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Ravindra Prabhat's second novel released Today

Feb 5, 2012 , ,


New Delhi (India) : Indian fiction Writer & New Media Person Ravindra Prabhat's second Hindi novel "Prem Na Haat Bikay" released by Senior Hindi Novelist Pratap Sahagal in hall no. 11, World book Fair at Pragati Maidan.

Senior journalist Rahul Dev,Sunil Paroha, Dr. Harish Aroda, Awinash Vachaspati, Rajiv Ranjan Prasad, Subhash Nirav, Suresh Yadav, Geetaa Pandit. Ravindra Prabhat, Shailesh Bharatvasi, Balram Agarwal, Fazal Imam Malik, maya mriga,Vandana,Rachana, Nirmal Gupt,Dilip Singh Rana etc. were present on the occasion. This Book published by Hind Yugm Publication.

Senior journalist Rahul Dev said that " India has produced several writers who have influenced a whole generation and continue to inspire the coming generations by their writings. Their works vividly portray the picture of Indian society and subtly bring out the ills it. Ravindra Prabhat is one of a well known name in the field of Indian literature . He is a prominent Hindi poet and an eminent Indian novelist. whose writings used to be very emotionally charged."

Senior New media Person Awinash Vachaspati said that "Ravindra Prabhat is a very famous Hindi blogger  specially recognized for his critic works towards Hindi blogging, but his stories and novels speak for themselves. Poverty showered through his materialistic situations while his psychosomatic dimensions supported him."

Senior hindi Novelist Pratap Sahagal Said that "Ravindra Prabhat, best remembered for his debut novel ‘Taki Bacha Rahe Loktantra' is one of the powerful and emerging voices amongst India's post colonial literary stalwarts. His novels are written in a humorous style and are intended to go beyond the basic concept of comedy. He defied conventional traditions and created a niche for himself. This is his second novel ‘Prem na haat bikay’ is based on love triangle. I have read many love stories novel love triangle also,but this novel has touched my heart. Really a great job by the novelist Shri Ravindra Prabhat. My best wishes to him."

In the end Shailesh Bharatvasi calls the guests expressed gratitude.

(Report : Sushama Singh from New delhi)




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