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Sunday, January 8, 2017

Uktat : Complete Satirist Poems by Harish Juyal

Critical and Chronological History of Modern Garhwali (Asian) Poetry –-152
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                    Literature Historian:  Bhishma Kukreti
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   According to the  author , there are three types of  Garhwali Satirist poetries:
Satire with   Realism  or Dandariyalism
Intellectual oriented  or Bahugunaism
Clown some satirist poetries, Thattaism or Kavi Sammelini poetry
          The satire poems , which are weaved on intellectual thinking and words are searched by intellect and not by heart come under Bahugunaism (Abodh bandhu Bahuguna) . Here the poet becomes intellectual means and lacks conventional Garhwali-soul.. The satirist Garhwali poetries of  Lalit Keswan, Vinod Uniyal, Puran Pant ‘Pathik’, Prem lal Bhatt ,  Girish Sundariyal, Netra Singh Aswal, Jaipal Singh  come under Bahugunaism , Intellectualism is more powerful than conventional realism in such poems.
                From early seventies, when the custom of kavi Sammelan started  in Delhi and now Kavi Samellan have become popular in Garhwal, there have emerged mushroom of satirist poets in Garhwali who the author put them in Clownsome poets or Thattabaj or Kavi Sammelani poets. They create poetries for amusing the audience  and could be said their poetries is alcoholic drinks for the audience. These poets pay more attention on the laughter than satire, irony and real wit. However, they are much required to create attraction among common men for Garhwali poetries. Such poetries may not be ‘Kaljayi’ or can not sustain for more than a couple of years but are essential evil for Garhwali language . Chhilvat comes under this category. Some poems of Jaipal Singh alias ‘chhipadu dada’ also comes under this category.
        Satire with realism and wherein Garhwali images, symbols. reality and words are woven naturally come under the category of “Satire with Realism” and Kanhaya Lal Dandariyal is the initiator of such types of poetries in Garhwali language. Harish Juyal ‘Kutz’has extended this line of Kanhaya Lal Dandariyal and he broadened the line of Kanhaya lal that though Harish says that his poems are influenced by Dandariyal , we may see that Juyal gained exclusivity and individuality by his poetic craftsmanship and his poetic world becomes entirely different than Dandariyal but axis remains of Dandariyalism  style. Ram Prakash Arya ‘Bagchhat’ also come under this category and unfortunately his death at young age is really a curse for Garhwali satire poetry .The unpublished poetries of Ram Prakash are the best example of Dalit literature and have  humor, irony, wit, sarcasm and his attack on the castes orientation  persisted in Garhwal or in India.
       Uktat (anxiety) is the collection of sixty three poems of Harish Juyal ‘Kutz’ for which he received a prestigious most award of Garhwali literature ‘Aditya Ram Navani’ award in 2002. He has a peculiar advantage in weaving the poem that his grand father was ‘Jagari (who sings the historical songs or folk lore in a worship ceremony)’ and Harish has all effects of being a member of ‘Jagari’ family, though his father is ex-army man. Due to link with Jagari family, Harish knows the importance of vocabulary of poems from his childhood , knows how to create verses immediately , which attract the attention of people for enjoyment and dancing too. The effects of his link with Jagari family is clearly seen in many poems and  attracting capacity of his poems to the public .
Sense of lyric is visible in his each poem
As:    Uses of symbols, images  for activating the reader’s memory is a weapon for satirist as Francis bacon rightly says,“ He that hath a satirical vein , as he maketh others afraid of his wit, so he had need be afraid of others’ memory”. As is a poem  of narrating optimism but Harish chooses the words, symbols in such a way that this poem does not become dry preaching poetry but you will smile.
Sarail ralu tipatt huyn
Jwanni jalan ku bagat hwalu
Sachhai: Sachai poem is again preaching poem but with lot of humor.
