Biography of Shamsher Bhadur Singh

Biography of Shamsher Bhadur Singh
Biography of Shamsher Bhadur Singh
Shamsher Bahadur Singh is a progressive poet of modern Hindi poetry. These are Hindi and Urdu scholars. They have their place in the first line of poets of experimentalism and new poetry. Their style is influenced by English poet Ezra Pound. Shamsher Bahadur Singh is the poet of ‘Second Saptak’ (1951). Shamsher Bahadur Singh has experimented in pictures similar to poems.
        In the modern poem, ‘Agnive’ and Shamsher’s work are two different directions – In the poem of ‘Agniveer’, the tendency of maintaining balance between the object and the pattern is reflected, there is an additional awareness of craftsmanship in Shamsher. From this point of view Shamsher and ‘Agnayee’ are closer to two modern English poets, Ezra Pound and Elliott respectively.
        Ezra Pound is credited with giving priority to craft in modern English-poetry. Expectation of the object, more awareness is visible to them. In the modern English-poetry, new poetic-style uses begin with Ezra Pound. In his statement, Shamsher Bahadur Singh has accepted the effect of Ezra Pound with liberating – Ezra Pound has probably become my greatest model in technics.

Introduction of Shamsher Bhadur Singh :

        Shamsher Bahadur Singh was born on 13 January 1911 in Dehradun. His father’s name was Tarif Singh and mother’s name was Param Devi. Shamsher’s brother, Tej Bahadur, was two years younger than him. His mother used to call both brothers ‘pair of Ram-Lakshman’. When Shamsher Bahadur Singh was eight or nine years old, his mother died, but the pair of both brothers remained till the death of Shamsher.

Education of Shamsher Bhadur Singh:

        Initial education took place in Dehradun and the examination of high school-intermediate was given by Gonda. B.A. Doing from Allahabad, MA for any reason. Could not finish the final. In 1935-36, learned the painting art from the Uikeel brothers. Editing collaboration in ‘Rupabab’, ‘Kahaani’, ‘New Literature’, ‘Maya’, ‘New Path’, ‘Manohar Stories’ etc. He was the Editor of Urdu-Hindi Kosh Project and President of Vikram University’s Premchand Srishnapith. The second string is the octave poet.

Marriage of Shamsher Bhadur Singh :

        In 1929, Shamsher Bahadur Singh was married to Dharmavati in 18 years, but after six years his wife Dharmavati died due to TB. Shamsher, 24, found this lack of life always being present in the poem. Keeping him alive in his poetry, he was able to compete with the era by whom he had been snatched. In the youth, Shamsher Bahadur Singh was influenced by leftist ideology and progressive literature. His life was of the lower middle class person.

Poetry style of Shamsher Bhadur Singh:

        In Shamsher Bahadur Singh, the aim of creating miracles and intriguing figures by their scales, aberrations, and music sounds is available, but there is often a lack of incentive ideology in them. The trend of giving a fascinating travesty by the curvature of expression, using the new word-plan based on the Varna-Vigya and Charcha-panth, has a greater significance than any concrete idea.
        In Shamsher Bahadur Singh, the principles of free companionship and unconcernable miserliness are clearly visible. Incompleteness in their expression is reflected. Schmöcher’s poem has more confused sensitivity. They have more awareness of word-fascination, word-and-play and can be seen through the word-plan to create music-sound tendencies.

Modern Poetry of Shamsher Bhadur Singh:

        Shamsher’s poems are more closely related to modern poetry, where the position of the reader and listener’s support is accepted. His speculation is not exactly ‘ready-read’. He fully expects the taste of ‘social’. From this point of view, the abstraction in them appears in their very pure form. Affected by the ghazal of Urdu, he has adopted the latest forms of poetry-crafts.
        He is a pioneer in experimentalism and new poetry awards. His composition is unique in Hindi and is composed of many possibilities. In the new poets of Hindi, his name is the first one. With ‘agnostic’, Shamsher has unveiled the new directions of composition in Hindi-poems and has given a momentum to post-liberation poetry.

Thinking of Shamsher Bhadur Singh:

        Shamsher Bahadur Singh was a supporter of the classic style of life and the lifelong progressive ideology of Masal Andreea in Hindi literature. They adopted independence and revolution as their own personal thing. Even by giving the most sensational picture of sensory beauty, they are not as aesthetic as the agnostic. They have such a solidity, which does not allow their humility to arise. At the same time, there is no restriction in one framework. Suryakant Tripathi ‘Nirala’ was her beloved poet Remembering them, Shamsher Bahadur Singh wrote, “When you forget, when the path is lost, I am the enigma, the eye of the dense tumors / flames.”
        Shamsher’s Raga-Virag was deep and lasting. Opportunity to adopt views, leaving them was not work. Like his friend and poet Kedarnath Agrawal, he could have experienced the ‘pompous pomp of pubescourse’ on one side and on the other hand could see ‘procession in the market of bloody Gwalior’. For them there was no separation and opposition in privacy and socialism, but both were the two ends of the same existence. Shamsher Bahadur Singh was one of those poets who did not have any resistance in Marxism’s revolutionary faith and India’s long cultural tradition.

Poetry of Shamsher Bhadur Singh:

1. ‘Some Poems’ (1956)
2. ‘Some Other Poems’ (1961)
3. ‘Poems of Shamsher Bahadur Singh’ (1972)
4. ‘So Close Your’ (1980)
5. ‘Uddita: Conflict of Expressions’ (1980)
6. ‘I Did not Give Me Me’ (1981)
7. ‘Talk Bolegi’ (1981)
8. ‘Kala is with you is my Marie’ (1988)
9. ‘Shamsher Ghazals

Prose construction by Shamsher Bhadur Singh:

1. ‘Doab’ essay – collection (1948)
2. ‘Plot Front’ stories and sketches (1952)
3. ‘Diary of Shamsher.’
4. Translation
5. Urdu novel ‘Kamini’ by Sarshar
6. ‘Hushu’
7. ‘Where P.’
8. History of Urdu Literature written by Ezaz Hussain.
9. ‘Conspiracy’ (History of anti-Soviet activities)
10. ‘Vandavasilvaska’ (Russian) novel ‘Prithvi and Akash’
11. ‘Alice in Wonder People’