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Hari Dilgir

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Biography of Hari Gurudinomal Daryani

Famous Sindhi Poet : Hari Dilgir

hari_dilgirHari Dilgir 1979 Sindhi Sahit Academy Award winner famous Sindhi poet was born on 15 June 1916 at Larkkana Sindh as the son of Shri Gurudinomal Daryani. In the world of Sindhi literature Hari Gurudinomal Daryani [Pen name : Hari Dilgir] is known as the perfectionist . In the early days of his literary life he spent a lot of time with Nawaz Ali Jaffery ‘Niyaz’ for learning the poetic expressions so that he can establish a better communication link with audience. Being unsatisfied with his progress he went to great Sindhi poet Kishanchand “Bewas” for more deep guidance for the perfect expressions. This not only helped him in being the master of flow of expressions but also helped him in developing positive attitude. As the result of all this in very short span of time he become a poet with ability of expressing each and every issue in a spontaneous poetic expression webbed from the simple words.

After the partition of the country in 1947, Hari Dilgir moved to India and has chosen Adipur Gandhidham as his home and work land. Being a Bachelor of Engineering (Civil) he was appointed as the Principal of Tolani Polytechnic Collage, Adipur. He also worked as the Chairman of Sindhi Sahitya Academy, Gujarat .

His perfectionist nature gets expression with his involvement with society as in those days city of in the developmental phase hence he started to make it point that there must be share of him in the process. He went on to hold the post of President of Gandhidham Municipality in the year1965 . He also become active with Rotary Club of Gandhidham and in the capacity of President has helped a lot to migrant Sindhis looking to resettle in the city . In the year 2004 on 11 April, at the age of 88 years he left the physical world.

Literary work : Publications of Hari Dilgir

Some of the legendry Sindhi literature created by him

Mauj Kaee Mehran 1966
Pal Pal Jo Parlau 1977
Amar Geet 1981
Mazedaar Geet 1983
Cholo Munhijo Chika Mein 1987
Subah Jo Suhaag 2001

Awards : Hari Dilgir

List of Awards showered upon Hari Dilgir includes

Sahit Akademy Award for “Pal Pal Jo Parlau”
Central Hindi Directorate, Govt. of India for “Mazrdar Geet”
Priyadarshani Award
Narayan Shyam Award
IndusInd Award
Gujarat Sindhi Sahitya Academy, Ahmedabad also felicitates him with Gaurav Purskar for his unmatched contribution to Sindhi Poetry and Sindhi Literature.