Parya patali ka pakyan  machha ni dyakha
Khundo badi patt ghulo goli bhaiji
Bal: charles Churchill says,
“ When satires flies abroad on falshood ‘s wing,
Short is her life and impotant her sting;
But when to truth allied, the wound she gives
Sinks deep, and to remotest ages lives
There is paradox in our life and the poet shows us the reality or dirt in our society, which stings for ages :
Hamar beech man ju sher banyun cha
Oo byalai ku rangun syal ch bal
Achkalun: caius Cornelius Tacticus says, “ A biiter jest, when the satire comes too near the truth, leaves a sharp sting behind.“ and this poem achkalam is exclusivity of Juyal where he does not attack directly with his axe like words but he shows the reality through philosophical but words with full of wit
Vote denau khun angutha chhap
Adhikar  huyun chau achkalyun
Fundyanath: When satire changes into high anger, it becomes sharp attack as:
Bhasan butik halya banyan chhan rajneeti ka
Syara lwai ka sana chhan fondant
Kilai: Harish directly asks question about the wrong attitude of people
Khubsat, khibdat, bhibhdat, kilai
Parai khushi ma tibdat klai
Bhair biten gentleman
Bhitar biten sags at kilai
Myara gaun ka log:  Juyal exposes the failure of our new society in villages:
Hail-dhyadee, bhadwad khaunik dhupan laundan
Pujana raundan saukar tain myar gaon ka log
Thag : Thag is to show the redicules happening in our whole society as new attitude:
Peeth pichhnai ag lagaik muchhalya munjhana ku ayan chhan
Paraya kandham banduk dhaurik triger dabana ku ayan chhan
Uth Jara: Maridith in his famous book -Idea of Comedy, explains about satire that the satirist is a contractor of ethos who cleans the dirt of the community and we may experience the duty of Harish Juyal in this poem as :
Kandali ka jhumpa dhol dyawa
Buransa ka phool limhao jara
Khani kyap: Though Swift says that satire is a mirror on which we can see everybody except her/his own shadow but Harish is different and he does not hesitate exposing  himself with other fellows too as said by Issac Watts, “ Satirists expose their own ill nature” as in this poem
Aj dagdyaon methai khani kyap wai ge
Mujhyun sarail fir fir tejab hwai ge
Ye jaman : Oxford dictionary defines the satire that satire means a discourse or conversation, usually through poetic form, contemptuous or condemning the follies of human beings and the abuses of society. We may feel the abuses of the society:
Barakh pujdara vai baman ka jog dyakho
Bhagai bhatag khand khand bihal hwaigyai
Guladangi: Irony is one of ingredients of  satire and Harish creates  irony in simplistic way :
Yojanau ko parsad bajat ki tailind khaindi khundik
Kamisan ki dabali ghumaiki pardhan guladangi kari ge
Kana garud : Telling the follies through indirect way is one of the pet style of Juyal from many his styles of narrating the subject as :
Paray kudi agyan chaind, arvi ag bujhan chaind
Bhitar bhitar  damar lagaik bhair jol lagan chaind
Pad ku Uyar: The clergymen attacks on evil and not personalities. Same way, most of the time,  without self interest,  the satirist attacks on evil without considering whose evil is this as:
Kail karan pahad ku uyar rai
Baid hankatt jair/bukhar ma lachar rai
Sakla Log: There is  contradictions in the society and is found in  individuals too. The satirist exposes various types of contradictions through his poems as :
Byali tak jain tumara jalad khanin
Aj vaikihan ma han misana chai hain?
Apnu gujar chya k kala pani ma kaiki
Gura thai bal pivar doodh pivana chau hain?
Kichad-Pichad: The job of satirist is to create anger in the mind of reader or audience for correcting the wrong happenings in the society and Harish Juyal performs well his duty as satirist and humorist for awakening the readers:
Bajar beech sabji-mandi kichad pichad
Such ka chawk, dukh ki dhandi kichad pichad
Jagri tund, dhupanu fund, bhut disco
Hadfail bichari chandi kichad pichad
Jai Ram Ji ki: The objective of a student is to have knowledge and endeavors for gaining knowledge, or a soldier should have brevity as main characteristics but if the individual or individuals as society forget their mottos and actions, the poet becomes vociferous and speaks like by using powerful metaphoric words , common images and symbols:
Woo Bandar hauri chhai jaun bwal akad se, lamka ma jaiki Rawan ka samni Jai Ram ji ki
Tadtada hweki college chali gen hero bauniki
Syani sagat par knowledge dekho jia ram ji ki
Ghanghtol: Usually, the poet is always a philosopher and a teacher too,  becomes sad by seeing the negations or contradictions in the life and  expresses her/his objervations in different style and forms. Harish Kutz is an expert showing us negations, disagreements, paradoxes of life in humrous ways by using conventional and modern images and symbols:
Farak nauna naunyun ma karan walun suno tumara nauna suk, nauni lal chachkar rai
Sadgunon ka painchha ki tu bat tain ‘kutz ‘ ni kaur, chauchhwadi man-hater ka chain teeta human dwara rai
Ved-Bidhan- When a decaying situation in the society becomes beyond recovery and recovery becomes compulsion, the satirist leave humor, irony, funny ways, mimicry and speaks the truth without mincing the words as harish says:
Geeta, puran, kuran ku chhwara, sabyun ka eksani gyan ch chhwara
Kaffu lagani kaga tain dhai, bhali buri yakh jawan ch chhwara
Gaidi Dhair: Robert Harris (1990)  explains the job of satirist in “ The Purpose and Method of Satire” , “… the specific targets in satire are often used to instruct and correct the general populace..”. Harish Juyal is not behind the saying of Robert Harris:
Ini tham chor gundon ka note sahi adim tain de le bhote
Pas huno ku mantar seekh, mixie man ni pees silvat ma ghot
Seekh: A teacher does not leave his properrties even after his death and same is applicable to Juyal. By profession, he is teacher and does not leave the habit of teaching and preaching , though, with wits and humor in his poem Seekh, where he also  uses the folk story of Garhwal with ease:
Bhair tala lagyan yakh bhitar human chhan khandwar
Talu twakan valu dida dil ku khwalan seekh
Kiali dhareen takk teri paraya banthun hatyana ki
Sat gwairun apas man tillu danI bantan seekh
Vandana : Willium Hass says In “Some Characteristics of Satire” that  the application of the satiric method is more of attitude or stance than a gener or type of literature (“ It is not bounded by form and structure but exists as an approach to the situation which can be present in any of the many literary forms” ). If Harish Juyal prays or worships a god or goddess, his prayer or worship definitely will have irony, humor, wit .
Jayati jay jay man siSwati jai kumau Garhwal ji
Kukur bi naadi bukhai gen haman jaunthe pali ji
Sel: The best satire is which irritates the audience for knowing the evil in the atmosphere and though the audience knows it but feels the pinch after poet shows the evil indirect method. Harish is expert of pinching the public by his poems:
Halwa khaiki dant pisena chhan, ghisena chhan
Adai samjhaik nauna bayena chhan t bayen dya
Gairal: There have been many satiric  scenes in various Hindi movies against big family or more children by a couple . Same way in Garhwali literature, a couple of poets tried to criticizing the more numbers of children however, but Harish ’Kutz’  goes ahead of all in creating humorous satire  against big family and supporting small family by using  inflation, exaggeration and best uses of symbols and images  .
Panchaun funkara maran lagyun , chhayun chhati fulanu
Sataun  afat kaurige syu abi lpyan myal ma
Khani peeni kya ch apdi twaima sach bwanu chhaun
Min tibasi bhat khayi ek daduli dal ma
Bikhili Dunya: When a poet becomes straight as truth teller, his poem becomes very sharp .Samuel Sullivan tells that undeserved merit is satire and we may experience what Samuel means by reading harish 
Pap k bhitar raibasu kaurik
Sachai ki delim thukani chh dunya
Aadim aadim tai ghulan lagun chha
‘Juyal’ dunya thain ghulani cha dunya
Sach ki Ankhi Motiyabind: Harish is also the master of mock encomium and since, the reader feels that the poet is sincere his narration is well understood by readers without any difficulty. Feinberg , Pfaff, Simpson  cautions that if there are miscues and errors in the mind of audience or readers, the deadpan or satire does not make any effect and audience struggles either to understand or just reject the subject even if it has lot of humor. Harish provides full of cues through conventional symbols , images, proverbs to his audience  in his satiric poems even they are with values and preaching:
Sach ki ankhi moribund jhutha ankha chhala chhan
Burai chamkani cha chamm bhalai farai jala chhan
Baila-banja ghas peendu khaiki utana human chhan
Jaunl annai danI kamai unka giccho mwala chhan
Bakkibat: Exaggeration  creates humor and satire too provided the poet is wise using right and with words of cues:
Kukar-kakhad ek bhadlind mund kucheki dagdi parali chatna chhan bakkibat
Ichchadhari chhpodyaman hamari gaun man nai nai laguli katana chhan bakkibat
Au Rai Au : In Garhwali as in other languages, the same sentence or group of words have double meaning and the tone is the only way of differentiating of real meaning . Harish did an experiment by using “Au Rai Au’ group of words very effective to create satire with hmour:
Hamari kakhdi chwarnu chhe tu au rai au!
Sular putuk dharnu chai tu au rai au!
