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Sachchidananda Hirananda Vatsyayan, popularly known by his pen-name, Agyeya (अज्ञेय, "beyond comprehension"), was a pioneering writer of modern Hindi poetry, fiction, criticism and journalism. He was one of the most prominent exponents of the Nayi Kavita (New Poetry) and Prayog (Experiments) movements in modern Hindi literature.[1][2] He also edited the Saptaks, a literary series, and started the Hindi newsweekly Dinaman.[3] Agyeya also translated some of his own works, as well as works of some other Indian authors to English. He also translated some books of world literature into Hindi.

Contents

1 Early life and education 2 Career 3 Literary works 4 Awards and honours 5 Dramatic productions 6 Further reading 7 References 8 External links

Early life and education[edit] Sachchidananda Vatsyayan was born on 7 March 1911 in a tent at Kasya, Kushinagar district of Uttar Pradesh.[4] His father Hirananda Sahhstri was an archaeologist, who was also a scholar of Sanskrit.[5] His childhood was spent in many different places, including Gorakhpur, Lucknow(1911–15), Nalanda(1919–25), Udupi, Madras, Jalandhar, Jammu(1915–19) and Srinagar. He was home tutored Hindi, English, Persian, Bangla and History. He learned Tamil and Sanskrit in a monastery in Udupi. He was enrolled in an English School in Ooty which he left and returned home to pass matriculate in 1925 in Punjab as a private student. He did Intermediate from Madras Christian College in 1927 with Maths, Physics and Sanskrit subjects, thereafter studied at Forman Christian College, Lahore, where he did his BSc in Industrial Science 1929. After graduation he was included in Punjab University's "Cosmic Ray Expedition" to Kashmir under Prof. James Martin Baned. He joined M.A. English, but couldn't complete his studies as soon he joined the Indian independence movement's underground activities with Bhagat Singh, Lala Lajpat Rai, Chandrashekhar Azad, Sukhdev and Yashpal, after about a year of enrollment in M.A. He was given the task to transport Bhagat Singh out of jail in a truck by Chandrashekhar Azad but this plan was abandoned after the death of Bhagwati Charan Vohra in Lahore bomb blast. After this incident, Yashpal hid him in the mountains for about a month under the alias of 'Scientist', after which, he hid in several places under many pseudonyms. In November 1930 he was arrested under the fictitious identity of Mulla Mohammed Bux in Amritsar. He was kept in Lahore for one month, then spent three and a half years (1930–33) in jails of Delhi and Punjab in the infamous Delhi Conspiracy Case. Later he remained under house arrest for two months in the Fort and for two years at home. His classic novel-trilogy Shekhar: Ek Jivani was a product of those prison days. The third part of the novel was never published because the manuscript was seazed by the jailer and never returned. In the beginning he was associated with the PWA (Progressive Writers Association) and was a member of the Anti-Fascist Front. During World War II in the wake of the fascist Japanese attack's threat he joined Indian ( that time Allied) Force for three years (1943–1946) as a Captain by mobilising people's resistance against the enemy. He left the army when the war was over. Career[edit] Agyeya edited "Sainik" from Agra (1936), "Vishal Bharat" from Calcutta (now Kolkata) (1936) and "Prateek" (1947) and "Naya Prateek" (1973) respectively from Allahabad and New Delhi. In English he edited "Vak" (1951) also. He also worked for All India Radio for a short time, before joining the army in 1943. He travelled extensively, both in India and abroad. He travelled to Japan in 1957-58, where he learned about Zen Buddhism which influenced him and his writing style. He travelled to Europe again in 1960 where he retreated in Pier-de-Quer Monastery. Between 1961 and 1964, he held a visiting faculty position at the University of California, Berkeley. In 1965, he returned to India and became Founder Editor of the newsweekly Dinaman of the Times of India Group. When the members of the Hungry generation or Bhookhi Peerhi movement were arrested and prosecuted for their anti-establishment writings, 'Ajneya' through Dinmaan relentlessly supported the young literary group of Kolkata till they were exonerated. His dispatches on Bihar's famous famine are considered milestones in pro-people reporting. He remained in India till 1968, before embarking on a trip to Europe. In 1969 he returned to Berkeley as Regents Professor, and continued there till June 1970. In 1976, he had an 8-month stint at Heidelberg University, as a Visiting Professor. Later he joined University of Jodhpur, Rajasthan as Professor and Head of the Deptt. of Comparative Literature. He served as Editor of Jayprakash Narayan's Everyman's Weekly (1973–74) and Editor-in-Chief of Hindi daily Navbharat Times (1977–80) of the Times of India Group. Interview, as a form of writing, was popularized by Agyeya. Five interviews with him are available today. He died on 4 April 1987 in New Delhi. Literary works[edit] Poetry anthologies:

