1-Life of Mangalesh Dabral
Mangalesh Dabral contemporary Most famous names in Hindi poets. He was born on 26 May 1948 in Kafalpani village of Tehri Garhwal, Uttarakhand, his education took place in Dehradun.
Hindi Patriot coming to Delhi, counterparty After working in and around, he was assistant editor in the literary quarterly Bias, published from the Madhya Pradesh Kala Parishad, Bharat Bhavan in Bhopal. He also worked for a few days in Amrit Prabhat published from Allahabad and Lucknow. In 1983, took over the post of literary editor in Jansatta. After doing editing work in Sahara Samay for some time, he is now associated with the National Book Trust.
Mangesh Dabral’s five Poetry Collections have been published. – Lantern on the mountain, The way home, What we see, Voice is also a place and the enemy in the new age. Apart from this, two of his prose collections Writer’s Bread and Poet’s Loneliness as well as a travelogue once Iowa have also been published. Sahityakar Samman of Delhi Hindi Academy, Kumar Vikal Smriti Award and his best work is what we see.
Mangesh Dabral, who was awarded the Sahitya Akademi Award in the year 2000 by the Sahitya Akademi, also has a reputation as a translator. Apart from Indian languages, translations of Mangesh’s poems have been published in English, Russian, German, Dutch, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, French, Polish and Bulgarian languages.
in addition to poetry LiteratureHe also writes regularly on the subjects of cinema, media and culture. In Mangesh’s poems there is an antidote to both feudal perception and capitalist deceit. They do this retribution not with any noise, but by creating a beautiful dream in the opposition. His aesthetic is subtle and the language transparent. ,
2-Mangesh Dabral’s text-
1-accompanied by the lead singer’s rock-heavy vocals
that voice was trembling pretty weak
He is the younger brother of the lead singer
or his disciple
or a distant relative who comes to learn on foot
Meaning-The accompanist with the lead singer is often seen whenever a musical is organized. Most people do not pay attention to the accompanist and he remains only part of the background. He may be an anonymous face to us. We can speculate about it. But in light of the fame of the lead singer, very few of us are able to consider the important role of that unknown accompanist.
2- When he starts sitting in the tarsaptak, his throat
Motivation leaving with enthusiasm fading away
sound like ashes falling
That’s when the singer’s voice comes from somewhere to console the lead singer.
Meaning-when on the chord go During this, the singer’s throat starts to swell and his courage starts responding when the accompanist supports him with his voice.
3-Sometimes he just gives his support
To let him know he’s not alone
And that can be sung again
Meaning-Sometimes the accompanist even sings so that the lead singer does not feel that he is going alone. Sometimes he even sings to tell the lead singer that a raga can be sung again.
4-And a hesitation that is clearly heard in his voice
Or whatever try not to lift up
not fail him
His humanity should be understood.
The accompanist’s voice is always muffled during all this process. Most people would consider this as his weakness. but it’s not like that. He then sacrifices the singer’s voice to make it loud and deliberately suppresses his voice.
This poem is about the accompanist but it alludes to someone who is in the role of a support. Many people contribute behind the success of any one person in almost every field of the world. We and you know about that one player or actor or leader who is at the pinnacle of success. But we don’t know about those people who work tirelessly in the background for the success of that sportsperson or actor or leader.
Read in Hindi: Biography of Mangesh Dabral