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Saubhagya Singh Shekhawat
Born(1924-07-22)22 July 1924
Bhagatpura, Sikar, India
Died10 December 2016(2016-12-10) (aged 92)
Bhagatpura, Sikar, India
NationalityIndian
EducationVernacular Final (VF)
Occupationwriter and poet
Years active1950–2016
Known forRajasthani literature
Notable work
Rajasthani Nibandh Sangrah, Rajasthani Bhasa Sahitya Evam Sanskriti, Veer geet Sangrah, Ranrol, Vinhe Raso, Mahakavi Bankidas Granthavali, Sahitya Sampada, Svatantrata Senani Doongji Jawaharji
TitleDeputy Director (Retd), Rajasthan Shodh Sansthan, Chopasani, Jodhpur
Ex-Chairman, Rajasthani Bhasha Sahitya Evam Sanskriti Academy, Bikaner (2 terms)
Spouse(s)Padam Kanwer Medtaniji
ChildrenKr Raghuveer Singh, Kr Mahaveer Singh and Kr Dharmveer Singh Shekhawat
Parent(s)Thakur Kaloo Singh

Saubhagya Singh Shekhawat (सौभाग्य सिंह शेखावत; 22 July 1924 – 10 December 2016) was an Indian Rajasthani language writer.[1][2]

Though moderately educated, he is known as a high-ranking scholar who has contributed to almost all the research journals of Rajasthan.[3] He is known as an expert on the ancient Dingal language. He died on 10 December 2016 at the age of 92 in his hometown.[4]

Bibliography[edit]

  1. Rajasthani Nibandh Sangrah (1974)
  2. Rajasthani Sahitya Sampada (1977)
  3. Poojan-Panv Kavisara (1987) 4
  4. Rajasthani Sahitya, Sanskriti Avam Itihas (1991)
  5. Jeenmata
  6. Rajarshi Madan Singhji Danta
  7. Bhaktvar Raghuveer Singhji Javali Jeevan Parichay
  8. Rajasthani Varta Bhag-3 (1957)
  9. Rajasthani Varta Bhag-4
  10. Rajasthani Varta Bhag-5
  11. Rajasthani Varta Bhag-7
  12. Rajasthani Veer Geet Sangrah Part I
  13. Vinhe Raso (1966)
  14. Balvad Vilas
  15. Rajasthani Veer Geet Sangrah Part IV
  16. Jada Mehdu Granthavali
  17. Doongarsi Ratanu Granthavali(19
  18. Swatantrata senani Dungji Jawaharji (1972)
  19. Kaviraj Bankidas Aashiya Granthavali Part I (1985)
  20. Kaviraj Bankidas Aashiya Granthavali Part I (1987)
  21. Marwad Ra Umravan Ri Varta
  22. Isardas Namak Vibhinna Charan Kavi
  23. Charan Sahitya ki Marm Parikshaक्षा
  24. Rajasthani shodh Sansthan ke Hastlikhit Granthon Ki Soochi Part III
  25. Rajasthani Sahitya aur Itihas Sambandhi Prakashit Granthon Ki Soochi
  26. Shekhawati Ke Veer Geet
  27. Malani Ke Gaurav Geet
  28. Kahvat Vilas
  29. Kaviraj Bankidas
  30. Veer Bhogya Vasundhara (1998)
  31. Gaj Uddhar Granth
  32. Rajasthani Shabd-Kosh part I Sanshodhan Parivardhan
  33. Rasile Raj Ra Geet (co-Editor)
  34. Raja Ummed Singh Sishodia Ra Veer Geet
  35. Aitihasik Rukke Parvane
  36. Ajeet Vilas
  37. Mataji Ri Vachnika
  38. Dr Tessitory Ka Rajasthani Granth Sarvekshan
  39. Suryamal Mishan Visheshank
  40. Veer Satsai Rajasthani Teeka
  41. Rajlok Sahitya
  42. Mohnot Nansi
  43. Ranrol (2002)
  44. Akhil Bhartiya Kshtriya Mahasabha New Delhi satabdi samaroh Smarika
  45. Patra Dastavej Edited by Dr Mahendra Singh Nagar and Kr Dharmveer Singh Shekhawat
  46. Patra Prakash
  47. History of Thikana Khood and Danta