Bhagndoot (1933) Chinta (1942) Ityalam (1946) Hari ghaas par kshan-bhar (1949) Baawra aheri (1954) Indradhanu raunde hue ye (1957) Ari o karuna prabhamaya (1959) Aangan ke paar dvaar (1961) Poorva (1965) Sunahale Shaivaal (1965) Kitni naavon mein kitni baar (1967) Kyonki main usei jaanta hoon (1969) Saagar-mudra (1970) Pahle main sannata bunta hoon (1973) Mahavriksha ke neeche (1977) Nadi ki baank par chhaya (1982) Sadanira-1 (1986) Sadanira-2 (1986) Aisa koi ghar aapne dekha hai (1986) Maruthal (1995) Sarjana ke kshan (Selection) Thaur thikaane (Handwritten, circulated zeroxed) Karaawas ke din (Trans. from English by Uday Shankar Shrivastava) Kavishri ( Ed. Shiyaram Sharan Gupt) Aaj ke lokpriy kavi (Ed. Vidya Niwas Mishra) Kaavya-stabak ( Ed by Vidya Niwas Mishra & Ramesh Chandra Shah) Sannate ka chhand (Ed by Ashok Vajpeyi) Ajneya: Sanklit kavitayen (Ed by Namvar Singh)

Novels:

Shekhar: Ek Jeevani I (1941) Shekhar: Ek Jeevani II (1944) Shekhar: Ek Jeevni III (Unpublished) Nadi ke dweep (1952) Apne-apne ajnabi (1961) Barahkhambha (co-writer, 1987) Chhaya mekhal (Incomplete, 2000) Beenu bhagat (Incomplete, 2000)

Stories anthologies:

Vipathga (1937) Parmpara (1944) Kothri ki baat (1945) Sharnaarthi (1948) Jaydol (1951) Amarvallari tatha anya kahaniyan(1954) Kadiayan tatha anya kahaniyan (1957) Acchute phool tatha anya kahaniyan (1960) Ye tere pratiroop (1961) Jigyasa tatha anya kahaniyan (1965) Meri priy kahaniyan (Selection,2004) Chhorra hua rasta (Sampoorn kahanitan-1, 1975) Lautti pagdandiyan (Sampoorn kahaniyan-2, 1975) Sampoorn Kahaniyan (2005) Adam Ki diary (Ed by Nand Kishore Acharya, 2002)

Play:

Uttar Priyadarshi

Travelogue:

Are Yayavar Rahega Yaad (1953) Kirnon ki khoj mein (Selection,1955) Ek Boond Sahsa Uchhli (1960)

Criticism:

Trishanku Hindi sahitya: Ek adhunik paridrishya Atmanepad Aatmparak Aalwaal Likhi kagad kore Jog likhi Adyatan Samvatsar Smriti ke paridrishya Srot aur setu Vyakti aur vyavastha Yug-sandhiyon par Dhaar aur kinaare Bhartiya kala drishti Smritichhanda Kendra aur paridhi Srijan: kyon air kaise Kavi-Nikash Kavi-drishti (Prefaces) Tadbhav (Selection by Ashok Vajpeyi) Lekhak ka Dayittva (Ed by Nand Kishore Acharya) Khule Mein Khada Ped (Ed by Nand Kishore Acharya)

Light Essyas:

Sab rang Sab rang aur kuchh raag Kahan hai dwaraka Chhaya ka jangal

Diary:

Bhavanti Antara Shaswati Shesha Kaviman (Ed by Ila Dalmia Koirala)

Memoirs:

Smriti-lekha Smriti ke galiyaron se

Edited:

