Dayaram ( (1777–1853) was a Gujarati poet. He belongs to middle age or " Madhya-kal " in Gujarati literature. He was known for his literary form called " Garbi " in Gujarat. He was a follower of Pushtimarg of Hindu religion. Dayaram, along with Narsinh Mehta and Meera, is considered as major contributor in Bhakti-kal in Gujarati literature.Although Dayaram has written in prose a major chunk of his published work is in poetry. The total number of his creations is not known and is still under debate. There are various opinions of Scholars. Kavi Narmad writes; with confirmation with Dayaram’s chief disciple Ranchod, that the poet has written 38 Gujarati books and 37 Hindustani books, where as one other scholar states that the total number of books is 87, where as some others believe that the total Number of the poets creation is almost one and a half lakhs ; where as some believe that he has written 48 books in Gujarati,41 in ‘Vraj’ plus 7000 more in ‘gujarati’,12,000 in ‘Vraj’,200 in Marathi,24 in Punjabi,15 in Sanskrit and 75 in Urdu etc. Tribhuvandas luhar
He was born on 22 March 1926 at Miyamatar, Bharuch, Gujarat, India and died on 13 January 1998.he completed his primary education at Rashtriya Shala of Bharuch and obtained his higher education at Ahmedabad Vidyapith. He wrote many poems such as Namu. He was a revolutionary hero. He played a part in the independence struggle in India by sheer violence.[ Works
"Kavyamangala" "Vasudha" "Yatra" are collections of his poems. "Piyasi" is the collection of his short stories. He was the editor of magazines "Dakshina" and "Baldakshina" produced by Shri Arvind Ashram
Meerabai (c. 1498 – c. 1557 AD) ; the word 'bai' in Rajasthani is an informal term commonly used to refer a girl) was a princess Hindu mystical and a devotee of Lord Krishna from Rajasthan. She was one of the most significant figures Sant of the Vaishnava bhakti movement. Some 1,300 pads (poems) commonly known as bhajans (sacred songs) are...
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