Sarvesh Juyal : A versatile personality in Garhwali Literature
Sarvesh Juyal was born in 1905, village Sujgaon, Rawatsyun, Pauri Garhwal of Uttarakhand. His contribution to Garhwali language literature is of two ways in Delhi. Apart from creating literature he is famous for networking and creating organizations as Garhwal Sahityik Mandal and Himalaya Kala Sangam in Delhi. He was also connected to Gadh Bharati another Garhwali literature organization. Sarvesh Juyal till a couple of years back was very much active in calling meetings of Garhwali creative and helping them in publishing Garhwali literature. Once, Delhi was called the literature capital of Garhwali language and Sarvesh was one of the factor for motivating Garhwal language creative for collective wisdom and for performing in collective way.
He wrote more than fifty poems in Garhwali and tens of Hindi poems. He has also written Garhwali prose published in Gad Myateki Ganga, Girish, Shailvani, Satyapath, Maulyar and other regional papers of Garhwal.
His main contribution is appreciated by literature creative for organizing mini conferences of Garhwali creative of various field. At 94, he is still active and takes part in local social works in Delhi
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