Bhagwan Singh (Indian Writer)

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Born (1931-07-01) 1 July 1931 (age 89)
Gorakhpur, Uttar Pradesh
Occupation
  • Writer
  • Novelist
  • Linguist
  • Historian
  • Critic
NationalityIndian
CitizenshipIndia
Alma materDeen Dayal Upadhyay Gorakhpur University
Subject
  • Vedic Literature
  • Indus Valley Civilization
  • Indo-European languages
  • Etymology
Notable worksHarappa Sabhyata Aur Vedic Sahitya,The Vedic Harappans,Apne Apne Ram

Bhagwan Singh (born 01 July 1931) is an Indian writer, critic, historian, and linguist, known for his scholarly work in history, languages, culture, and literature[1][2][3]. He has provided evidence from vedic literature, interfaced with evidence from archaeology to infer that Vedic Aryans were Harappans[4][5]. This work was first published in 1987 in 2 volumes in Hindi Harappa Sabhyata Aur Vedic Sahitya [6][7][8] and in 1995 in English The Vedic Harappans[4][9][10]. He is also known for his novel Apne Apne Ram[11][12] in which the epic story of Ramayana is retold from a new perspective.

Early Life

Bhagwan Singh was born in a Farmer’s family in village Gagaha in Gorakhpur district of Uttar Pradesh. His early education was in local village schools and higher education in Gorakhpur. He received B.A. degree from Maharana Pratap College in 1955 and M.A in Hindi Language and Literature from Saint Andrews College in 1958. During his student life he developed keen interest in poetry and literature.

Career

He joined Post and Telegraph department as Research Assistant in 1965 and in 1968 moved to PMG Office, Calcutta as Hindi Supervisor, where in the course of implementing Hindi in official work he developed keen interest in the inter-relationship of Indian languages and movement of the people resulting into his seminal research work, Sthan Namon ka Bhashvagyanik Adhyayan (A Linguistic study of Place Names, 1970) . He moved to Delhi in 1971 and joined Delhi Government as Hindi Officer and held various positions. Retired in 1989 as Deputy Registrar of Technical Education.

Selected Works

Novels

Collection of Poems

  • Apne Samanantar (1970)

Indian History and Culture

  • Bharat Tab Se Ab Tak (1996)[22]
  • Bhartiya Sabhyata Ki Nirrmiti (2004)[23]
  • Prachin Bharat Ke Itihaskar (2011)[24][25]
  • Bhartiya Parampara Ki Khoj (2011)[26]

Research - Languages

  • Sthaan naamo Ka Bhashavaigyanik Adhyayan (1973)
  • Arya Dravid Bhashaon Ki MoolBhoot Ekta (1973)
  • Arya Dravid Bhashaon Ka Antah-Sambandh (2013)[27]

Reaserch – History

  • Harappa Sabhyata Aur Vedic Sahitya (1987)[7][6][28]
  • The Vedic Harappans (1995)[9][10]

Re-writing

Collection of Critical Essays

  • Indradhanush Ke Rang (1996)[33]
  • Kosambi: Kalpana Se Yathartha Tak (2011)[34][35][36]
  • Itihaas Ka Vartamaan Vol 1,2,3 (2018)[37][38][39]
  • Bhartiya Rajneeti Main Modi Factor Tatha Anya Prasang (2018)[40]

Children Books

  • Panchatantra Part 1,2,3 (2010)

Awards and Honours

  • Hindi Academy (1987)
  • Hindi Academy (2000)
  • Mahapandit Rahul Sankrityayan Award (2005)[41]
  • Shankar Puraskar (2004)

