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Wednesday, August 29, 2012

Community/journalism regional journalism in Uttarakhand in Context of ‘Hilans’


(Review of ‘Hilans’ a community Magazine for its contribution on Kumauni-Garhwali Literature Promotion)  
Let us remember Arjun Singh Gusain for his Contribution for Promoting Kumauni-Garhwali Literature
                                            Bhishma Kukreti

[Notes on community regional journalism; Garhwali community journalism; Kumauni community journalism; Jaunsari community journalism; Mid Himalayan regional community journalism; Himalayan regional community journalism; North Indian regional community journalism;  Indian regional community journalism; Indian sub continent regional community journalism; South Asian regional community journalism; Asian regional community journalism]

Community journalism is a specific journalism that focuses on a particular community. The community journalism pays less importance to national or regional news and acts. However, whenever the national news affect the community the community journalism talk about national issues in relation with community. Community journalism has many classes depending upon community.
  As far as the editor of Hilans Arjun Singh Gusain is concerned as Community magazine editor and publishers, he always walked on the line and principles of community journalism.
 As a master of community journalism, Arjun Singh Gusain provided Hilans as medium of contact information of experts, advisors, leaders, social workers, literature creative of Uttarakhand among themselves those were scattered d all over world.
Arjun Singh Gusain as community journalist saw that Uttarakhandi leaders, experts and creative provide important information to the readers and Gusain motivated experts to write for Hilans.
Hilans as vital part of Uttarakhandi community journalism used to provide information on community organizations, community services and community institutions of Uttarakhand.
Hilans used to provide necessary literature required for the community.
As dedicated Community journalist, Arjun Singh Gusain always initiated promoting Kumauni-Garhwali language, literature and culture.
  
                   Uttarakhandi Community magazine -Hilans September, 1979 Issue
Garhwali Lok geeton me Nari ki Samajik Stithi by Kusum Nautiyal- Brilliantly Kusum Nautiyal analyzed  Garhwali folk songs related to status of Garhwali women in Garhwali folk songs though in Hindi languge.
Bhalu yu Uttarakhand a imagery Garhwali poem by Bhagwan Singh rawat ‘akela’ – Bhagwan Singh Rawat ‘Akela’ is famous for his imagery poems about geographical nature of Hills of Uttarakhand and Rawat did offered his brilliancy in imagery poem.
            Uttarakhandi Community magazine- Hilans October, 1979 Issue
Ashtha a philosophical Garhwali poem by Dr. Chandra Mohan Chamoli- Dr Chamoli talked about the importance of faith and believing on others and oneself too.
                                Uttarakhandi Community Magazine- Hilans November, 1979 Issue
Gali a Garhwali short story by Netra Singh Aswal- The story is in satirical mood and inspirational too.
Kilaiki a sharp satirical Garhwali poem by Puran Pant Pathik- The poem tries to differentiate between a non obedient well grown son and a faithful dog.
 November issue of Uttarakhandi community magazine was dedicated to great Editor Vishwambar Datt Chandola and his contribution to community journalism and initiation of publishing Garhwali literature. Various authors provided the Garhwali literature creative and their poems published in Garhwali a community newspaper edited and published by Vishwambar Datt Chandola.
                         Uttarakhandi Community Magazine- Hilans December, 1979 Issue
 Ko Chhan a Garhwali satirical poem by Puran Pant Pathik – The poem criticizes double standard behavior of human beings.
Thata Lagal an inspirational Garhwali poem by Shiv Prasad Pokhariyal – The poem inspires for unity.
  By publishing Kumauni and Garhwali language literature, Arjun Singh Gusain proved that he was a real master of community journalism and he took community journalism on the height.

Copyright@ Bhishma Kukreti 29/8/2012
Notes on community journalism; Garhwali community journalism; Kumauni community journalism; Jaunsari community journalism; Mid Himalayan regional community journalism; Himalayan regional community journalism;  North Indian regional community journalism;  Indian regional community journalism; Indian sub continent regional community journalism; South Asian regional community journalism; Asian regional community journalism to be continued…

   Let us remember Arjun Singh Gusain for his Contribution for Promoting Kumauni-Garhwali Literature