Shekhawat has served as:

  • Editor, Suprabhat (1944–45)
  • Editor, Sangharsh (1947–1952)
  • Editor, Rajasthani Shabd-Kosh (1982–1984)
  • Executive committee member, Rajasthani Bhasha Sahitya Avam Sanskriti Academy, Bikaner
  • Member Advisory Board, Sri ShardulShekhawati Sodh Sansthan, Kali
  • Member Advisory Board, Sri Khicchi Shodh Sansthan, Indroka, Jodhpur
  • Chairman Rajasthani Bhasha Unnayan avam Samvedhanik Manyta Samiti (formed by Government oF Rajasthan), 1990
  • Chairman Rajasthani Bhasha Sahitya Avam Sanskriti Academy Bikaner (Government of Rajasthan) for two terms
  • State Nominee and Member Advisory Board for Rajasthani, Sahitya Akademi New Delhi

Awards[edit]

  • Maharana Kumbha Award 1983–84 (Maharana Mewar Foundation, Udaipur)[5]
  • Hajari Mal Banthiya Award ( Calcutta)
  • Prithvi Raj Rathore Award (Rajasthani Bhasa Sahitya Evam Sanskriti Academy, Bikaner)
  • Rati Ghati Puruskar (Bikaner)
  • PhoolChand Banthiya Puruskar Culcutta 1973,
  • Vishishtha Sahityakar Puruskar, Rajasthan Sahitya Academy Udaipur 1976,
  • Rajasthan Ratnakar, Deep Chand Jain Puruskar New Delhi 1978,
  • Rajasthani Gadya Puruskar, Rajasthani Bhasha Sahitya Sangam, Bikaner 1978–79,
  • Maharana Kumbha Award Maharana Mewar Foundation Udaipur, 1983–84,
  • Dwarika Nidhi Sahitya Samman, Jaipur 1992
  • Puranmal Misra Sanskriti Puruskar, Shekhawati Sahitya kala evam Sanskriti, Academy, Laxmangarh, Shekhawati, 1996,
  • Kunwar Kartar Singh Gurjar Sahitya Samman, 1996 Jai Sahitya Sansad, Jaipur,
  • Sahitya Samman, Shri Bhairon Singh Shekhawat Amrit mahotsava Samiti, 1998,.
  • lakhotiya Puruskar Aashrani Ramniwas Lakhotiya Trust New Delhi (2001), Sahitya Samman,
  • Rajpoot Chetna Evam Jagran Manch, Bikaner 2001,
  • Sahitya Samman Rajpoot Sabha Sikar 2001
  • Palaki Siropav ro Kurab Maharaja Gaj Singh Jodhpur 2003,
  • Goenka Rajasthani Sahitya Samman 2011

References[edit]

  1. Unfamiliar relations: family and history in South Asia By Indrani Chatterjee
  2. A Critical inventory of Rāmāyaṇa studies in the world, Volume 2 By K. Krishnamoorthy, Satkari Mukhopadhyay, Sahitya Akademi
  3. Mohan Lal, ed. (2006). The Encyclopaedia of Indian Literature (Volume Five (Sasay To Zorgot), Volume 5. Sahitya Akademi. p. 4008. ISBN 978-81-260-1221-3.
  4. "Rajasthani Literary Writer Sobhagya Singh Shekhawat is no longer alive" (in हिन्दी). Patrika. Retrieved 17 November 2020.
  5. "Maharana Kumbha Award". Eternal Mewar. Retrieved 12 February 2011.
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