The aim of my life is to give a platform and respect to the young talents related to Hindi literature and art hidden in our homes.
Everything is achieved with patience and hard work.
There was a time when I too had to join hands with many close people to get my poetry published in newspapers, because I wanted that, like other writers, my works should also be published in big newspapers every day. But no one supported me. One day I was introduced to the poet Devendra Srivastava Basti in Uttar Pradesh, and when I asked, he helped me, and my works started getting published in many prestigious newspapers in the country and abroad. With constant effort and belief in yourself, everything works out!
The organization gave a new identity to Indore city.
Sometimes when I went to a poetry symposium or as a participant in a literary competition, I saw the exploitation of the talents taking place there and made up my mind to create such an organization that would provide platform and respect to the talents hidden in our homes, free of charge, without any selfishness. Can give, even if one never gets a big platform, and then an organization was formed, which was named Vidyanjali Bharat Manch.
The organization has organized seven annual events (a poets conference and a felicitation ceremony) since 2015. In addition to giving a platform to young creators, it has also done the work of honoring hundreds of active institutions and scholars related to Hindi literature, art, education, society, health, and journalism. During a pandemic like Corona, the organization honored health workers, sanitation workers, and administrative officers for their excellent work in human service under the Ghar Ghar Samman Yojana.
Apart from the annual event (Maharathi), the organization also organizes half-yearly events (Udaan Kavi Sammelan and Pratibha Samman Samaroh) and in the month of June (Young Senior Poet Sammelan and Dharohar Samman Samaroh), under which the organization honors people for cow service and Malvi language in the last 8 years. Being given from! Through the organization’s official website, www.vidhyanjalibharatmanch.in, articles, compositions, and interviews of the country’s writers are published to strengthen their pens, and they are also honored from time to time on the basis of their achievements.
Kavi Sammelan, Honors and Achievements
My literary journey started under the guidance of Mhow’s poet, Vinod Singh Gurjar. He gave me my first big platform and honor through a poetry seminar (Rashtriya Hindi Rakshak Manch)! Due to his activism under the guidance of Director Dr. Vikas Dave, he received a poetry recital and honors from the Cultural Department of the Madhya Pradesh Government in Boda. Many prestigious institutions of the country, including Matribhasha Unnayan Sansthan, Delhi Theatre, Rashtriya Navbharat Jnanpith, and Madhushala Literary Family Rajasthan, received national honors and platforms, as did renowned newspapers such as the Navbharat Times, Dainik Agnibaan, Indore Samachar, Dainik Jagran, Prabhatkiran, City Blast, Punjab Kesari, Compositions and articles were published in four poetry collections, along with Samay Jagat, Devbhoomi Samachar, Priya Pathak, Women’s Express, etc. Interviewed on many news TV channels, including Political News, Bhaskar News, and Red Nine TV.
No one progresses without guidance and support.
I love writing makeup songs and spiritual hymns! My passion for writing started in 2011, and today I have written many songs, bhajans, muktaks, and poems on humanity. On August 14, 2022, one of my Ram Bhajans was also released, which has been heard and appreciated by 11k people so far! Which is sung and written by me! Apart from this, many more of my bhajans have come on YouTube and are being liked by the administrators. The country’s famous lyricist, Dr. Vishnu Saxena, has been my idol, and I have learned a lot by listening to and reading them. There were many difficulties in life, but my mother and wife never let me lose and always gave me courage and strength to move forward. Today, if Indore knows me as a literature lover, organizer, and lyricist, the credit for it goes only to Maa Hindi and my friends associated with it.
Never give up simplicity and humility.
My maternal uncle Suresh Virmal (teacher and litterateur), the elder of the family, always explained to me that no matter how big a person you become in life, a person should never forget his humility and simplicity, and by believing in this, I have reached this position today. The credit also goes to Uncle!
Message to youth related to Hindi literature
Always maintain constant efforts, activeness, and self-confidence; live with self-respect; and be patient. Success may come late, but it is definitely achieved!
A libretto dedicated to the youth:
Keep a bird of courage.
always condemn evil.
Family happiness is important, but
Keep your passion alive.
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Founder: Vidhyanjali Bharat Manch Indore