Dina Nath Nadim (1916 – 1988 / Srinagar, Kashmir / India)
Dinanath Nadim (दीनानाथ नादिम) was a prominent Kashmiri poet of the 20th century. He was born in Srinagar city and with him began an era of modern Kashmiri poetry. He also virtually led the progressive writers movement in Kashmir. Rooted to the soil of Kashmir, Nadim's language was spoken Kashmiri, though he initially wrote in Hindi and Urdu as well. He influenced a large group of poets of his age as well as younger than him.
Nadim also wrote operas like Vitasta ( Jhelum River ), Safar Taa Shehjaar ( The Journey And The shade )Heemaal Taa Naaegrai ( Heemaal and Naagraaj ), Shuhul Kull ( The Shady Tree ) and Bombur Taa yamberzal( Bumble Bee And The Narcissus Flower), the most ... more »
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- A Breeze Left For a Walk
- A Broken Mirror
- A Chrysanthemum Espied A Marigold
- A Cloud Shinned Up A Mountain
- A Coat For Rain
- A Flower Spoke To The Soil
- A Hut Leaned Against a House
- A Lone Naked Poplar Stood Aloof
- A Path, Running Through a Field
- A Pebble In The Street Corner
- A Road Jumped Into a Lane
- A Sculptor Sculpted a Relief
- A Shoe
- A Teaf Detached From A Tree
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