Kana garud t tyara human chhan yar dost
Ar hadki ghughtyon ki twadni chai tu au rai au!
Jhail: It seems as if  Stanley Lane poole read Jhail poem of Juyal and that is why Stanley  says that satire has a power of fascination that no other written thing posses and . Jhail is perfect humorous poem without any twist and complexity. Though this poem is somehow a love poem by using  different - different figures of speech, the poem became a pure humorous poem and a Garhwali will laugh loudly after listening or reading this poem
Log bwaldan ki jwan dhung ma ag hond
Takk lagaiki ayee ar parekh jai
Parmesur :The saying of Nathaniel Hawthorne applies to the poem Parmesur, “Of a bitter satirist it might be said that the person or thing on which the satire fells shriveled up as if devil had spit on it”
Khadu lagaunlu tyara nauku jab bipakhsyun ki
Nikal delu jhiran-kiran parmesur
Matlab yoch : In Matlab ya ch , Juyal tenors soothingly rebukes the frivolous  life of rural Garhwal in his present time . This poem reminds us the poems of Pope’s Rape of the Lock (1714)
Karjpat l dabe gin bhula myara sukila din
Myar banth andhyari rat udankar ni ayee matlab ya cha
Padhan Bada : Padhan Bwada is not satire in its full sense but a sad story of aged person of villages of Garhwal whose children are migrated in plains and the aged persons spending their life in loneliness. Samlaun is also same type of poem
Gura Vandana :Dr Shantarani Says that satire is the strong weapon for showing antagonism and hate  and we may experience the odium and animosity against the social  system at the fundamental or base level  but vital rank of democracy i.e.  inhabitants   of village :
Ajanau tain katan wala tyara dant todi delu
Juyal thain dhann podalu juttu hath manija
Bhaut Badhiya: The collector of Amar Kosh, Shankar Puntambekar states that “ The satire is the razor-sharp expression for the  era for criticizing the wrong happenings in the society. The satire hits very effectively where there is injustice, inequality, abuses, exploitations,  immorality, nepotism, factionalism, corruption, classicism, hoardings, red tape, unemployment, drought, flood, food scarcity, adulteration, family dynasty ism, ..”Harish hits on the above wrongs in the society through his poem “ Bhaut Badhiya”
Butpujai: First  prime Minster of India late Jawahar Lal Nehru said about the famous cartoonist Sahnkar, “ ..a true cartoonist (satirist)  is not just a maker of fun but who sees the inner significance of an event and by a few strokes impresses on others…”  Harish Juyal has also the power of showing us the inner significances of wrong happenings in our allowing superstitious (andhvishwash)  in our society in Bhutpuja poem :
Gaudi kilai latyani cha, kilya pooj kali rat
Jagardar murga kunai, hudkya da palya le hath
Desh ka hal: Dr Alka K Dange says, “ The satire without humor becomes abuse and desiccated.”. Harish knows mixing of humor in dry subject and expertly makes such subject as entertaining as joy as in Desh ka Hal:
Jaun saanki bhakk bilki desh ka
Voo dyabta banya chhan re desh ka
Aibi Goar: Harish has gifted competence for using Garhwali words which make the satire as entertaining as bad-badan’s folk song as Issar Evan says, “ The satire becomes entertaining and tasty when it has natural humor”.
Abinda anbolya youn gorun tain dekhi dekhik
Bagh bujya putug khitgani  marana chhan
 Little Peg: M S Abrams describes satire as the literary art of diminishing or derogating a subject by making it ridiculous and evoking towards it attitudes of amusement. Harish makes the reasoning of taking alcoholic drinks as ridiculous  as top most  satiric poets  of world class poetries did in their language poems:
Little peg pen pwadal bwe ka saun, tab talak ju tvai chwadalu bwe ka saum
Yanl pet ki kidi mwardan kuch ni hondu, tyara saun ju jhoot bwalalu bwai ka saun
Kushal Kamana : It is not that Harish can not create serios and inspirational  poems, his kushal kamana is the proof that Harish is master of other branches of poetry other than humor and satire
Apan banth ku gham meel sabyun thainki
Kaunpun ni ra kwee tyaru myaru bhai tab
Choosi Ja :Dr Suresh Maheshwari says that the poet gets inspiration for writing satire when there is conflicts and struggle between idealism  and reality, thoughts and implimentative actions and it is sure that Harish got inspiration to write the poem Choosi Ja by observing many conflicting struggle, obligationlessness and deceptive nature and mannerism in the society:
Jaun thain taranai vee duban lagyan chhan
Chhal paunchhi hamthain baglike bwagan choosi ja
Daundya dancer: It seems, as far as satire poem creating is concerned,  Harish Juyal runs on the line of great poet Lord Byron who said , “Fools are my theme, let satire be my songs” and Harish creates poem criticizing the youth who are forgetting the natural etiquettes of society or arts
Myalu chati deli meri ek khanate ma , ar moch dyakho Rana pratap jan bananu chhe
Kandud chhan byanda chhan tyara dhameli chhwadin cha teri dhoti pair chuwa kyonki sharmani chai
 Dhad : Dhad poem is humorous and satirist as well and with full of conventional abuses of Garhwali are used by him in Dhad and  every Garhwali reader whether he speaks Garhwali or not that Garhwali will enjoy the poem .
