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Monday, June 14, 2021

Enjoy the story of Zaverchand Meghani's immortal work 'Saurashtrani Rasdhar' in audio-video format

Enjoy the story of Zaverchand Meghani's immortal work 'Saurashtrani Rasdhar' in audio-video format

One of the immortal works depicted in the succulent pen of our 'Rashtriya Shayar' Zaverchand Meghani is 'Saurashtrani Rasdhar'. This carefree work came to be almost a hundred years old, but if we read today the story of the heroism, vows, promises of the role of Saurashtra flowing in it, the hairs would stand on end. We will now enjoy these stories in audio-video format. Yes, the lords of Meghanidada's words will give a new shape to their voices.

Zaverchand Meghani was a poet, novelist, storyteller, researcher-editor, critic, translator of folklore. He was born on August 9, 19 in Chotila village of Gujarat.  His mother's name was Dholibai and his father's name was Kalidas Meghani who was a Jain merchant of Bagasara.  His father's job was in the police department and due to his transfers through the police department, he had to live with his family in different villages of Gujarat.  Zaverchand was educated in Rajkot, Datha, Paliyad, Bagasara, Amreli etc.  She completed her secondary education at the then Government High School in Amreli and the present TP Gandhi & MT Gandhi Girls' School from 1910 to 1918 and matriculated in 1918. In 1917, he completed his bachelor's degree in English and Sanskrit from Shamaldas College, Bhavnagar.

After completing his studies  In 1919, he joined an aluminum company called Jivanlal Limited in Kolkata.  He also had to go to England once while working for this company.  After working in this company for 3 years, he quit his job due to attachment to his homeland and settled in Bagasara.  She was married to Damayantiben of Jetpur on the 19th.  Zaverchand was fascinated with Gujarati literature from an early age and during his stay in Calcutta he was also introduced to Bengali literature.  After settling in Bagasara, he started writing in a newspaper called 'Saurashtra' published from Ranpur.  From 18 to 19 he was the editor of 'Saurashtra'.  During this time he took his literary writings seriously and created 'Stories of Sacrifice' which was also his first published book.  He then compiled 'Saurashtrani Rasadhar' and also started translating from Bengali literature.

In writing poetry, he took steps called 'Venina's Flower'.  Started at 12.  Is.  In 19, he was awarded the Ranjitram Gold Medal for his contribution to folklore.  His collection of Sangram songs 'Singhudo' - inspired the youth of India.  In 1907, Zaverchand had to spend two years in jail.  During this time he composed the poem 'Bowl of Poison' on Gandhiji's visit to London for the Round Table Conference.  Gandhiji awarded Zaverchand Meghani the title of National Shire. [3] He also started writing short stories in a newspaper called Fulchhab.  Is.  After the death of his wife in 19, he settled in Mumbai in 19.  Here he got married to Chitradevi.  He started writing articles under the name 'Kalam and Kitab' in a newspaper called Janmabhoomi and also wrote independent novels.  Is.  From 19th to 19th he played the role of editor of Fulchhab during which he published his booklet 'Marela's Blood' in 19th.  Is.  In 19, his book 'Manasainan Diwa' was honored with the Mahida Prize and in the same year he was appointed as the head of the literature department of the Gujarati Sahitya Parishad.

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