Short note on Makhanlal Chaturvedi
Makhanlal Chaturvedi was a distinguished freedom fighter, an acclaimed poet and such a meticulous journalist that Asia’s first College of its type devoted to journalism and communication is named after him.
It referred to as the Makhanlal Chaturvedi Nationwide College of Journalism and Communication and is located in Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh.
He is significantly remembered for his contribution to quit India movement againstBritish Raj.
He was the first poet to obtain the Sahitya Akademi Award during 1955 for his major contribution to the Neo Romanticism Motion in Hindi literature.
His work ‘Him Taringini’ maintains well-liked among the many literary circles even at present. He was additionally honoured by the Sagar College with a ‘D.Lit.’ (Doctorate of Literature) honorary in 1959.
Makhanlal was the editor of nationalistic journals, “Prabha” and later “Karmaveer”. He was additionally repeatedly imprisoned through the British Raj and was a kind of few freedom fighters who avoided looking for a rank within the authorities after the Indian independence.
He continued to display and write towards social evils and supported an exploitation-free, equitable society as imagined by Mahatma Gandhi. Even in his poems this unconditional love and respect in direction of his motherland might be clearly seen and that’s the reason he was additionally known as “a real Indian spirit”.