Taar Saptak Doosra Saptak Teesra Saptak Chautha Saptak Pushkarini Naye ekanki Nehru abhinandan granth (co-editor) Roopambara (Sumitrnandan Pant abhinandan granth) Homvati smarak granth Sarjan aur sampreshan Sahitya ka parivesh Sahity aur samaj parivartan Samajik yatharth aur katha-bhasha Samkaleen kavita mein chhand Bhavishya aur sahitya Indian Poetic Tradition (With Vidya Niwas Mishra and Leonard Nathan)

Introducing:

Naye Sahitya Srishta-1 Raghuveer Sahay: Seedihiyon par dhoop mein Naye Sahitya Srishta-2 Sarveshawar Dayal Saxena: Kaath ki ghantiyan Naye Sahitya Srishta-3 Ajit Kumar: Ankit hone do Naye Sahitya Srishta-4 Shanti Mehrotra

Conversations:

Aparoksh, Ramesh Chandra Shah & others Rachna: Kyon aur kinke beech, Sharad Kumar, Geeti Sen & Others Agyeya Apne bare mein (AIR Archives), Raghuveer Sahay & Gopal Das Kavi Nayak Ajneya, Ila Dalmia & Neelima Mathur

In English:

Prison days and other poems (Poetry) A sense of time (Essays)

Selection (general): Sanchayita (Ed Nand Kishore Acharya) Translations:

Shrikant (Sharat Chandra, from Bengali, 1944) Gora (Rabindranath Thakur, from Bengali) Raja (Rabindranath Thakur, from Bengali) Vivekanand (With Raghuvir Sahay, from Bengali) The resignation (Jainendra Kumar, into English) The seventh horse of the sun (Dharmveer Bharti, into English) The Silent waters (Poems of Sarveshwar Dayal Saxena, in 'Thought'0 Vazir ka Feela (Ivo Andric, from English) Mahayatra (Pär Lagerkvist's trilogy, from English)

Self-translated works:

Islands in the stream (Nadi ke dweep, into English) To each his stranger (Apne apne ajnabi, into English) The unmastered lute and other poems (Asadhya Veena and other poems into English, Ed by Pritish Nandy) The revolving rock and other poems (Chakrant Shila and other poems into English, Ed Pritish Nandy) First Person, Second Person (Poems, into English with Leonard Nathan) Signs and silences (Poems, into English with Leonard Nathan) Nilambari (Poems, into English) Truculent clay (Bhavanti, into English with Manas Mukul Das) Preparing the ground (Antara, into English with Manas Mukul Das)

Translations in other languages: (Indian languages list too long)

German: Sekh Ktoratien (By Lothar Lutze)  : Stand-orte (By Lothar Lutze) Swedish  : Den arket (By orten Al Bud) Servo-Croatian: Catoetien  : prvo liche drugo liche  :Vsak ima svoyega tuicha (By Tregoslav Andrich)

Films on Ajneya:

Sarswat Van Ka Bavra Aheri, Producer Durgavati Singh, Doordarshan, New Delhi Sannate ka Chhand, Dir. Pramod & Neelima Mathur, Vatsal Nidhi, New Delhi Deep Akela, Dir. Pramod Mathur, MGAHVV, Wardha Kavi Bharti, Bharat Bhawan, Bhopal

Awards and honours[edit]

Sahitya Akademi Award 1964 for Aangan Ke Par Dvar (Poetry). Jnanpith Award in 1978, for 'Kitni Naavon mein kitni baar', and the anthology of poems.[6] Bharatbharati Award Golden Wreath Award for poetry in 1983.[7]

Dramatic productions[edit] His verse play Uttar Priyadarshi, about the redemption of King Ashoka was first staged in 1966 at Triveni open-air theatre in Delhi in presence of the writer. Later it was adapted to Manipuri, by theatre director, Ratan Thiyam in 1996, and since been performed by his group, in various parts of the world.[8][9] Further reading[edit]

