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Thursday, March 28, 2013

Satire Government Neglecting Rural Development


Door Upyog Roke Jalo: Satire attacking on Government Neglecting Ignoring  Remote Village (Rural) Development

 Critical review of Garhwali satirical prose- 140       
Critical Review of Garhwali Satirical prose written by Pritam Apachhyan -3
Review of Satirical article ‘Door Upyog Roke Jalo’(Chitthi Patri April 2001) by Pritam Apachhyan
                                             Review by Bhishma Kukreti
[Commentary on Satire attacking on Government Neglecting Ignoring   Remote Village (Rural) Development; Garhwali Satire attacking on Government Neglecting Ignoring   Remote Village (Rural) Development; Uttarakhandi Satire attacking on Government Neglecting Ignoring   Remote Village (Rural) Development; Mid Himalayan Satire attacking on Government Neglecting Ignoring   Remote Village (Rural) Development; Himalayan Satire attacking on Government Neglecting Ignoring   Remote Village (Rural) Development; north Indian local language Satire attacking on Government Neglecting Ignoring  Remote Village (Rural) Development; Indian local language Satire attacking on Government Neglecting Ignoring   Remote Village (Rural) Development; Asian local language Satire attacking on Government Neglecting Ignoring   Remote Village (Rural) Development]

                      Pritam Apachhyan is a famous Garhwali language poet and is well versed with playing with words. In present article ‘Door Upyog Roke Jalo’, Pritam Apachhyan effectively uses words to create wit, funniness, humor, absurdity, satire, spoof, lampoon on politicians, ruling politicians, and government officers for  ignoring  remote  village development;  distant  rural  progress.  It is always said that ‘sansaadhano ka Durupyog band ho’ (Don’t waste resources).  However, when Dur word is separated from ‘Durupyog ‘and is called ‘Dur Upyog’ that means to use far.  Pritam Apachhyan uses this tactics in creating satire and attacks on government for neglecting remote areas development in the name of ‘Don’t waste resources’.
   Cleverly and effectively, Pritam Apachhyan criticizes the political mentality for neglecting the village progress.
 Pritam Apachhyan uses descriptive style and shows that the satirist is a master of words.

Copyright@ Bhishma Kukreti 27/3/2013
Critical review of Garhwali satirical prose to be …141
Critical Review of Garhwali Satirical prose written by Pritam Apachhyan to be -4
Commentary on Satire attacking on Government Neglecting Ignoring   Remote Village (Rural) Development; Garhwali Satire attacking on Government Neglecting Ignoring   Remote Village (Rural) Development; Uttarakhandi Satire attacking on Government Neglecting Ignoring   Remote Village (Rural) Development; Mid Himalayan Satire attacking on Government Neglecting Ignoring   Remote Village (Rural) Development; Himalayan Satire attacking on Government Neglecting Ignoring   Remote Village (Rural) Development; north Indian local language Satire attacking on Government Neglecting Ignoring  Remote Village (Rural) Development; Indian local language Satire attacking on Government Neglecting Ignoring   Remote Village (Rural) Development; Asian local language Satire attacking on Government Neglecting Ignoring   Remote Village (Rural) Development to be continued…