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Savaar Laine

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Cover artist  Afaq Maniar
Genre  Gujarati Ghazal
Originally published  15 February 2012
Page count  96
OCLC  843085313
Language  Gujarati
Publication date  15 February 2012
Author  Anil Chavda
Country  India
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Publisher  Navbharat Sahitya Mandir, Ahmedabad
Media type  Print (Hardback & Paperback)
Awards  Takhtasinh Parmar Prize (2012–2013), Yuva Puraskar (2014)

Savaar Laine (Gujarati: સવાર લઈને) (English: Bringing the dawn to you) is the first collection of Ghazals written by Anil Chavda, the leading young ghazal-poet of 21st century in Gujarati literature. The book has won the Yuva Gaurav Award - 2014, Instituted by Sahitya Akademi, Delhi. The book have also got critical reviews by well-known Gujarati poets and writers including Chandrakant Topiwala, Raghuvir Chaudhari, Chinu Modi, Harsh Brahmbhatt and Saumya Joshi.

Content

There are seventy ghazals in this book, composed in the form of four, five or six shear. Chiefly, The Arabic meters 'Ramal' and 'Hazaj' have been used in this ghazal by the poet Anil Chavda. 'Kataav', the meter, have been used in several ghazals of this book, is lucid and have an easy flow. The two main emotions depicted in this ghazals are Intensity of pain and Discordance with worldly life. He is, However, not a spokesman of westernized modern sensibility, though he has depicted the perplexity and suffocation of modern life. The ghazals, composed in long meters, are also significant work of poet.

References

Savaar Laine Wikipedia


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