Sannate ka Chhand, Anand Kumar Singh, KA Prakashan, New Delhi Ajneya: Kathakaar Aur Vicharak, by Vijay Mohan Singh, Parijat Prakashan, Patna Ajneya aur Adhunik Racna ki Samasya, by Ramswarup Chaturvedi, Lokbharti, Allahabad Ajneya aur Unka Sahitya, by Vishwanath Prasad Tiwari. National Publishing House, New Delhi Ajneya: Ek Adhyayan, by Bholabhai Patel, Vani Prakashan, New Delhi Ajneya: Van ka Chhand, by Vidya Niwas Mishra, Vani Prakashan, New Delhi Ajneya ki Kavya Titirsha, by Nand Kishore Acharya, Vagdevi Prakashan, Bikaner Adhunik Hindi Kavya mein Vyaktittva, Ajneya ke Vishesh Sandarbha mein, by Ramkamal Rai, Lokbharti, Allahabad Shikhar Se Sagar Tak(Biography), by Ram Kamal Rai, National Publishing House, New Delhi Ajneya Aur Unka Katha Sahitya, by Gopal Rai, Vani Prakashan, New Delhi Ajneya Ki Kavita, by Chandrakant Bandivadekar, Vinod Pustak Mandir, Agra Ajnyeya: Vichar ka Swaraj, by Krishna Dutt Paliwal, Pratibha Pratishthan, New Delhi Ajneya: Kavi-karm ka Sankat, by Krishna Dutt Paliwal, Vani Prakashan, New Delhi Ajneya ka Katha-sahitya, A. Arvindakshan, Kochin Ajneya ka Antahprakriya Sahitya, by Mathuresh Nandan Kulshreshtha, Chitralekha Prakashan, Allahabad Ajneya aur Poorvottar Bharat, Ed Rita Rani Paliwal, Vani Prakashan, New Delhi Vagarth ka Vaibhav, by Ramesh Chandra Shah, Vani Prakashan, New Delhi The Quest of Ajneya, by Roger Hardham Hooker. Motilal Banarsidass Publishers, New Delhi Alochak Ajneya ki Upasthiti, Krishna Dutt Paliwal, Vani Prakashan, New Delhi Kavi Ajneya ki Saundarya Chetna, by Chandraprabha Baluja, Sahitya Prakashan, Meerut Ajneya: Kavya Rachana ki Visheshtayein, by Krishna Sinha. Bihar Hindi Granth Akademi, Patna Ajneya (Monograph), by Ramesh Chandra Shah, Sahitya Akedemi, New Delhi Ajneya by Prabhakar Machve, Rajpal & Sons, Delhi Ajneya ki Itihas-drishti, by Shankar Sharan, Yash Prakashan, New Delhi Ajneya ka Sansar, Ed by Ashok Vajpeyi, Pooroday Prakashan, New Delhi Chhayavad ke Pariprekshya mein Ajneya ka Kavya, by Kamal Kumar, New Delhi Ajneya ki Kavita: Parampara aur Prayog, by Ramesh Rishikalp, Vani Prakashan, New Delhi Ajneya: Kuchh Rang Kuchh Raag, by Srilal Shukl, Prabhat Prakashan, New Delhi Ajneya Vol.1 to Vol.5, Anthologies Ed by Harish Trivedi/ KD Paliwal, Roopa & Co., New Delhi Apne Apne Ajneya, Vol.I & Vol.II, Ed by Om Thanvi, Vani Prakashan, New Delhi

References[edit]

^ Historical Development of Hindi Archived 14 October 2007 at the Wayback Machine. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. ^ S.H. Vatsyayan Personalities of India. ^ "Indian Poets Writing In Hindi". Archived from the original on 26 October 2009. Retrieved 26 October 2009. CS1 maint: BOT: original-url status unknown (link) ^ http://www.bharatdarshan.co.nz/author-profile/7/agyeya.html ^ Kumar, Kuldeep (18 March 2016). "A rebel in life and work". The Hindu. Retrieved 15 April 2017.  ^ Jnanpith Laureates Bharatiya Jnanpith website. ^ Golden Wreath Award ^ Review: Uttarpriyadarshi Archived 5 February 2012 at the Wayback Machine. by Renee Renouf, ballet magazine, December 2000, ^ Margo Jefferson (27 October 2000). "Next Wave Festival Review; In Stirring Ritual Steps, Past and Present Unfold". New York Times. 

Amaresh Datta (2006). The Encyclopaedia of Indian Literature (Volume One (A To Devo), Volume 1. Sahitya Akademi. p. 103. ISBN 81-260-1803-8. 

