Critical Review of Garhwali Literature- 2288
(Review of Modern Garhwali Literature series)
Review of Garhwali Poetry Collection ‘Tum Kilai Chhin’ by Deepak Nautiyal ‘Nishant’
Review by: Bhishma Kukreti (Regional Language Promoter)
Deepak Nautiyal is Hindi poet, Garhwali drama writer, lyrist and Garhwali Poet. Tum Chup Kilai Chhin is about showing pain of migration from Garhwal and emergence of new social changes.
There are 40 Garhwali poems in this volume.
The poetries deal with many aspects as –
Migrants not taking care of their houses, land in native place in Garhwal (Tum Chup Kilai Chhin)
Dream drifting of women and their pain (Man ki Ginak)
Migrated Garhwali ignoring their native villages (Sweena Dekhi)
Village councilors ignoring welfare works (Padhan Dada)
Social and economical changes in hills (Pahad Badlige)
No benefits by new state Uttrakhand creation (Malamal )
There are poems about pain, pathos, ethos etc.
The poems are of free verse types.
The poet uses various local language phrases, proverbs to beautify the poetries. The language og poems is simple and even the created images are understandable.
Deepak uses phrases to make the poetry understandable and creating effective images.
Overall the collection is appreciable efforts.
Tum Chup Kilai Chhin
Garhwali Poetry Collection
Poet – Deepak Nautiyal
Year – 2013
Winsar Publishing Co.
4 Dispensary Road
Price Rs. 100/-
Copyright@ Bhishma Kukreti 26/10//2014
Bhishma Kukreti, 2013, Angwal, Garhwali Kavita Puran (History of Garhwali Poetry) Dehradun, India
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