Mansukh Ranwa (मनसुख रणवां) (also Manusukh Ranwa Manu) is a young Hindi poet and author from Sikar district in Rajasthan. He was born on 1 January 1967 at village Dholpalia in Sikar district in the family of Jala Ram Ranwa, a hindu Jat of Ranwa gotra. His mother was Smt Chhoti Devi. He has published many books and more than 70 poems in Hindi books and magazines.
He did M.A. (English), M.A. (Hindi), B.Ed. and L.L.B.
Amar Shaheed Lothoo Jat(अमर शहीद लोटू जाट)
Mansukh Ranwa is the first author who has first time published history of freedom fighter Lothoo in the form of a book- “Amar Shaheed Lothoo Jat’’ (अमर शहीद लोटू जाट) in Hindi in year 2000. Otherwise it was only through the Bhopas that folk songs of Lothoo were sung in Rajasthan. Most of the facts about Lothoo were known to only local public from the ‘phad’, which Bhopa community read loudly in public places as folk songs with the story depicted on canvas. The role of Lothoo has not been properly assessed in the history of first freedom movement of India. The efforts of Mansukh Ranwa in writing a research book on such a great freedom fighter, whose history and achievements were lost in the dark, are worth praising. Dr Gyan Prakash Pilania has written forward of this book.
Kshatriya Shiromani Vir Tejaji (क्षत्रिय शिरोमणि वीर तेजाजी)
Kshatriya Shiromani Vir Tejaji (क्षत्रिय शिरोमणि वीर तेजाजी) in Hindi is his second research book published in 2001 on Vir Tejaji, who is considered to be folk-deity and worshiped in entire Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, and Madhya Pradesh by all communities. Tejaji was a great warrior born in the family of Dhaulya gotra Jats. His father was Chaudhary Taharji (Thirraj), a chieftain of Khirnal (Kharnal) in Nagaur district in Rajasthan. Author has included facts in the book about nagavansh, to which Tejaji belonged, who had been rulers in the desert region of Rajasthan for centuries and whose history is lost in the dark. He has documented facts about Tejaji, prevalent in folk-songs, life and culture of local people in the form of this book.
Uphan (उफान-काव्यसंग्रह) is his third book published in 2002 in Hindi which includes 56 poems about nature, society, life and culture of a common man.
Maru Manak - Kumbha Ram (मरु मानक कुंभाराम), 2006
Noor-e-Hind - Chaudhary Charan Singh (नूर-ए-हिन्द-चौधरी चरणसिंह) , 2006