ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846
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Nirmal Verma

Nirmal Verma (1929-2005) was one of the greatest signposts in the growth of Hindi literature and of literature. In India and the world outside, his writings were noticed and admired but like the writer himself, there was much that was "elusive" in his writing. There was a unique "Nirmalesque" quality to his writing - a subtlety of touch, ambiguity of appearance remained an integral quality of his work. Yet his words fell lightly and lucidly, capturing a myriad of fine shades and details of human experience.

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