Dr Natthan Singh

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Dr Natthan Singh

Dr Natthan Singh (डॉ. नत्थन सिंह) (1923-2015) is an author of Hindi literature, and a Jat historian. He was born on 4 January 1923 in the family of Sardar Singh at village Karahra of Kirawali tehsil in Agra Janapada of Uttar Pradesh. He died on 30 April 2015.[1]

Career

He did his B.A. from Agra College, Agra (1948); M.A. from R.B.S. College (1950); PhD (1957) and D.Lit. (Hon.) from Agra University.

He was lecturer in Janata Vedic College Baraut from 1954 to 1983.

Membership of Institutes

  • He is life-member of Maharaja Suraj Mal Smarak Shiksha Sansthan, Delhi, Jat Shiksha Samiti Baraut, Digamber Jain Shiksha Samiti Badaut, Maharaja Surajmal Inter College Agra.
  • Board of trustees, Agra College Agra
  • Board of studies in Hindi, Agra University Agra
  • External specialist Research Committee, Agra University Agra
  • Member studies council, Meerut University Meerut
  • Board of studies in Hindi, Meerut University Meerut
  • Chairman Hindi Department, Janata Vaidic College, Baraut

Books on literature

  • Balmukund Gupta: Jīwan aur Sāhitya
  • Premchand Punarmulyankan
  • Punarnawā : Mūlyankan aur Mūlyankan
  • Kavya Shastra aur Hindi Nibandh
  • Hindi Nibandh
  • Kavya aur Kavī
  • Aū kā Tīlā (novel)
  • Sākshī hain ye prāchīren (novel)
  • Alochak Ramvilas Sharma
  • Kaurvi Lok-gāthā-sāhitya
  • Bhāratīyatā ke Sanrakshak Sāhityakār - Dr N Chandra Nayar
  • Yamunā se Prashānt Mahāsāgar (Sansmaran)
  • Khet Khalīyan se Rajdhanī kā safarnamā (sansmaran)
  • Itihasā Purush:Maharaja Suraj Mal
  • Mitron kī khoj (child-literature)


Books on Jats

  • Sujas Prabandh, Translation of poetry by Nathan, the royal poet of Jat rulers of Gohad, Jat Samaj Kalyan Parishad Gwalior, 2005
  • He has written a book on Jat History in Hindi “Jat Itihas” which is published by Jat Samaj Kalyan Parishad Gwalior in 2004.
  • He was editor of second edition (1992) of one of the earliest books on Jat history--“Jat Itihas”--written in 1934 by Thakur Deshraj.
  • Kisan Masiha Chaudhary Charan Singh
  • Jātīyatā kā Abhishāp aur Chaudhary Charan Singh
  • Rajasthan ke Kisan Kesari: Chaudhary Nathuram Mirdha
  • Number of articles in Jat Magazines like Jat – Gaurav, Jatjyoti, Surajsujan etc.
  • Uttar Pradesh ke Jaton ki Shasan vyavastha (Hindi translation of book by MC Pradhan)
  • Honorary editor Suraj Sujan
  • Sir Chhotu Ram : chintan aur karma

Books edited

  • Andherī - nagarī
  • Raja Mahendra Pratap: BahuĀyāmī Vyaktitva
  • Chandrashekhar Nayar:Saptati-grāmya
  • Ālochak Ramvilas Sharma
  • Gauravgāthā - Five books
  • Shodh Visheshānk/Hindi Sahitya Parishad, Meerut University, Meerut
  • Balmukund granthāavali, (Haryana Sahitya Akadami, Chandigarh)
  • Shodh Visheshank Meerut University, Hindi Sahitya Parshad
  • Hindi kahanī : algāv kv darshan (translation)

Awards

  • He was awarded Rs 5000/- by Kerala Hindi Sahitya Academy - 1993, 1996, Thiruanantpuram,Kerala on his book on “Bharatiyata ke Sanrakshak Dr N Chandra Shekhran Nayar”.
  • Nalini Vilochan Sharma Puraskar of Rajbhasha Vibhag of Bihar government on his Korvi Lokgatha Sahitya.
  • Chaudhary Bahadur Singh Parmarth Trust Sangaria, award - 1999 Rs 10000/-

Contact details

  • Address: A/11, Shurya Apartment, First Floor, Navin Shahdara, Delhi-110032
  • Phone:011-65190082

References

  • Nav Jat-Veer, Gwalior, 1997-98

Back to The Authors
  1. Jat Express, 25 June 2015