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    साहित्य का सामाजिक विवेक

    September 19, 2017 Read More...

    साहित्य में अन्वेषण का आधार भिन्न-भिन्न होता है। अब यहां यह बात स्पष्ट करनी जरूरी है कि यह आधार हमेशा भौतिक ही नहीं, बल्कि दार्शनिक, वर्गीय व राष्ट्रीय भी होता…

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Talent Turf

ram mori

Ram Mori is a fabrication engineer and a visiting faculty at National Institute of Mass Communication Journalism (NIMCJ). In 2012, his first novel was published by Fulchhab Gujarati news paper. He also writes drama, television and film scripts. Many of his works have been awarded at drama festivals. He has been a part of All india young writers meet in 2016 organised by Sahitya Academy as Gujarati short story writer in, Agartala. He received the Yuva Gaurav Puraskar (2017) , for his collection of short-stories- ‘Mahotun’.

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Thus Spake…


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