Bhasha, Sahitya aur Sanskriti is the new and enlarged edition of the Hindi textbook published by us for the Bhasha, Sahitya aur Sanskriti paper (100 marks)of BA Foundation Course of Delhi University. This is aimed for the Hindi medium students who opt this paper.
Though specifically meant for Delhi University, this book would be a very useful textbook for courses of Hindi at undergraduate level across Hindi departments in other Indian universities because Hindi language, literature and culture is an important paper taught at this level in all Indian universities.
Dr Vimlesh Kanti Verma, MA Hindi, Allahabad University, M.Litt. Linguistics, Delhi University, D Phil Allahabad, FRAS from London. He retired as Reader, Department of Hindi, PGDAV College, University of Delhi in 2008. He teaches currently Applied Linguistics and Translation to undergraduate and post graduate students at Delhi University. He taught linguistics and literature in University of Toranto, Canada; Sophia University, Bulgaria and University of South Pacific, Fiji. He has several published works and articles in Indian and International journals on linguistics and literature. He is a visiting Professor to the Hindi Departments of many foreign Universities. He was on the advisory of the Textbook board of NCERT for nearly twenty years in the past.
Dr Malti is MA, Ph D Hindi, Delhi University; MA Marathi; PG diploma in Russian, Devi Ahilya University, Indore. She retired as Principal, Kalindi College, Delhi University. She was an active member of several academic committees of University of Delhi. She was an active member of BA Program Committee of the Foundation Course on Bhasha, Sahitya aur Sanskriti and the subcommittee for the Application Course on Anuvad aur Bhashaantaran (Translation and Interpretatng) of University of Delhi. She was also a member of Board of Studies for Hindi of Jawaharlal Nehru University. She is rewarded by several national institutions for her services of the community and Hindi literature. Her published works include several Hindi and Marathi poems, short stories, articles and critical monographs, translations of Marathi short stories into Hindi and vice versa published in various journals and magazines.
1 Bhasha, Sahitya aur Sanskriti/ 2 Bhasha aur sampreshan/ 3 Bhasha mahatvapurna kyon hai/
4 Bhasha kaise kaam karti hai/ 5 Bhasha aur lekhan/6 bhasha aur samaj/ 7 Bhasha vaividhya/
8 Bharat:ek bahubhashi desh/ 9 Bharatiya bhashayen aur hindi/ 10 Bharatiya samvidhan aur hindi/
11 Dvibhashikta aur bahubhashikta/ 12 Prachin bharatiya lipiyan aur devnagri varnamala.
Bhaag 1 : Bharatiya Sahitya
13 Ramayan-Vali vadh prasang/14 Mahabharat—dronacharya ka arjun ko brahmastra dena/
15 Silappadikaram-dukh ki ladi/ 16 Mricchakatika—sandhichcheda/ 17 Bahut kathin hai dagar panaghat ki/ 18 ‘Baaji rachi’ aur ‘tum bin kyon’/ 19 Santon dekhat jug bauraana / 20 Kaahe re ban khojan jai/ 21 Vaakh / 22 Vaishnav jan to tene kahiye/ 23 Tu dayal, deen huwon/ 24 Mere to girdhar gopaal/ 25 Hazaaroan khwahisheyen aisi/ 26 Stri-purush tulna/ 27 Kaabuliwaalaah/ 28 Shatranj ke khilaadi/ 29 ‘Swantrataa ka pallu’ aur ‘patra : parali su. Naeilaiyapp pillai ko’/ 30 Venkatshami ka pranay/ 31 Vidhawaa/ 32 Husn bhi thaa udaas/ 33 Mujhse pehli si muhabbat mere mehboob na maang/ 34 Andhe ki dhanyataa/ 35 Chhuimui/ 36 Waaris shah se!/ 37 Raag darbaari/ 38 Kaala handi/ 39 Ek avismararaneeya yaatra/ 40 Joothan/ 41 Koi achchaa sa ladka/ 42 Lokgeet
Bhaag 2: Bharatiya Sahitya—ek parichay
43 Vaachik Sahitya/ 44 Prachin Sanskrit Sahitya ki visheshtaayen/ 45 Prachin Tamil Sahitya ki visheshtaayen/ 46 Sahitya aur rashtriya aandolan – 1/ 47 Sahitya aur rashtriya aandolan – 2/
48 Bhasha aur rashtriya aandolan/ 49 Bharatiya Sahitya/
50 Bharatiya Sahitya, sanskriti evem Hindi bhasha/ 51 Bharatiya sanskriti ke mool aadhaar/ 52 Sanskriti va popular culture: arth aur swarup/ 53 popular culture: ek nai avdhaarnaa/ 54 mulyon ki kasauti per sanskriti aur apsanskriti: niji swantrata aur samajik maryada ke prashn/ 55 media, sanskriti aur bhumandalikaran/
56 bhumandalikaran aur sanskriti