Jail hamaroo banthu chorik khan bhare
Vaiki patt gand mori jan bhare
Hey Ween : Clark says that satire need have no moral lesson or didctic purpose but be aggressive or critical to situations and harish is expert of creating such satiristic poem which attacks the situation or society in Hey ween
Chauchhwadi hamari chhween var pwar he veen, ram dain log bhaut jaltmaar hey veen
Jarasi jai din bitai ham ufran baithi, sya unka mukhund jhwalu pod , hey veen
Myara Mulak: Late Kanhaya Lal Dandriyal wrote a timeless poem for describing Garhwali (myaro Gadhwal, Bharat ko Bhal…). After that the satiric poets in Garhwali, habitually, write poem to describe Garhwal this way or that way but no body could provide such a witty poem as Dandriyal could offer. Juyal also wrote the poem for description of Garhwal and he showed the respect to Dandriyaal in his Myara Mulak  poem, which again shows the effect of Dandriyal on his successors in satire verses:
Dandriyal ji ki gicchi podin aunla danee, bachyun nirbhagi maryun bhagyan myara mulak
Juyal rai santula jan cchvaun cchwan ni kaur samali ki rakh apni gicch myara mulak 
Chor Chatva : Mayanard Mack says about satire, “ Satire .. Asserts validity and necessity of norms , systematic values and meaning that contained by recognized codes.” Harish Juyal proves the validity of saying of Mack in his poem where he pins point on the continuous erosion of social simplicity and increasing double standard in the society and at the same time provides the solution to check the erosion too:
Birala doodh ka jagwal karna chhan, kana dai jamana chhan, gura raudi thamik bhitryun bhitaryun chinch chhulana chhan
Golan lagan ni bisari ‘juya’ bhitar bite chital rai aunsi ki rat chor chatva tyar dwar Khulna chhan
Maya Ku Fikval: This poem is different because from just reading it you will feel it is a
love poem and aimed for an extreme love of a lover with lot of humor and wit without attacking anybody:
Chauk teer klai ai tu junyali rat ma
Bhagwan jani jun  far tidwak aige
Bandarya saloot: The specialty of Harish is to attack with humor on double standard , deceitfulness and trickiness in the society . Ravindra Ryagi a Hindi satirist says, “ Satire is the best medium for  exposing the wrongs or misconducts  in the society. If there is humor in the satire, it becomes more sharper and effective” . The poem ‘bandrya saloot ‘ of Juyal is the true witness for the saying of Tyagi
Bhair satkar karna chhan bhai log bag bhitar fitkar marna chhan log bag
Rwai rwai ka  puchhana raundan hal chal, haisi hainsik morna chhan bahi log bag
Mera Dukh : If we analyze in depth the tragedy is the mother of satire and humor . Mera Dukh and Jikudi buthyanu aige poems are the examples of inner pain, hopelessness but uses of symbols (exaggeration ) and images for creating humor :
Myara  dukh ithga jathga gaina asman ka
Riti Bhandi: Eminent Hindi and Marathi satire critic Alka Dange says that according to learned knowledgeable, there are seven elements of satire “ reality, seriousness, sensibility, mature language, intellectuality, allusiveness and neutral analysis . Riti Bhandi is  one of the examples of poems created by Harish that he fulfills the literary norms of satire creation
Khud: Harish is a insightful poet and can write tragic poem too. Khud is not satiric and humorous poem but a poem of sadness for emptiness because of something lacking in an individual. The poem  Ulyara Paran, Gani, Gijar  poems  come under this category .
