Birthday of Jayashankar Prasad: The great poet and the literary man who gave the right to the dialect

Birthday of Jayashankar Prasad: The great poet and the literary man who gave the right to the dialect




 Jaishankar Prasad, who was popularly known as Hindi poet and novelist, was born on 30 January 1889. He is considered to be one of the four pillars of the shadowy era of Hindi. He established the poetic poetry in Hindi poetry, through which the poetic voice of the verbal speech was flowing through the flow of the melodious melody. Jayashankar Prasad became the most popular for his literature written in the Khari dialect.

Prasad studied at Kashi's Queen's College, but after some time he started studying Sanskrit, Urdu, Hindi and Persian at home. He was given the education of Sanskrit by famous scholar Deenbandhu Brahmachari. Jayashankar Prasad started taking keen interest in literature only because of the environment in his childhood. It is said that when Prasad was only nine years old, then he had written a person named Kaladhar. He also studied Vedas, History, Puranas and Literature. Babu Devi Prasad, father of Jaishankar Prasad, was well known for honoring the cast.


Especially in Banaras he was considered as a highly respected man. This was the reason that the common man Kashi welcomed the Goddess Prasad with 'Har-Har Mahadev' after the King. This lesson about Jaishankar Prasad is that few people know that they had special interest in horticulture and eating, besides writing. When writing, he started poetry-composing with Brajbhasha and gradually embarked on a vertical dialect and proceeded in such a way that it was counted among the poem's poems.


The compositions of Prasad are divided into two categories - 'Kavyavap Rasta' and 'Rasheed'. His names are also famous works such as 'Aansoo', 'Wave' and 'Kamayani'. In 1914, his first artistic publication, 'Open Door', was published in Indu. 15 Nabon, 1937 died in Kashi itself. He was 48 years old at that time. (From input INS)


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