SILENT CHANGE IN RAJASTHAN – The poetic of Kanhaiyalal Sethia

His poems reflect the silent changes taking place in rural life, and the melting pot of elements (like nature and philosophy) inside the language, where every word seems to have been generated to suit the meaning of what the poet wants to convey to his readers. KANHAIYALAL SETHIA was a well known Rajasthani such an Hindi poet. He was born in Sujangarh (Churu District), in the Indian state of Rajasthan. He was a passionate supporter of making Rajasthani, the mother tongue of the people of Rajasthan. He died in Kolkata, West Bengal. His two Rajasthani poems are world famous and have attained cult status. “Dharti Dhora Ri” is recognized as the Anthem Song of Rajasthan throughout the world.

Sujangarh is a city in the Shekhawati region of Rajasthan, 360 km from Delhi. Among its natives, Kanhaiyalal Sethia (1919-2008), a famous poet who wrote the famous poem The Land of Sand Du. The city is known for its 18th century strong and timeless temples. Chhapar (near Sujangarh) is famous for its Tal Chhapar Sanctuary, home to a variety of birds. The sanctuary is on the fringe of the great Indian desert. The Thar Tal Chhapar sanctuary is located in Sujangarh Tehsil, Churu District. The Salasar Balaji Temple is 25 km from Sujangarh.

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