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DILS Lakshmindra Sinha’s Hindi poetry book ‘Mitti ki Chaaya’

DILS Lakshmindra Sinha being felicitated by Rastriya Kavi Sangam

We the people of the Indian subcontinent share a common civilization framework, and DILS Lakshmindra Sinha’s Hindi poetry book ‘Mitti ki Chaaya’ is one such attempt deepening and widening the cultural unity of all the people. The collection of poems by him is an attempt to share the same oneness that sprout in this great land called Bharat.

Beginning with the poem, ‘Mein Brahmaputra hoon’, ‘Is Mahan Desh ke’, ‘Atmagat ki Chitthi’, DILS Lakshmindra Sinha has penned his thought to the far and wide civil war that took place in Somalia in 1998. In the same breathe, how a serial bomb blast that rocked Guwahati years ago would go unnoticed by the poet. The poems ‘Somalia 1998’ and ‘October 30: Ek Mrit Yuvti’ find expression of the pain and anguish.

DILS Lakshmindra Sinha in the introductory page ‘Mere Anubhav’ echoes with countless voice unheard in the modern democratic India that being a linguistic minority has become a curse.

“यह तो सच हैं की इस देश में भाषिक संख्यालघु होना एक अभिशाप है.”

The soul of true democracy in India is missing; it has become more of a number game of votes. In the individual level, however, the same curse comes as a blessing to learn a lot of languages, the poet writes. 

“यह मेरे सौभाग्य हें की मुझे अंग्रेजी, हिंदी, असमिया और बांगला  इत्यादि शीखने के साथ साथ इन भाषाओ के साहित्य और संस्कृति से परिचय होने का अवसर मिला हैं”

The poem “आत्मघात की चिट्ठी” very well narrates the suicidal path that we are treading towards leaving behinds Raslila, Rakhowal, Manglarti, Firaal, Joydeb, Haribola, Holi. And the quality of life that we will be leading in future, DILS Lakshmindra Sinha writes:

सूखा होगा हमारा जीवन-रस,
रहेंगे नहीं नाड़ी की गति और ह्रदय जैसा कुछ 
आहिस्ते आहिस्ते हो जायेंगे सब 
चट्टान, नहीं तो यन्त्र 
नहीं तो हिम-बर्फ 
यह सब समझते हुए भी हम जा रहे हैं 
भविष्य के आत्मघात के रास्ते पर

The collection of poems by DILS Lakshmindra Sinha is definitely the outcome of many peoples’ effort, and the poet has mentioned many well-renowned personalities. Ashok Verma from Silchar, Kishor Kumar Jain, Hindi Sentinel Editor Dinkar Kumar, Hemraj Meena, Director Kendriya Hindi Sansthan.

DILS Lakshmindra Sinha was recently felicitated by the Rastriya Kavi Sangam with the title of ‘Sahitya Shree Samman’ in Jhunjhunu, Rajasthan.

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