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Nirmal Verma

Indian writer

1929   -   2005

country of citizenship: India, British Raj
language of expression: Hindi
educated at: University of Delhi, St. Stephen's College
occupation: linguist, translator, writer, literary critic, poet
award received: Sahitya Akademi Award, Padma Bhushan, Jnanpith Award

Nirmal Verma (3 April 1929 – 25 October 2005) was a Hindi writer, novelist, activist and translator. He is credited as being one of the pioneers of the Nai Kahani (New Story) literary movement of Hindi literature, wherein his first collection of stories, Parinde (Birds) is considered its first signature.In his career spanning five decades and various forms of literature, like story, travelogue and essays, he penned five novels, eight short-story collections and nine books of non-fiction, including essays and travelogues.
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Kavve aur Kala Pani

निर्मल वर्मा द्वारा रचित कहानी संग्रह

author: Nirmal Verma

Raat ka Reporter

Novel by Nirmal Verma

author: Nirmal Verma

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