Course: Contributor Personality Development
Course Code:2990001
By Mechanical Class -2
 India has its own manner related to the
culture, community, literature, living
style…and many more.. these all makes
Ind...
 Born: 7th May 1861
 Place: Kolkata
 Death: 7th August 1941
 A noble laureate poet, writer,
philosopher and was the
am...
 Rabindranath Tagore's own description of his Bengali
family as the product of "a confluence of three cultures:
Hindu, Mo...
 Gitanjali
 Purabi
 Raja
 Composed Janaganamana in 1911
 Sonar Tari
 Chitangada
 Visarjan
 Maya or Khela
 Famous for his modern Hindi-
Urdu literature.
 Original name: Dhanpat Rai, he
began writing under the pen
name Premchan...
 Early in life he had faced immense poverty. He earned
5 Rs a month tutoring a lawyer's child.
 He lived a life of finan...
 He has written about 300 short stories, several
novels as well as many essays and letters.
 ‘Godaan’ is still considere...
 Born: 1961
 Place: Shillong in Meghalaya
 She is an Indian novelist and peace activist.
 She left her house for Delhi...
 For this book she also received the Man booker Prize
for Fiction in 1997 and it was also listed as one of the
notable bo...
 The Grand Old Man of
Malgudi
 His stories were
grounded in a
compassionate
humanism and
celebrated the humour
and energ...
 He was born in Madras now Chennai.
 His father was a school headmaster and he
did some of his studies at his father’s s...
 Narayan achieved his bachelor’s degree in
1930.
 Then he took up the job of a teacher,
however he quit the job as the h...
 Then he wrote the famous book on short stories that ie:
The Malgudi Days which was published in November
1942.
 Padma B...
 A famous Indian author
who penned down
novels that hit the
market with great
success.
 He is considered a
youth icon ra...
 According to him, novels are entertainment tools
through which he expresses his views and opinion
about society and the ...
 Five Point Someone (2004), One Night @ The Call
Center (2005), The Three Mistakes Of My Life
(2008), Two States (2009) &...
 He is an Indian author
of British descent.
Ruskin Bond was born on 19 May 1934 in a military hospital,
to Edith Clerke a...
 The Indian Council for Child Education recognised his
pioneering role in the growth of children's literature in
India, a...
Most of his works are influenced by life in the hill stations at
the foothills of the Himalayas , where he spent his
child...
 The Room on the Roof
 The Night Train at Deoli
 Time Stops at Shamli
 Our Trees Still Grow in Dehra
 The Flight of P...
 "A body of clay, a mind
full of play, a moment's
life - that is me".
 Reading his poems, one
feels a sense of life and
...
 He was nominated to the Rajya Sabha and in 1969 he
received the Sahitya Akademi Award.
 Government of India bestowed on...
 Harivansh Rai Bachchan is best remembered for his
142 verse lyrical poem "Madhushala" (The House of
Wine), which was pub...
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  • 1. Course: Contributor Personality Development Course Code:2990001 By Mechanical Class -2
  • 2.  India has its own manner related to the culture, community, literature, living style…and many more.. these all makes Indians proud from long ago.  And Indian Literature has its own beauty and essence which cannot be found in any other culture….  Here are some Famous Indian Literature Figures of India who have created a great impact on our culture
  • 3.  Born: 7th May 1861  Place: Kolkata  Death: 7th August 1941  A noble laureate poet, writer, philosopher and was the ambassador of Indian culture to the whole world.  His songs are popularly known as “Rabindrasangeet”.  In 1874 his first poem “Abhilash” was published. (1861-1941)
  • 4.  Rabindranath Tagore's own description of his Bengali family as the product of "a confluence of three cultures: Hindu, Mohammedan, and British".  Most of his work was written at Shantiniketan (Abode of Peace), the small town that grew around the school he founded in Bengal in 1901.  He also translated Macbeth to Bengali version.  His first book of poems “Kabir kahini” was published in 1878.  He had also acted in two plays named “Kalmrigaya” and “Valmiki Prativa”.  He got married to Mrinalini Devi at the age of 22.
  • 5.  Gitanjali  Purabi  Raja  Composed Janaganamana in 1911  Sonar Tari  Chitangada  Visarjan  Maya or Khela
  • 6.  Famous for his modern Hindi- Urdu literature.  Original name: Dhanpat Rai, he began writing under the pen name Premchand.  Born on: 31 July 1880  His father was a clerk in post office and his parents died young living behind all the responsibilities on him.
  • 7.  Early in life he had faced immense poverty. He earned 5 Rs a month tutoring a lawyer's child.  He lived a life of financial struggle. He had once borrowed 2 Rs. For buying some clothes and had to struggle three years for returning it.  When anyone asked him why he didn’t write anything on himself, he would reply “What greatness do I have to write about. I just live like million others in this country.  During his last years he became terribly ill. The money his wife gave him for treatment was used in running the press “Sarawati”.
  • 8.  He has written about 300 short stories, several novels as well as many essays and letters.  ‘Godaan’ is still considered as one of the finest hindi novel of al times.  His creations always contained a social message and always raised voice against the social evils pertaining in the indian society. His collection of Soz-e-watan was considered as rebellious by the Britishers as it provoked Indians to fight against them.  Thus he became a contributor in our society and after so many years after him we still remember him with a smile on our face.
