Om Thanvi, veteran journalist, critic, prolific writer and Editor of Jansatta, brings together the legends of Hindi language and literature through their criticism, thoughts and nostalgia of one of the most celebrated figures of modern Indian literature- 'Ajneya'. The two expansive volumes of 'Apne Apne Agyeya'include essays from Dharamveer Bharti, Faneeshwar Nath 'Renu', Vidhyaniwas Mishra, Kunwar Narayan, Krishna Sobti, Namwar Singh, Kamleshwar, Kedarnath Sigh, Manohar Shyam Joshi, Nand Kishore Acharya, Chandra Kant Devtale, Prayag Shukla, Raghuveer Sahay, Krishna Baldev Vaid, Ramgopal Bajaj, Harish Trivedi, Shaharyar among others.
This is a first exhaustive anthology of works on Ajneya's life, times and craft.
About The Author
Ajneya (1900-1987) is considered to be the foremost propeller and exponent of 'Nayi Kavita' and 'Prayod' in Hindi Poetry in modern times. He introduced Western and neo-classical philosophy in Hindi literatire and philosophy.
In his birth centenary year, Vani Prakashan celebrates the litterateur by presenting an expansive anthology of critical commentaries about his life, works and more specifically, poerty