Vishnu Prabhakar Biography

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Vishnu Prabhakar Biography

Vishnu Prabhakar Biography: Vishnu Prabhakar was born on 21 June 1912 in a village in Muzaffarpur, Uttar Pradesh. His father Durga Prasad was a religious person. Vishnu Prabhakar’s mother was an educated woman who strongly opposed the evil purdah practice going on in her era. | The early education of Vishnu Prabhakar was done in Meerapur. In the year 1929, he passed the matriculation examination.

After completing his matriculation, he passed many examinations from Panjab University, in which the main ones were Bhushan, Prabhakar, Pragya and Visharad. The financial condition of his house was not good. This was the reason that he had to face a lot of difficulties and problems. He made himself strong from the burden of his household troubles and responsibilities.

Vishnu Prabhakar Biography
Vishnu Prabhakar Biography

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Vishnu Prabhakar got a class IV government job. Through this job, he used to get a salary of only Rs 18 per month, from which he used to make his living. Being inspired by the life ideals of Mahatma Gandhi, the hero of the Indian independence movement, he turned towards the Congress. He was also associated with the freedom movement.

In the year 1931, his first article was published in the magazine “Hindi Milap”. He received many honors for his work “Awara Messiah” based on the biography of Saratchandra. To know Saratchandra, he went to almost all the places where Saratchandra was associated. He also learned the Bengali language and when this biography was published, the literature of Vishnu Prabhakar became popular.

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Despite writing many literature, people recognized him the most for the “maverick messiah”. Vishnu Prabhakar remained quite popular in various fields of radio, Doordarshan, newspapers and magazines and publication related media. The compositions written by Vishnu Prabhakar “Gajnandlal climbed the hill” and “Gajnandlal went to the Deccan” are absolutely unique. You will burst into laughter while reading these. This proves that Vishnu Prabhakar was the author of every genre. Vishnu Prabhakar died on 11 April 2009 at the age of 96 in New Delhi.


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