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Overview of Biography of Hazari Prasad Dwivedi
Hazari Prasad Dwivedi’s full name was Acharya Hazari Prasad Dwivedi and his childhood name was Vaidyanath Dwivedi. He was born on August 19, 1907, in Shravan Shukla Ekadashi Samvat 1964, in Aar Dubey’s Chhapra, Ojhwalia village of Ballia district, Uttar Pradesh.
Along with being a very famous Hindi essayist and novelist, he was also a critic. Along with this, he also had a good knowledge of devotional literature. It is believed that he was highly knowledgeable and scholar in Hindi, English, Sanskrit and Bangla languages. He was also honored with the Padma Bhushan Award in his life. Hazari Prasad Dwivedi’s father’s name was Mr. Anmol Dwivedi and mother’s name was Mrs. Jyotishmati. Hazari Prasad Dwivedi died on 19 May 1979 in Delhi.
|Full name||Acharya Hazariprasad Dwivedi|
|Childhood name||Vaidyanath Dwivedi|
|Date of birth||19 August 1907|
|Place of birth||Dubey-Ka-Chhapra, Ballia, (Uttar Pradesh)|
|Date of death||19 May 1979|
|Place of death||Delhi, India|
|Age (at death)||71 years|
|business||Novelist, Writer, Essayist, Scholar, Historian, Critic|
|education||Banaras Hindu University|
|language||Pure Sanskrit Literary Vertical Speech|
|genre||reflective, critical, emotional, sarcastic, quotative, exploratory|
|Awards||(Padma Bhushan in 1957), (Sahitya Akademi Award in 1973)|
|Mother’s name||Astrologermati Dwivedi|
|Father’s name||Pandit Anmol Dwivedi|
|Name of wife||Bhagwati Devi|
Name the critical literary works of Acharya Hazari Prasad Dwivedi
- Sur Sahitya (1936)
- Considerations on Modern Hindi Literature (1949)
- Sahitya Ka Marm (1949)
- Role of Hindi Literature (1940)
- Meghdoot Ek Purani Kahani (1957)
- Lalitya Tattva (1962)
- Artistic Jokes of Ancient India (1952)
- Kalidasa’s Lalitya Yojana (1965)
- Sahitya Sahachar (1965)
- Kabir (1942)
- The Origin and Development of Hindi Literature (1952)
- The Nature of Medieval Enlightenment (1970)
- Nath Sampradaya (1950)
- Sahaj Sadhana (1963)
- Mrityunjaya Ravindra (1970)
- Adikal of Hindi Literature (1952)
Names of essay collections of Hazari Prasad Dwivedi:
- Ashoka Ke Phool (1948)
- Kalpalata (1951)
- Medieval Religion (1952)
- Cottage (1964)
- Thoughts and arguments (1957)
- Alok Parv (1972)
- Sahitya Akademi Award received on this Vichar-Pravah (1959)
- Charu Chandralekh (1963)
Name of some essays of Acharya Hazari Prasad Dwivedi:
- The teeth of Wish
- Dynamic thinking
- Literature companion
- why do nails grow
- Ashoka’s flowers
- spring has come
- From Varsha Ghanpati to Ghanshyam
- my native land
- love of joining house
- Thought and Reason (1954)
Hazari Prasad Dwivedi Bibliography
In the year 1981, the compilation of all the compositions of Hazari Prasad Dwivedi ji was published in 11 volumes under the name Hazariprasad Dwivedi Granthawali. After one edition, the second revised edition of Hazariprasad Dwivedi Granthawali was published in the year 1998.
Large Historical Grammar of Hindi Language
Acharya Hazari Prasad Dwivedi ji worked in the field of grammar and wrote a book named Vrihat historical grammar of Hindi language. And the manuscripts of this grammar book were given to Banaras Hindu University, but due to non-publication on time, those manuscripts disappeared from the university.
Later Mukund Dwivedi, son of Hazari Prasad Dwivedi, got a copy of the first volume of this grammar book. And later it was published in 12 volumes.
Features of poetry and compositions of Acharya Hazari Prasad Dwivedi
Hazari Prasad Dwivedi’s language is Parmarjit Khadi Boli. Hazari ji has used correct language for his creations. Two types of language are used in their language style. First Pranjal practical language, and second Sanskrit classical language.
Narrative subject –
Indian culture, history, astrology, literature described various religions. On this basis, the essays of Acharya Hazari Prasad Dwivedi are divided into two parts.
Acharya Hazari Prasad Dwivedi has written his thoughtful and critical essays in this style. There is abundance of Sanskrit and Pranjal words in it.
In this, Acharya ji has used Hindi words along with similar Sanskrit words and Urdu words.
Acharya Hazari Prasad Dwivedi has also composed essays in satirical style.