Darshan Singh Bisht ‘Rangila’: A Garhwali language Poet
Darshan Singh Bisht writes poems about various subjects for raising social issues. The poems of Bisht are fin different forms and style.
Darshan Singh Bisht ‘ Rangila’ belongs a Himalayan village Andaroli of Idiakot Patti of Pauri Garhwal, Uttarakhand.
Darshan Singh is B.A, he passed ITI diploma and working with Jal Nigam a state department of Uttarakhand province.
Darshan Singh Bisht has been publishing his Geet and poems in various regional periodicals of Uttarakhand. Till date, he has published tens of garhwali poems in those periodicals.
Keshvan (All India Radio ) has been relaying his poems and Geets regularly for many years.
Ghaur Aije he, Jat. Daunrya, Kachmwali, Angothya, Sachai, Chitthi, Andwar, Dadi ar Badi, Nashabandi , Vweenl Bwal are his some of representative verses in Garhwali language.
Most of the poems of Bisht are related to social issues and Bisht accuses wrong happenings in the society.
His poem Kachmwali will show the type of subjects, Darshan Singh Bisht chooses in creating poetry:
Mi _bali pratha birdying ki
Bali lheen chandu
Ju bhair bali pratha ko birodh kairi
Bhitar kachhmwali khaandin
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