Mainly for now, reciting the radical documents which is been abandoned by the ruling classes.
Thanda Gosht- Sadat Hasan Manto #6
19:00Shortly before his death in Lahore, Pakistan, in 1955, Saadat Hasan Manto wrote a sketch about himself. In the 43 years that he lived and published – among 22 collections of short stories, a novel, five collections of radio plays and two collections of sketches of famous personalities – this was the first time Manto was writing as his doppelganger. In Manto on Manto (1951), he wrote, “We were born together and I suppose we will die together. But it may also come to pass that Saadat Hasan may die and Manto may not. I have never seen a ‘one–two’ man like Manto in my entire life.”
Dango ke vyaapaari by Ramashankar Yadav Vidrohi. #5
11:30विद्रोही करीब दो दशकों तक जेएनयू परिसर में ही रहते रहे. शायद जेएनयू की विद्रोही हवा, परिवर्तनकामी आकांक्षा और उनकी हिंदी साहित्य पढ़ने की इच्छा ने उन्हें रोके रखा हो. लेकिन वे जब तक जिंदा रहे, ‘आसमान में धान बोते रहे’ और अंत में छात्रों के साथ संघर्ष करते हुए ही चले गए.
Apni Asuraksha se by Avtaar singh sandhu Pash #4
2:31In 1970, Pash published his first book of revolutionary poems, Loh-Katha (Iron Tale), at the age of 18. His militant and provocative tone raised the ire of the establishment and a murder charge was brought against him. He spent nearly two years in jail, before being finally acquitted. In 1972, the 22-year-old started a On acquittal, he became involved in Punjab's Maoist front, editing a literary magazine, Siarh (The Plow Line). He became a popular political figure on the left during this period and was awarded a fellowship at the Punjabi Academy of Letters in 1985. He toured the United Kingdom and the United States the following year; while in the U.S., he became involved with the Anti-47 Front, opposing Sikh extremist violence. His words had a great influence on the minds of the people. Later he was assassinated by the group of people. Here we are reciting one of his poems- apni asuraksha se