Dharamvir Bharati Biography Personal Life

NameDharamvir Bharati
Dharamvir Bharati
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ProfessionWriter (essayist, novelist, poet)
Date of Birth25 December 1926
Died4 September 1997 (aged 70)
Sun SignNot Known
Birth PlaceAllahabad, United Provinces, British India
GuruMahavir Prasad Dwivedi
HometownAllahabad, Uttar Pradesh
CollegeAllahabad University
EducationM.A. Hindi, PhD

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Dharamvir Bharati Gupt Family

FatherChiranji Lal
MotherChanda Devi
WifeKanta Bharti (married 1954) (first wife), Pushpa Bharti (second. wife)
Childrendaughter Parmita (first wife); son Kinshuk Bharati and a daughter Pragya Bharati (second wife)

Dharamvir Bharati Profession & Works

ProfessionWriter (essayist, novelist, poet)
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Awards and RecognitionPadmashree Award in the year 1972
Rajendra Prasad Shikhar Samman
Kaudiya Nyas
Bharat Bharati Samman
Vyasa Samman
Maharana Mewar Foundation Award for Best
Playwright in 1988
Sangeet Natak Akademi Award in the year 1989
Maharana Gaurav Award in 1994

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Dharamvir Bharati Biography in Details

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Dharamvir Bharati Born / Wiki:

He was an Indian Hindi-language poet, novelist, and playwriter, born on December 25, 1926, in Allahabad, British India (now India). He was considered one of the most prominent figures of the Nayi Kahani (New Story) literary movement of Hindi literature in the 1950s and 1960s.

His father’s name was Gokul Chand Bharti, and his mother’s name was Shanti Devi. His father was a professor of Sanskrit at Allahabad University. Bharti grew up in a family that valued education and literature, which played a significant role in shaping his future as a writer.

From L to R, the Author (Dr. Rajiv K. Saxena), Dr. Dharamvir Bharati, and Dr. Queen Saxena, at author's marriage reception (October 1976)
From L to R, the Author (Dr. Rajiv K. Saxena), Dr. Dharamvir Bharati, and Dr. Queen Saxena, at the author’s marriage reception (October 1976)

Dharamvir Bharati Education: 

he completed his early education from Allahabad. He then pursued his higher education at the University of Allahabad, where he earned his Master’s degree in Hindi Literature. He was a brilliant student and was awarded the University Gold Medal for his academic excellence. Later, he went on to teach Hindi literature at the same university.

Dharamvir Bharati Career:

he was a renowned Hindi poet, novelist, and playwright who is considered to be one of the leading figures of the Nayi Kahani literary movement in Hindi literature. He wrote extensively on themes such as human relationships, the struggle of the individual in contemporary society, and the search for one’s identity.

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Bharti is best known for his novel ‘Gunahon Ka Devta’ (God of Sins), which is considered a classic of Hindi literature. The novel explores the complexities of human relationships and the conflict between duty and desire. It has been adapted into various forms, including a television series and a film.

Apart from his literary contributions, Bharti was also a prominent journalist and editor. He worked for various newspapers and magazines, including ‘Dharmayug’ and ‘Saptahik Hindustan’, and was known for his insightful commentary on social and political issues.

Dharamvir Bharati’s Famous Works:

Dharamvir Bharativ was a prolific writer and contributed significantly to Hindi literature. Some of his famous works include:

  1. Poems: Some of his famous poems are “Ruke Na Tu”, “Andhere Mein”, “Aur Kitne Adhoore”, “Mera Rang De Basanti Chola”, “Ye Aasmaan, Ye Baadal”, “Saaye Mein Dhoop”, “Chand Ka Munh Tedha Hai”.
  2. Novels: His most famous novel is “Gunahon Ka Devta”, which is considered a masterpiece of Hindi literature. Other notable novels include “Suraj ka Satvan Ghoda”, “Ek Sahityik ke Prem Patra”, “Anamdas ka Potha”.
  3. Plays: He wrote several plays, including “Kanupriya”, “Aurat”, “Kanak Di Balli”, “Marilyn Monroe”.
  4. Essays: He also wrote essays on various topics, including literature, society, politics, and culture.

His works are known for their depth, sensitivity, and humanism. He was a master of language and had a unique style that blended realism and poetic beauty. His works continue to inspire and resonate with readers across generations.

Dharamvir Bharati Death:

Maithili Sharan Gupt passed away on 12 December 1964 at the age of 78 in Sujan Singh Park, New Delhi, India.

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