Anil Tripathi

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Anil Tripathi
Born(1971-03-01)1 March 1971
Tiwaripur, Sultanpur, Uttar Pradesh, India
OccupationPoet, critic, essayist
Notable awards
  • Devi Shankar Awasthi Smriti Samman (2006)

Anil Tripathi is an Indian contemporary poet who writes in Hindi.[1] He is also a significant critic and essayist. He is awarded with the Devi Shankar Awasthi Smriti Samman (2006). His notable works in the field of poetry include 'Ek Stri Ka Roznaamcha'(Daily Routine Of A Woman) and 'Achanak Kuch Nahi Hota' (Nothing Happens Suddenly).

Early life and education

Anil Tripathi was born on 1 March 1971 in village Tiwaripur,of Sultanpur district in Uttar Pradesh. He completed his graduation from University of Allahabad, Allahabad in 1991. He did his Masters degree from Jawaharlal Nehru University in 1994 and also completed his M.Phil & Ph.D from the same University under the guidance of eminent Indian poet Prof. Kedarnath Singh.[2]

Poetic style

Anil Tripathi began writing in the last decade of the 20th century, which he considers to be a very significant era for Hindi poetry. Exhibiting the various challenges before the present society and mankind, his poetic style is highly influenced by the many evolving issues of this era including Globalization, Liberalization, Post Modernization, Environmental crisis etc. Eminent poet Kedarnath commented on Anil’s collection ‘Achanak Kuch Nahi Hota’ – “After reading the entire collection, I realized that this work came after a long preparation and maturity, not suddenly like its title 'Nothing Happens Suddenly'. I believe that it will reach the poetic readers of Hindi and will be read and appreciated."

Literary works

Anil has written books in Hindi. His books include:

Poetry anthology

  • Ek Stri Ka Roznaamcha
  • Achanak Kuch Nahi Hota[3]


  • Nai Kavita Aur Vijaydev Narayan Sahi


  • Mitti Ki Roshni
  • Pratinidhi Kavitayein - Kedarnath Singh (alongwith Parmananda Srivastava)

Awards and honours

He received the Devishankar Awasthi Smriti Samman in 2007 for his work 'Nai Kavita Aur Vijaydev Narayan Sahi'.[4]


  1. "सहजि सहजि गुन रमैं : अनिल त्रिपाठी". समालोचन. Retrieved 2020-08-23.
  2. "अनिल त्रिपाठी - कविता कोश". (in हिन्दी). Retrieved 2020-08-23.
  3. "अनिल त्रिपाठी के कविता संग्रह पर विशाल श्रीवास्तव की समीक्षा". अनिल त्रिपाठी के कविता संग्रह पर विशाल श्रीवास्तव की समीक्षा. Retrieved 2020-08-23.
  4. मौर्य, शिरीष कुमार. "अनिल त्रिपाठी". Retrieved 2020-08-23.

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