क्या मालूम ?

Posted on May 15, 2020. Filed under: Poem | Tags: , , , , , |

पापा जी की कविता -1

जब मैं सपना देखता हूँ

तो सपना सत्य होता है

सपने में देखी गई हर गतिविधियाँ सत्य होती है

जागने पर ही तो मैं जानता हूँ

कि सपना झूठा है

तो हम और हमारा ये सांसारिक व्यापार है

कहीं मेरा या किसी महामानव का

एक विराट स्वप्न तो नही है?

जिसके अन्दर हमें सब सत्य मालूम पड़ रहा है

ऎसा तो नही कि किसी दिन जब जाग जाऊंगा तो

ये सारा व्यापार ही झूठा हो जाए

क्या मालूम?


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छत्तीसगढ़ के मशहूर रंगकर्मी सत्यदेव दुबे को पद्मभूषण

Posted on February 11, 2011. Filed under: Web News | Tags: , , , , , , , , , |

गणतंत्र दिवस के मौके पर छत्तीसगढ़ के मशहूर सत्यदेव दुबे को पद्मभूषण दिये जाने की घोषणा हुई. श्री सत्यदेव दुबे के कई चर्चित फिल्मों के डायलॉग व स्क्रीनप्ले लिखे है. इनमें अंकुर (1974), निशांत (1975), भुमिका (1977), जुनून (1978), कलयुग (1980), आक्रोश (1980), विजेता (1982) व मंडी (1983) शामिल है. श्री दुबे 1971 में संगीत नाटक अकादमी अवार्ड से नवाजे गये. उन्हे प्रख्यात फिल्मकार श्याम बेनेगल की फिल्म ‘भुमिका’ के स्क्रीनप्ले के लिए 1978 मे नेशनल फिल्म अवार्ड मिला. इसी तरह 1980 में उन्हे फिल्म ‘जुनून’ के लिए बेस्ट डायलॉग मे फिल्मफेयर अवार्ड से सम्मानित किया गया.

सत्यदेव दुबे (जन्म १९३६) भारत के जानेमाने नाटककार, पटकथा लेखक, फिल्म व नाट्य निर्देशक रहे हैं। उनका जन्म छत्तीसगढ़  के बिलासपुर नगर में हुआ। निर्देशक के रूप में उन्होंने १९५६ में काम शुरू किया। 

छत्तीसगढ़ मे पद्म अवार्ड

पं. मुकुटधर पांडे – 1976 पद्मश्री

हबीब तनवीर – 1983 पद्मश्री व 2002 पद्मभूषण

तीजनबाई – 1987 पद्मश्री व 2003 पद्मभूषण

राजमोहन देवी – 1989 पद्मश्री

धरमपाल सैनी – 1992 पद्मश्री

डॉ. ए. टी. दाबके – 2004 पद्मश्री

मेहरून्निसा परवेज़ – 2005 पद्मश्री

पूनाराम निषाद – 2005 पद्मश्री

डॉ. महादेव पांडॆ – 2007 पद्मश्री

जे. एम. नेल्सन – 2008 पद्मश्री

गोविन्दराम निर्मलकर -2009 पद्मश्री

डॉ सुरेन्द्र दुबे – 2010 पद्मश्री

डॉ पुखराह बाफना – 2011 पद्मश्री


अधिक जानकारी के लिए http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Satyadev_Dubey

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Peepli Live-Omkar Das Manikpuri

Posted on August 23, 2010. Filed under: Web News | Tags: , , , , |

All about : Omkar Das Manikpuri


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Vox Populi Chhattisgarh – What an Idea, Sirji!

Posted on May 16, 2010. Filed under: Web News | Tags: , , |


Vox Populi Chhattisgarh – What an Idea, Sirji!

Men and women from the Gond or Oraon tribes, beyond the pale of any media attention, are now use mobile media to get their stories out to other tribals and to the world at large. GEETA SESHU on how C G Swara has gifted communication to those living beyond the digital divide.

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“Buru Garra” got 56th national award 2009

Posted on February 12, 2010. Filed under: My Films | Tags: , , , , , , , |

Well Known Jharkhand based filmmaker Sriprakash’s film Buru Garra got 56th national award 2009.

An article about this film:

People’s struggle on celluloid

Ranchi, Oct. 30: The story of the life and struggle of tribals in Jharkhand will be shown to the national audience at a film festival in Kerala and also to students at Jamia Milia Islamia in New Delhi.

Titled Buru Gara (Hilly River), the film is directed by Sri Prakash, a Ranchi-based documentary filmmaker, It is a tale of two tribal women of Jharkhand who have charted out a difficult, yet different, path for themselves.

Dayamani Barla and Nirmala Putul, the two protagonists of the film are known faces in the state. The director makes an effort to project the life and struggle of the tribals of Jharkhand through the characters.

While Barla is a journalist-turned social activist, Putul is a poet who vividly describes the struggle of a woman in a male-dominated society. Barla is shown in the film as championing the cause of the tribals and Dalits. On the other hand, Putul writes poetry from her own life experiences.

The 30-minute film shot in the rural areas of Jharkhand will be screened in the Third Festival of Documentaries and Short features in video for John Abraham National Award in Kerala.