  • 9.  Born: 1961  Place: Shillong in Meghalaya  She is an Indian novelist and peace activist.  She left her house for Delhi at the age of 16.  She wrote the screenplays for In Which Annie Gives it Those Ones and Electric Moon.  She also wrote the screenplay for The 'Banyan Tree', a television serial.  Roy began writing The God of Small Things in 1992 and finished it in 1996 .
  • 10.  For this book she also received the Man booker Prize for Fiction in 1997 and it was also listed as one of the notable books of 1997 in New York Times.  She won the National Film Award for Best Screenplay in 1989, for the screenplay of in which Annie Gives It Those Ones.  She has devoted herself solely to non-fiction and politics, publishing two more collections of essays as well as working for social causes.  Roy was awarded the Sydney Peace Prize in May, 2004, for her work in social campaigns and advocacy of non-violence. 
  • 11.  The Grand Old Man of Malgudi  His stories were grounded in a compassionate humanism and celebrated the humour and energy of ordinary life.
  • 12.  He was born in Madras now Chennai.  His father was a school headmaster and he did some of his studies at his father’s school.  He spend his childhood under the care of his maternal grandmother., Parvati.  During this time his playmates were a peacock and a mischievous monkey.  R.K Laxman was his youngest brother.  Narayan was an avid reader and he read various fiction stories.  Narayan then moved to Mysore with his family.
  • 13.  Narayan achieved his bachelor’s degree in 1930.  Then he took up the job of a teacher, however he quit the job as the headmaster demanded him to be the substitute for a physical trainee.  Narayan wrote a novel named “Bachelor of Arts” in 1930 which was inspired by experiences at college.  His third novel was “The Dark Room”, which was about domestic disharmony.
  • 14.  Then he wrote the famous book on short stories that ie: The Malgudi Days which was published in November 1942.  Padma Bhushan in 1964; and AC Benson Medal by the Royal Society of Literature in 1980;  R.K. Narayan was elected an honorary member of the American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters in 1982.  In May 2001, he was hospitalised but his conditions did not improve and he finally passed away on 13 May, 2001, in Chennai at the age of 94.
  • 15.  A famous Indian author who penned down novels that hit the market with great success.  He is considered a youth icon rather than as just an author.
  • 16.  According to him, novels are entertainment tools through which he expresses his views and opinion about society and the youth.  Also a motivational speaker and has given many motivational speeches at many colleges, organizations and companies.  Mechanical Engineering at the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Delhi. After pursuing engineering he took up a management program offered at the Indian Institute of Management (IIM), Ahmedabad.
  • 17.  Five Point Someone (2004), One Night @ The Call Center (2005), The Three Mistakes Of My Life (2008), Two States (2009) & Revolution 2020: Love, Corruption, Ambition.  He won the Society Young Achiever's Award in 2000 and the Publisher's Recognition Award in 2005. Chetan Bhagat also a found himself place in the Time magazine's list of "World's 100 Most Influential People" in the year 2010.
  • 18.  He is an Indian author of British descent. Ruskin Bond was born on 19 May 1934 in a military hospital, to Edith Clerke and Aubrey Bond. His siblings were Ellen and William. Bond spent his early childhood in Vijayanagar(Gujarat) and Shimla.He completed his schooling at Bishop Cotton School in Shimla, from where he graduated in 1952 after winning several writing competitions in the school like the Irwin Divinity Prize and the Hailey Literature Prize.
  • 19.  The Indian Council for Child Education recognised his pioneering role in the growth of children's literature in India, and awarded him the Sahitya Akademi Award in 1992 for Our Trees Still Grow in Dehra, given by the Sahitya Akademi, India's National Academy of Literature.
  • 20. Most of his works are influenced by life in the hill stations at the foothills of the Himalayas , where he spent his childhood. His first novel, The Room On the Roof , was written when he was 17 and published when he was 21. It was partly based on his experiences at Dehradun, in his small rented room on the roof, and his friends. Since then he has written over three hundred short stories, essays and novels, including Vagrants in The Valley, The Blue Umbrella, Funny Side Up, A Flight of Pigeons and more than 30 books for children. He has also published two volumes of autobiography. Scenes from a Writer's Life describes his formative years growing up in Anglo-India; The Lamp is Lit is a collection of essays and episodes from his journal.
  • 21.  The Room on the Roof  The Night Train at Deoli  Time Stops at Shamli  Our Trees Still Grow in Dehra  The Flight of Pigeons  The Blue Umbrella
  • 22.  "A body of clay, a mind full of play, a moment's life - that is me".  Reading his poems, one feels a sense of life and playfulness, the two aspects which would become the hallmark of his poetry.
  • 23.  He was nominated to the Rajya Sabha and in 1969 he received the Sahitya Akademi Award.  Government of India bestowed on him the Padma Bhushan in recognition for his contribution to Hindi literature.  At the age of 95, in 2003, Harivansh Rai Bachchan breathed his last. He was suffering from respiratory ailments.
  • 24.  Harivansh Rai Bachchan is best remembered for his 142 verse lyrical poem "Madhushala" (The House of Wine), which was published in 1935. This work catapulted him as the foremost Hindi poet and was subsequently, translated into English and a number of Indian languages  Tera haar (1932)  Madhukalash (1937)  Pranay Patrika (1955)  Jaal sameta (1973)

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