Samali Jai Ho: The eminent Hindi satirist Sharad Joshi  says, “ The main element of satire is that it should be attached to struggle of life or attached to an average life. If the subject and description of literature is not attached to life, there is something wrong with the satire”. Samali ja Ho is a love poem but with wit, humor, sensibility, struggle and  liveliness of life. If Sharad Joshi would have alive he would have said that he defined satire by reading the poem Samali Jai Ho by Harish Juyal
Athgarai: When the  prominent Hindi prose satirist of India , Harishankar Parsai says, “ satire shows us life , criticizes life, wrongs, lies, heresy, humbug etc” it  means his saying is also dependent on the poem Athgari of juyal wherein he attacks on the trouble of big family and non-application of family planning devices , alcoholism, taking money from money lenders, gambling, bureaucracy, inflation, discrimination in the society and so on . Chhenja poem is also best example of such type of satire, which Parsai said
Didactic Poems by Harish : Sacha bol, bird naya sal ka are not satiric nor humorous poems, which show his capability for creating different types of poems
Meru Bachpan; Meru Bachpan  is an autobiography of an average Garhwali’s childhood and wordings, symbolic approach make this poem readable and enjoyable .
                       
               What  Harish Juyal ‘Kutz’says about his works
(this is translation of Harish’s saying “ apni bat or my words’ in this collections of poetries )
  In my opinion, to communicate the tragedy, pain, imbalances and, laughter -happiness of my own heart to the hearts of others is poetry.
 Today’s human being is not living the life but he is cursedly struggling for the life .because, these days, there is anxiety , disquiet in the life of an average human being. ….I understand that every person is under the attack of anxiety, worries, unease .
    Today, there is wrongs everywhere in religious, social, economical, ethical, political circles . The illiterates are the teachers and authority for providing the knowledge to the knowledgeable. There is dirt and bad smell in the wrongs happening in the whole society and we have to close our nose to avoid such wrongs happening in the society.
  I write poems because through, I can attack fierce fully on the bad happenings, wrong approaches, malpractices, who are busy damaging the basic norms of ethics and at the same time not understanding the good changes in the society or government administrations …..
For me, the poetry creation is also a way of being exclusive from the masses.
Another secret is that by creating poetry I feel liberated from the tension arose because of  the bad happenings here and there and everywhere .
                      
 Brief About Harish Juyal
 
 Date of Birth: 21 September, 1969
Place of birth; Malla Tasola, Badlpur, Pauri Garhwal
Education : graduate and diploma in Education administration/teaching
Literature: writes poems in Hindi and Garhwali and is famous poet in Kavi Sammelan
Awards: he received awards
1- Aditya Ram Navani Purushkar for his book ‘Uktatat’
2- Chandra Kumwar Puraskar for Hindi poems
                                           Conclusion
  Harish juyal is son of soil and he did not leave anything even the remotest of garhwal in his poetries -geography, social structure, agriculture, languages, culture, rituals, arts and so on
 Juyal is perfect and eminent gazal creator in Garhwali language . His language is pure Garhwali even in Gazals
His way of creating poems are his own and that is why he is called the exclusive poet of his time
From form and style point of view, he uses all forms and styles found in contemporary Garhwali poetic field.
In a very few words he is capable of saying big story and big meaning and this capability was with only great poet of the world Kanhaya lal Andria (Kukreti says that Dandriyal is one of topmost 200 poets of world poets) . He maintains disciplines of poetry but it does not mean Juyal does not do experiments as and when required for the benefits of Garhwali and poetic field as whole
Though he uses Badalpuria Garhwali I.e Salani or Garhwali of south Garhwal but it is going nerer to Shrinagarya and Tiryali, which is good sign of completing the process of Standardization of Garhwali language .
              His uses of symbols, images, figures of speech, constructions, style, autonomy, wholeness, uses of right references , conflicts and contradiction, meanings, lucidness in the poems, shock treatments to the readers all make Harish Juyal different gene among other his contemporary  Garhwali  poets.
 His poems show that Juyal is sensitive about wrong happenings, he is knowledgeable about all fields of Garhwali . He is concerned about culture, environment, benfits of beneficiary changes taking place in the world by at the same time cautious about wrong changes too. His deep knowledge about human psychology is always visible in his each stanza and this specific knowledge makes him great poet of India
 His choosing the right words make him the attraction of kavi sammelan and he has capacity to increase the crowd in any Garhwali kavi sammelan
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