Noted Hindi author Dr. Narendra Mohan celebrates 77th b’day


Delhi, July 30, 2012: Noted Hindi author, critic and poet celebrated his 77th birth anniversary at his residence here today. His family members were present on the occasion.

City Air News too wishes him happy birth anniversary and pray for his long and happier life.

He has penned several books. Recently, he has written `Manto Zinda Hai’ a book on noted Udru story teller Saadat Hasan Manto.

He was born on July 30, 1935 in Lahore. After the partition, he accompanied by his parents shifted to Ambala and received his education from Matriculation to M.A at Ambala.

After six years of teaching at various colleges in Panjab and Agricultural University, Hissar( Haryana), shifted to Delhi University, Khalsa College and later on joined as Reader in Hindi Department, Delhi University. Retired in the year 2000.

Active for the last four decades as a Playwright, Poet and Critic, Dr. Narendra Mohan has established his identity as a national figure at the literary scene. He is a trend setter in poetry (Vichar Kavita, Lambi Kavita). His critical works initiated new discourses on Partition and Manto. His complete works have been published in eight volumes. Narendra Mohan’s Ranchavali is a significant contribution to Hindi literature. A TV serial ‘Ujale Ki Aur’ of 26 episodes, written by him and directed by Hrishikesh Mukherjee, earned him recognition and fame.

Narendra Mohan is a distinguished Playwright.