External links[edit]

Agyeya at Gadya Kosh (Online Encyclopedia of Hindi Literature) Poems of Sachchidananda Hirananda Vatsyayan at Kavita Kosh अनहद कृति ई-पत्रिका में सच्चिदानंद हीरानंद वात्स्यायन 'अज्ञेय' का जीवन परिचय एवं कुछ रचनाएं 'Agyeya' in Anhadkriti

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Struga Poetry Evenings Golden Wreath Laureates

Robert Rozhdestvensky (1966) Bulat Okudzhava (1967) László Nagy (1968) Mak Dizdar (1969) Miodrag Pavlović (1970) W. H. Auden (1971) Pablo Neruda (1972) Eugenio Montale (1973) Fazıl Hüsnü Dağlarca (1974) Léopold Sédar Senghor (1975) Eugène Guillevic (1976) Artur Lundkvist (1977) Rafael Alberti (1978) Miroslav Krleža (1979) Hans Magnus Enzensberger (1980) Blaže Koneski (1981) Nichita Stănescu (1982) Sachchidananda Vatsyayan 'Ajneya' (1983) Andrei Voznesensky (1984) Yiannis Ritsos (1985) Allen Ginsberg (1986) Tadeusz Różewicz (1987) Desanka Maksimović (1988) Thomas Shapcott (1989) Justo Jorge Padrón (1990) Joseph Brodsky (1991) Ferenc Juhász (1992) Gennadiy Aygi (1993) Ted Hughes (1994) Yehuda Amichai (1995) Makoto Ooka (1996) Adunis (1997) Liu Banjiu (1998) Yves Bonnefoy (1999) Edoardo Sanguineti (2000) Seamus Heaney (2001) Slavko Mihalić (2002) Tomas Tranströmer (2003) Vasco Graça Moura (2004) William S. Merwin (2005) Nancy Morejón (2006) Mahmoud Darwish (2007) Fatos Arapi (2008) Tomaž Šalamun (2009) Lyubomir Levchev (2010) Mateja Matevski (2011) Mongane Wally Serote (2012) José Emilio Pacheco (2013) Ko Un (2014) Bei Dao (2015) Margaret Atwood (2016) Charles Simic (2017) Adam Zagajewski (2018)

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Jnanpith Award recipients

1965–1985

G. Sankara Kurup (1965) Tarasankar Bandyopadhyay (1966) Kuvempu and Umashankar Joshi (1967) Sumitranandan Pant (1968) Firaq Gorakhpuri (1969) Viswanatha Satyanarayana (1970) Bishnu Dey (1971) Ramdhari Singh Dinkar (1972) D. R. Bendre and Gopinath Mohanty (1973) Vishnu Sakharam Khandekar (1974) Akilan (1975) Ashapoorna Devi (1976) K. Shivaram Karanth (1977) Sachchidananda Vatsyayan (1978) Birendra Kumar Bhattacharya (1979) S. K. Pottekkatt (1980) Amrita Pritam (1981) Mahadevi Varma (1982) Masti Venkatesha Iyengar (1983) Thakazhi Sivasankara Pillai (1984) Pannalal Patel (1985)

1986–2000

Sachidananda Routray (1986) Kusumagraj (1987) C. Narayana Reddy (1988) Qurratulain Hyder (1989) Vinayaka Krishna Gokak (1990) Subhas Mukhopadhyay (1991) Naresh Mehta (1992) Sitakant Mahapatra (1993) U. R. Ananthamurthy (1994) M. T. Vasudevan Nair (1995) Mahasweta Devi (1996) Ali Sardar Jafri (1997) Girish Karnad (1998) Gurdial Singh and Nirmal Verma (1999) Mamoni Raisom Goswami (2000)

2001–present

Rajendra Shah (2001) Jayakanthan (2002) Vinda Karandikar (2003) Rehman Rahi (2004) Kunwar Narayan (2005) Ravindra Kelekar and Satya Vrat Shastri (2006) O. N. V. Kurup (2007) Akhlaq Mohammed Khan (2008) Amarkant and Sri Lal Sukla (2009) Chandrashekhara Kambara (2010) Pratibha Ray (2011) Ravuri Bharadhwaja (2012) Kedarnath Singh (2013) Bhalchandra Nemade (2014) Raghuveer Chaudhari (2015) Shankha Ghosh (2016) Krishna Sobti (2017)

