocket to buy kites and string, the protagonist of the story kills the boy Shyamu. He is ready to endure any oppression so that the letter can be sent to his mother. When Shyamu’s father reads Kaki on a letter stuck on a kite, tears welled up in his eyes. Siyaram Sharan Gupta’s novel Nari is also full of feminine sensibilities. This novel was awarded by the Sahitya Akademi Delhi and translated into other languages ​​of the country.

Kahaani Kaki added to secondary school curriculum, made a short film

Pramod Kumar Gupta says that the story of Siyaram Sharan Gupta turned out to be a milestone on his literary journey. Such a tale of Balman’s feelings that shakes the reader to the heart. This children’s story has also been included in the secondary school curriculum in many provinces across the country. NCERT Delhi had also made a short film about it that people saw a lot. Similarly, in her volume of poetry, Anooga’s poem Phool Ki Chahta, there is a child character Sukhiya, the daughter of a Dalit. Sukhiya, who is seriously ill with the epidemic, wants a flower that her father gives at the feet of the mother goddess. In this period before independence, her father is imprisoned while fighting to get a flower from the temple as Prasad, and Sukhiya dies here, later, when the father comes back, he places this flower on his daughter’s ashes.

Roman Nari translated into five languages

Chirgaon-based litterateur Rameshwar Prasad Sahu says Siyaram Sharan Gupta’s novel Nari was translated by the Sahitya Akademi into Hindi, Bengali, Kannada, Malayalam, Punjabi and Urdu. Similarly, the novel Amrit Putra, written about the Lord Jesus, has been translated into English in addition to Hindi. Similarly, works like Maurya Vijay, Orphan, Nostalgia, and Sunanda Gupta have made the list of the country’s great story writers.

Stay in the company of great people in the country

Rameshwar Sahu relates that the older brother of the story writer Siyaram Sharan Gupta had to go to the national poet Maithili Sharan Gupta, while Siyasharan Gupta also had Sumitra Nand Pant, Makhan Lal Chaturvedi, Dr. Hazari Prasad Dwivedi, Mahadevi Verma, Got. had to visit the association of personalities such as Vishnu Prabhakar, Balkrishna Sharma Naveen, Mahatma Gandhi, Vinoba Bhave. The story of the life of Lal von Bundelkhand, the story of Kalpana Lok, suddenly came to a halt on March 29, 1963 and he died in Delhi.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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