“As my film raises the core issue of development and displacement, for the audience at the national level, it would be an occasion to look at these critically,” said Sri Prakash while talking to The Telegraph.

The film is scheduled to be screened on Wednesday.

Sri Prakash said the film represented the real mental agony that the Jharkhand’s tribal and Dalit villages are going through due to onslaught of industrial developments.

Earlier this month Buru Gara was broadcast on the Doordarshan. The film also has been screened at an international film festival organised at the India Habitat Centre in the month of August and Sarojini Naidu Centre for Women Studies, New Delhi, in October 25-26 this year.

Apart from Buru Gara, Sri Prakash has several other documentary films to his credit.

The list includes Buddha Weeps in Jadugora which has won four international awards, Buru Sengel (The Fire Within) which has bagged three awards, Kishki Rakhsa (on the proposed field firing range at Netrahat), and Another Revolt (on the proposed Koel Karo hydel power project), among others.

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A film on Verrier Elwin

Posted on February 12, 2010. Filed under: Documentary Films in Chhattisgarh | Tags: , , , , , , , , |

Mumbai based filmmaker Biswajeet Bora have made a documentary film on British anthropologist Dr. Verrier
Elwin who came to India 20 yrs. before Independence and served the original inhabitants of this land with selfless dedication. Elwin dedicated his whole life to those people who were neglected by the national workers and
missionaries and exploited by the British Government.

The duration of the film is 45 Mins.

You may visit our website : www.angeloftheaboriginals.com

Filmmaker had worked with Internationally acclaimed filmmaker Jahnu Barua for six yrs.

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इंटरनेशनल फिल्म फेस्टिवल में छत्तीसगढ़

Posted on February 12, 2010. Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: , , , , |

इंटरनेशनल फिल्म फेस्टिवल में छत्तीसगढ़

दिल्ली में आयोजित तीन दिवसीय इंटरनेशनल यूथ फिल्म फेस्टिवल में पहली बार छत्तीसगढ़ को प्रतिनिधित्व मिला. यहाँ के प्रसिद्ध रंगकर्मी अनूप रंजन पांड़े को निर्देशक और अभिनेता टीनू आनन्द, अभिनेत्री नफीसा अली के साथ जूरी में है. तीन दिनी फेस्टिवल का बुधवार को आखिरी दिन था. इसमें ऑस्ट्रेलिया और ईरान समेत कई देशों की 60 से ज्यादा शार्ट और फीचर फिल्में प्रदर्शित की गई. फिल्मों का प्रदर्शन जेएनयू के थियेटर और श्रीराम सेंटर में किया गया.

साभार-दैनिक भास्कर


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A Light Burns

Posted on February 5, 2010. Filed under: My Films | Tags: , , , , , , |

More than half of Indias 138 million rural households are beyond the reach of grid electricity. Deep within the coal belt of India, in a remote village in Jharkhand torn by naxal violence, two enterprising youngsters struggle to generate electricity for their village using the oil of an indigenous plant. A light burns, follows the ups and downs of a community determined to improve their lives. Armed with the knowledge of how to manufacture bio diesel from locally grown oil seeds and barely any other resourcesthey set out on their quest.

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Farmer Suicides (low res version)

Posted on January 31, 2010. Filed under: Documentary Films in Chhattisgarh | Tags: , , , |

With changing rain patterns, introduction of GM seeds and rising costs of living, small farmers in India get forced into taking loans. Unable to repay the borrowed money, many such farmers give up and end their lives.

200,000 such suicides have been reported in the period between 1997 and 2007 alone.


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When the State Declares War on the People

Posted on January 31, 2010. Filed under: Documentary Films in Chhattisgarh | Tags: , , , , , , , |

When the State Declares War on the People

A 15 minute Trailer on the Human Rights Violations in Chhattisgarh resulting from Operation Green Hunt

Director: Gopal Menon

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part 2



We have been hearing many stories about the human rights violations before and after Operation Green Hunt was announced. Allegations and counter-allegations have been going around. Fact-finding investigations have uncovered the atrocities security forces are committing in these areas, but now those very findings are being questioned.

At such a time it is crucial to present the reality and tear the veils obscuring the truth. When the State Declares War on the People is a 15-minute trailer by Gopal Menon based on his recent coverage of the ground reality in Chhattisgarh. This short film contains exclusive interviews with victims and their testimony including 1 ½ year old Suresh who had three fingers chopped off his left hand, an old man who was electrocuted and whose flesh was ripped off with knives, women raped by Special Police Officers and CRPF. The film also presents the views of Arundhati Roy and Mahesh Bhatt, two eminent citizens who have been closely following developments in Chhattisgarh. The clear intention of the State – to wipe out all resistance through terror in the name of fighting the Maoists – is demonstrated in this film.

About the Director

Gopal Menon is an activist-filmmaker focusing on caste, communalism and nationality. He was arrested twice while trying to go to Lalgarh and beaten with rifle butts and lathis. He was detained in Dantewada too. This is a trailer of a larger film on the Indian State’s war on the people.

Some of Menon’s earlier films are Naga Story: The Other Side of SilenceHey Ram!! Genocide in the Land of GandhiPAPA 2(about disappearances in Kashmir) and Resilient Rhythms (a rainbow overview of the Dalit situation) amongst others.

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