Hindi literature of Mauritius
and other writings
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Sharda Nivas. 24 E Meldrum street. Curepipe road. Mauritius.
Tel : 696-5512
Travelling mostly the country-side and meeting common people .Reading famous books and writing personal feelings.
1961-1977. Presidency College,Riviere des anguilles and Curepipe.
1977-2004.Supervisor,PSSA,Min. of education and scientific research,Mauritius.
Hindi literary publications
1.Puspanjali.( a handful of flowers ) A collection of hindi poems. Star publication,New Delhi.2004.
Collective literary publication
1.Vishwa darpan ( a picture of the world). A collection of hindi poems from Fidji, Surinam, Nepal, Guyana,Trinidad and Tobago, U.K, and Mauritius. Edited by the author and published by Sanmarg Prakashan.New Delhi, India.1981.
Other literary publications
1960.My thoughts are ever green. A collection of poems.Mee Mee Printing,Mts.
1961.The garden of flowers. A collection of poems from local poets. Mee Mee Printing, Port Louis, Mauritius.
.1970.An easy guide to poetry writing.
Miscellanious periodical publications
Various articls and poems published in Presidency college magazine,The global minds, Aaj, Ajkal, Vasant, Rimjhim etc.
Glimpses of hindi writings
Lead me unto the village of stars
(Le chal mujhe taron ke gaon mein. Puspanjali p37)
Lead me unto the village of stars/The village of everlasting stars Lead me unto the village of stars/The village of everlasting stars
Where huge planets can hear my love/And be the witness of my heart Let me hear the music of Heaven/Let me reach the bossom of Queen Moon
Let me be one of her Queendom/And let my love shine like a star. Oh ! Queen of the night, let me visit your village/And your inhabitants the stars;
Make me once an angel and let me fly/Amongst the unknown feelings. This is no world to live in /Where love makes no friends
Take me away /Where only love reigns So lead me unto the village of stars/ Where only love reigns.
Souvenirs of hindi world
Other writers of the same interest and inclination
Chandra Mohan Sorifa