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Lakhmi Chand


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1903 (age 42), Janti Kalan, Sonipat

17 October 1945 (aged 42)

Baje Bhagat, Sardar Anjum, Murari Lal Sharma (Neeras)

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Pandit Lakhmi Chand (1901–1945) was an Indian poet of Haryanvi language. He has been accorded the honor of the 'Surya Kavi' of Haryanvi music genres Raagni and Saang. Popularly, referred to as 'Dada Lakhmi Chand', he is also regarded as the "Shakespeare of Haryana”.


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Lakhmi Chand was born in 1901 in Jaati Kalan, a village located in Sonepat district of Haryana. His ancestors came from a Gaur Brahmin family and his father was an ordinary farmer. He had to resist his family's opposition to come to the field of art.

He used to sing various stories with great morals in his 'Raagni' and basically gave a message to live a good lifestyle through skits called Saang also he used to entertain people through his acts [[Saang}} in the native language. His widely popular work is'Lakhmichand Ka Brahmgyaan part 1 and 2' that has been now sung by various Haryanvi artists after his death.

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Lakhmi Chand died at the age of 45 in 1945. His writings have a marked influence on contemporary culture and society of Haryana. Annually, Haryana Kala Parishad confers Pandit Lakhmi Chand Award to people for their contributions to Haryanvi literature.

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