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Chaman Lal

Chaman Lal is an Indian academic and author. He is currently Professor in Hindi translation and Chairperson at Centre of Indian Languages, Jawaharlal Nehru University in New Delhi. Lal was born on 27 August 1947 in Rampura Phul town of Bathinda district in Punjab and had his early education there. He received an Master of Arts degree in Hindi and Punjabi from Panjab University, Chandigarh. He has an MA in linguistics and a Ph.D in Hindi from Jawaharlal Nehru University New Delhi. Prior to his current position at Jawaharlal Nehru University, Lal was the head of the Department of Hindi at Punjabi University, Patiala. He served as Hindi Officer in Corporation Bank, Bombay, and as sub-editor in the newspaper Jansatta in New Delhi before joining Punjabi University as a lecturer in Hindi in 1985. He also served for two years at Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar, during 1994-95 as Reader in Hindi Translation.Dr. Chaman Lal is a well known writer of Hindi, Punjabi, and English.He is presently Visiting Professor on Hindi Chair at The University of the West Indies, Trinidad&Tobago for year 2011.Chaman Lal is committed to progressive, rational and scientific humanist outlook and influenced by Marxist thought. During the emergency (1975�77), he was imprisoned for seven months. Publications/Books History of Bhagat Singh & other revolutionaries[edit] HindiBhagat Singh Aur Unke Sathiyon Ke Dastavej (Co- edited), ( Preface by Shiv Verma, close associate of Bhagat Singh ) 1986/87 Bhagat Singh Ke Sampooran Dastavej (Edited) ( 2004), ( Preface by Bhagat Singh�s younger brother Kultar Singh) Bhagat Singh ke Rajnitik Dastavez (Edited), NBT, New Delhi (Hindi) 2007 Shaheed Bhagat Singh: Dastavezon ke Aiane Mein (Edited) (Published by Govt. of India Publication Division 2007 Ghadar Party Nayak-Kartar Singh Sarabha 2007 Bhagat Singh, Medha publications Delhi 2009 [edit] EnglishJail Note book and Other Writings-Bhagat Singh (Compiled and Introduction) 2007 [edit] PunjabiBhagat Singh:Vicharvan Inqlabi, (Punjabi), Navyug Press, New Delhi 2009 Ghadar party Naik Kartar Singh Sarabha (Punjabi), NBT, New Delhi, 2008 Inqlabi Itihas De Sunehari Panne (History) (Punjabi) 2005 Punjabi Translation of Manmath Nath Gupt�s �Bharat Ke Krantikari�, (Close associate of Bhagat Singh, Serialized in Ghadar Party Memorial Hall Jalandhar�s Punjab journal �DeshBhagat Yaadan�, edited by legendary Ghadarite Baba Gurmukh Singh) [edit] MarathiBhagat Singh:Sampuran Vangmay(Edited) (Preface by Justice P.B. Sawant, retired Supreme Court Judge ) 2007 Apart from his writings on Bhagat Singh,he also delivered thirty lectures in India and abroad during Bhagat Singh centenary(2006�08) [edit] Book in Hindi[edit] CriticismYashpal Ke Upanyason Mein Rajnitik Chetna. 1986 Pratinidhi Hindi Upanayas. 1988 Yashpal Ke Upnayas 2002 Sahitya Sanskriti Ka Pragatisheel Samajshastriya Avlokan 2002 Guru Ravi Das: Dalit Sahitya Ke Agardoot 1998 Kavita ke Manviya Sarokar 2005 Dalit Sahitya: Eik Mulyankan 2008 [edit] EditedVartman Ke Rubru (Selected Prose Writings and Evaluation of Paash) 2000 Dalit Aur Ashwet Sahitya 2001 Hindi Patarkarita:Vividh Aayam 2006 Yashpal Ke Upanyas:Vividh Preprekshya 2006 Jagdish Chander:Dalit Jivan ke Upanyaskar-2010 [edit] Edited And TranslationBeech Ka Raasta Nahin Hot-Paash 1989 Samay �o Bhai Samay-Paash 1993, (Winner of Sahitya Academy National Translation Prize -2001) Lahu Hai Ke Phir Bhi Gata Hai �Paash 1998 Jab Janjire Tootengi-Paash 2002 Sampooran Kavitayen-Paash 2004 Kabhi Nahin Socha Tha -Surjit Patar 1998, (Winner of Central Hindi Directorate�s National Award for Year 2001) Dr. Daljit Singh Ki Pratinidhi Kavitayen (Edited & Translated) 2003 TejaSingh (Translation) 1997 Dharamguru (Translation) 2005 Andhere Mein Sulgati Varanmala-Surjit Patar-Translation with introduction of poet's Sahitya Akademi award winning collection,2010 Shreshath Kahanian-Waryam Sandhu (Selection&Trans.), 2009 [edit] Books in EnglishThe Punjabi and Dalit Images in Indian literature (Criticism) 1998 Gurmukhi Manuscripts in Patiala 1990 Storms Never Know Defeat-Paash (Edited) 1989 Dalit and Woman in Indian Literature (edited-bilingual) 2001 [edit] Books in Punjabi[edit] CriticismPunjabi Novel Te Desh Di Wand Da Parbhav,Amritsar, 1985 Prasangvash,Haranad,Delhi, 1996 Shahkar Sahita Te Sahitkar,Chetna Prakashan Ludhiana, 2000 [edit] Edited And TranslationVartman De Rubru Kala,Sahit Te Sabhiachar,Punjabi University,Patiala, - Luxun 1999 Ekam-Translation-(Birender Kumar Bhattacharya �s novel),NBT,New Delhi, 1987 Bharti Jailan Vich Panj Vareh-Translation-Mary Tylor,Tarakbharti,Barnala(Punjab) 1985/2006 [edit] Books in MarathiSampuran Bhagat Singh Vangmaya (Translation with preface by retired Supreme court judge P.B.Sawant) 2007 Paash Chya Nivadak Kavita (Translated) 2008 Apart from these books his writings are available on his blogger[2] and wordpress[3] blogs Honours and awards1. Sahitya Akademi National Translation Prize-2002 2. National Award by Central Hindi Directorate-2001 3. Shiromani Hindi Sahityakar Award by Punjab Govt.-2003 4. Justice Shardacharan Setu Samman, Kolkata-2006 5. Honoured by many cultural organizations. Kamaljit Singh Thind is a producer, director & host of Mehak Punjab Di TV program on Joy TV Channel 10 every Saturday at 10:30 AM. And also producer, director , host & editor of world's first Punjabi literary Video Magazine www.punjabikalma.com .

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