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Struga Poetry Evenings Golden Wreath Laureates

Robert Rozhdestvensky (1966) Bulat Okudzhava (1967) László Nagy (1968) Mak Dizdar (1969) Miodrag Pavlović (1970) W. H. Auden (1971) Pablo Neruda (1972) Eugenio Montale (1973) Fazıl Hüsnü Dağlarca (1974) Léopold Sédar Senghor (1975) Eugène Guillevic (1976) Artur Lundkvist (1977) Rafael Alberti (1978) Miroslav Krleža (1979) Hans Magnus Enzensberger (1980) Blaže Koneski (1981) Nichita Stănescu (1982) Sachchidananda Vatsyayan 'Ajneya' (1983) Andrei Voznesensky (1984) Yiannis Ritsos (1985) Allen Ginsberg (1986) Tadeusz Różewicz (1987) Desanka Maksimović (1988) Thomas Shapcott (1989) Justo Jorge Padrón (1990) Joseph Brodsky (1991) Ferenc Juhász (1992) Gennadiy Aygi (1993) Ted Hughes (1994) Yehuda Amichai (1995) Makoto Ooka (1996) Adunis (1997) Liu Banjiu (1998) Yves Bonnefoy (1999) Edoardo Sanguineti (2000) Seamus Heaney (2001) Slavko Mihalić (2002) Tomas Tranströmer (2003) Vasco Graça Moura (2004) William S. Merwin (2005) Nancy Morejón (2006) Mahmoud Darwish (2007) Fatos Arapi (2008) Tomaž Šalamun (2009) Lyubomir Levchev (2010) Mateja Matevski (2011) Mongane Wally Serote (2012) José Emilio Pacheco (2013) Ko Un (2014) Bei Dao (2015) Margaret Atwood (2016) Charles Simic (2017) Adam Zagajewski (2018)

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Sahitya Akademi Award for Hindi

1955-1959

Makhanlal Chaturvedi (1955) Vasudeva Saran Agrawal (1956) Acharya Narendra Dev (1957) Rahul Sankrityayan (1958) Ramdhari Singh 'Dinkar' (1959)

1960–1979

Sumitranandan Pant (1960) Bhagwati Charan Verma (1961) Not awarded (1962) Amrit Rai (1963) S. H. V. Agyeya (1964) Nagendra (1965) Jainendra Kumar (1966) Amritlal Nagar (1967) Harivansh Rai Bachchan (1968) Shrilal Shukla (1969) Ram Vilas Sharma (1970) Namwar Singh (1971) Bhawani Prasad Mishra (1972) Hazari Prasad Dwivedi (1973) Shivmangal Singh Suman (1974) Bhisham Sahni (1975) Yashpal (1976) Shamsher Bahadur Singh (1977) Bharat Bhushan Agarwal (1978) Sudama Panday 'Dhoomil' (1979)

1980–1999

Krishna Sobti (1980) Trilochan (1981) Harishankar Parsai (1982) Sarveshwar Dayal Saxena (1983) Raghuvir Sahay (1984) Nirmal Verma (1985) Kedarnath Agarwal (1986) Shrikant Verma (1987) Naresh Mehta (1988) Kedarnath Singh (1989) Shiv Prasad Singh (1990) Girija Kumar Mathur (1991) Giriraj Kishore (1992) Vishnu Prabhakar (1993) Ashok Vajpeyi (1994) Kunwar Narayan (1995) Surendra Verma (1996) Liladhar Jaguri (1997) Arun Kamal (1998) Vinod Kumar Shukla (1999)

2000–present

Manglesh Dabral (2000) Alka Saraogi (2001) Rajesh Joshi (2002) Kamleshwar (2003) Viren Dangwal (2004) Manohar Shyam Joshi (2005) Gyanendrapati (2006) Amarkant (2007) Govind Mishra (2008) Kailash Vajpeyi (2009) Uday Prakash (2010) Kashinath Singh (2011) Chandrakant Devtale (2012) Mridula Garg (2013) Ramesh Chandra Shah (2014) Ramdarash Mishra (2015)

Authority control

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