Jhaverchand Meghani (()28 August – ()9 March ) was a noted poet, writer, social reformer and freedom fighter from Gujarat. He is a well-known name in the field of Gujarati literature. and The Ruby Shattered. His poems are taught as a part of syllabus in Gujarat Board Schools ( GSEB). recited the poem `Somebody’s Darling’ by French Poetess Marie Ravenal de The recitation inspired him to spontaneously free-translate the poem into Gujarati . J H A V E R C H A N D M E G H A N I. Gujarati Litterateur and Freedom Fighter whom Mahatma Gandhi spontaneously gave the title of Raashtreeya Shaayar.
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Guest House where Meghani stayed. First Poem at the age of 12 A philanthropist, Chimanaji Velaji, visiting the J ain Paathshaalaa study centre at Bagasara took out a donation. As for Crickethe enjoyed watching good, interesting matches.
Puraatan Jyot The Pristine Glow. Abhesinh Rathod Hemu Gadhavi. He was more inclined towards Literature and Language. Presented with a Maan-Patra citationwhich he said, was more a Prem-Patra. He was soon promoted as the Manager of the company’s factory at Belur, Crown Aluminium, which had a workforce of over people. Meghani got on to the table so that he could be seen and heard better by the huge audience. Jasonath Gujaratu Temple, Bhavnagar.
Overcome with grief when Tagore died on August 7,Meghani paid an extraordinary and heart-touching tribute to one whom he considered his mentor.
Baal Mitra Mandal Formed Baal Mitra Mandala group of school friends at Bagasara, and carried out various social and cultural activities under its banner. President of Literature section. Old Residency behind Jasonath Mahadev Temple. On getting the news of the ill-health of his elder brother Lalchandbhai who had settled at Calcutta now Kolkota rushed there, leaving mid-way everything on hand at Bhavnagar.
The Bardic Lore – ‘Chaaranee Vaanee’. Bankim Chandra Chattopadhay – And ultimately aquitted on September 9, Retrieved from ” https: Bidaai Marataa Baalak-nu Aashvaasan: Folklore – A Living Force.
But donot fear I would for ever remain full: Bagasara – Darbargadh work-place. Ranjitram Suvarna Chandrak Dasha Shrimaali Vanik Vidhaarthi Bhavan. Guest House on the bank of river Hadala where Meghani stayed. Umashankar Joshi First Recipient ‘Praacheena’ Hathibhai Rambhai Vank Administrator of Vadia estate.
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It was as if Kathiawaar was calling him. Later he returned to Saurashtra and joined the editorial board of the weekly Saurashtra megnani Rajkot in He was born in Chotila. A white long coata dhoti reaching well down the knees and a turban typically tied around his head was his regular attire in the college. He lived a simple and sober life and his simplicity prompted his college mates to call him Raja Janak.
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The river rushed and hissed. During this period he also started writing short stories independently and served as editor for ‘ Phoolchaab ‘ magazine.
A popular Patriotic Song Sankalibai Gosaliya Maasee maternal aunt. It had become almost a tradition in the family. Of course, a few poems, which were found to meet the high standard he had set for inclusion in Sanchayitawere picked up from the earlier collections too.
Darbar Vajsurvala Valeravala Hadala – Bagasara estate. Much as Meghani felt like taking up the challenge, he, somehow, just could not get going all out on it. Front Page of Phulcchab: On passing his Matriculation examinationhe was presented with a Maan-Patra citation at a function organised by his friends of Baal Mitra Mandal on the terrace of Darbargadh of Bagasara.
T errace of Cheena Bhavana time: The gyjarati Bangla in Gujarati script. Sub-jail at Court, Ahmedabad where he was lodged for a night. Aradeshar Khabardar Noted Gujarati Poet.
Court of City Magistrate at Bhadra, Ahmedabad gujjarati he was presented. In Debendranath built a small retreat for meditation, and in he dedicated the land and buildings towards establishment of a Brahmavidyalaya and a library.