References

  1. "BHAGWAN SINGH". Vani Prakashan.
  2. "BHAGWAN SINGH". Rajkamal Prakashan Group.
  3. "Bhagwan Singh". किताबघर प्रकाशन.
  4. 4.0 4.1 Singh, Jaspal. "On Aryans and Colonial Archaeology". Columbia University.
  5. "International Seminar on "How Deep are the Roots of Indian Civilization? An Archaeological and Historical Perspective"" (PDF). Vivekanand International Foundation.
  6. 6.0 6.1 "Hadappa Sabhyata Aur Vaidik Sahitya". Google Books.
  7. 7.0 7.1 "Hadappa Sabhyata Aur Vaidik Sahitya". Rajkamal Publications.
  8. "हड़प्पा सभ्यता और वैदिक साहित्य". Goodreads.
  9. 9.0 9.1 "The Vedic Harappans". goodreads.
  10. 10.0 10.1 Siṃha, Bhagavāna, 1931- (1995). The Vedic Harappans. New Delhi: Aditya Prakashan. ISBN 81-86471-04-9. OCLC 34114526.CS1 maint: multiple names: authors list (link)
  11. 11.0 11.1 "अपने अपने राम". Goodreads.
  12. Stasik, Danuta. "The Infinite Story : The Past and Present of the Ramayanas in Hindi".
  13. "MAHABHISHAG". सस्ता साहित्य मण्डल प्रकाशन.
  14. "Mahabhishag". Google Books.
  15. "महाभिषग". भारतीय साहित्य संग्रह - Pustak.org.
  16. "Apne Apne Ram". Amazon India.
  17. "Unmad". Google Books.
  18. Singh, Bhagwan (2014). Unmaad. New Delhi, India: Sasta Sahitya Mandal Prakashan. ISBN 9788173096723.
  19. "Shubhra". Google Books.
  20. "शुभ्रा". Vani Prakashan.
  21. Siṃha, Bhagavāna, 1931- (2000). Śubhrā. Śarmā, Surendra Kumāra, 1935- (1. saṃskaraṇa ed.). Nayī Dillī: Vāṇī Prakāśana. ISBN 81-7055-692-9. OCLC 166353041.CS1 maint: multiple names: authors list (link)
  22. "Bharat Tab Se Ab Tak". Google Books.
  23. "Bharat : Tab Se Ab Tak". किताबघर प्रकाशन.
  24. "PRACHIN BHARAT KE ITIHASKAAR". सस्ता साहित्य मण्डल प्रकाशन.
  25. Singh, Bhagwan (2011). Historians of Ancient India. New Delhi: Sasta Sahitya Mandal. ISBN 978-81-7309-569-6.
  26. Siṃha, Bhagavāna, 1931-. Bhāratīya paramparā kī khoja (1. saṃskaraṇa ed.). Naī Dillī. ISBN 978-81-7309-564-1. OCLC 1076823148.CS1 maint: multiple names: authors list (link)
  27. आर्य द्रविड़ भाषाओं का अंत: संबंध - The Inner Relations Between Arya and Dravid Language.
  28. Siṃha, Bhagavāna, 1931-. Haṛappā sabhyatā aura vaidika sāhitya (Cauthā saṃśodhita saṃskaraṇa ed.). Nayī Dillī. ISBN 978-81-7119-301-1. OCLC 763111730.CS1 maint: multiple names: authors list (link)
  29. "Upanishadon Ki Kahaniyan". National Book Trust, Ministry of Human Resource Development, Gov. of India.
  30. Siṃha, Bhagavāna, 1931- (1993). Upanishadoṃ kī kahāniyāṃ (1. saṃskaraṇa ed.). Nayī Dillī: Neśanala Buka Ṭrasṭa. ISBN 81-237-0531-X. OCLC 30518252.CS1 maint: multiple names: authors list (link)
  31. "Panchtantra Kee Kahaniyan". National Book Trust, Ministry of Human Resource Development, Govt. of India.
  32. Singh, Bhagvan. (2011). Panchtantra kee kahaniyan. Delhi: Sasta Sahitya Mandal. ISBN 978-81-7309-551-1. OCLC 756801316.
  33. "इन्द्रधनुष के रंग". वाणी प्रकाशन.
  34. "Kosambi Kalpana Se Yatharth Tak". राजकमल प्रकाशन समूह.
  35. "कोसंबी कल्पना से यथार्थ तक". भारतीय साहित्य संग्रह - Pustak.org.
  36. Siṃha, Bhagavāna, 1931-. Kosambī : kalpanā se yathārtha taka. Naī Dillī. ISBN 978-81-7305-434-1. OCLC 842337857.CS1 maint: multiple names: authors list (link)
  37. "Itihaas Ka Vartamaan". किताबघर प्रकाशन.
  38. Siṃha, Bhagavāna, 1931-. Itihāsa kā vartamāna : āja ke bauddhika sarokāra (Prathama saṃskaraṇa ed.). Nayī Dillī. ISBN 978-93-83233-75-5. OCLC 973714273.CS1 maint: multiple names: authors list (link)
  39. Siṃha, Bhagavāna, 1931-. Itihāsa kā vartamāna : āja ke bauddhika sarokāra (Prathama saṃskaraṇa ed.). Nayī Dillī. ISBN 978-93-83233-75-5. OCLC 973714273.CS1 maint: multiple names: authors list (link)
  40. "Bhartiya Rajneeti Mein Modi Factor Tatha Anya Prasang". किताबघर प्रकाशन.
  41. "Mahapandit Rahul Sankrityayan Award", Wikipedia, 2020-11-22, retrieved 2021-01-31

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