Atal Bihari Vajpayee - Biography, Speech, Poems (Kavita)

Born : December 25, 1924, Gwalior
Education : DAV College, Kanpur
Awards : Padma Vibhushan
Parents : Krishna Devi, Krishna Bihari Vajpayee
10th Prime Minister of India
Religion : Hindu

Atal Bihari Vajpayee, born on December 25, 1926 in Bateshwar in Uttar Pradesh, is the Prime Minister of India, a Hindi bard and an speaker well-known for his hypnotic persuasiveness. Vajpayee’s poetry is noticeable by patriotic enthusiasm and human value. He believes that verse should stimulate a sense of task and social liability in people. He is motivated by Hindu folklore and his verse is rich in devout imagery. Simple in speech and imagery, his verse praise the tradition, history and fate of India. Ideas of cultural patriotism tell his dream of India. According to Bhagwat S. Goyal, the man who translated Vajpayee’s verse into English, Vajpayee believes that “Politics and literature do not belong in separate compartments. slightly they improve and purify each other. When a litterateur gets concerned in politics, his politics gets more sophisticated. likewise if a politician has a fictional background he cannot disregard human feelings and emotions.”

Prime Minister Vajpayee has engaged a figure of eminent positions in his lengthy and well-known political occupation, counting those of the head of the antagonism and the Foreign Minister, before he took office as India’s Prime Minister on October 13, 1999. He has received various honors and awards include the Hindi Gaurava Award and the Padma Bhushan.

 1992, Padma Vibhushan
 1993, D. Lit. from Kanpur University
 1994, Lokmanya Tilak Award
 1994, Best Parliamentarian Award
 1994, Bharat Ratna Pandit Govind Vallabh Pant Award

List of Works
Social and political
 National integration. (1961)
 Dynamics of an open society. (1977)
 New Dimensions of India's Foreign Policy. (1979)
 Heal the wounds: Vajpayee's appeal on Assam tragedy to the parliament. (1983)
 When will atrocities on Harijans stop?: A.B. Vajpayee's speech in Rajya Sabha. (1988)
 Kucha lekha, kucha bhashana. (1996)
 Sekyularavada: Bharatiya parikalpana (Da. Rajendra Prasada Smaraka vyakhyanamala). (1996)
 Bindu-bindu vicara. (1997)
 Rajaniti ki rapatili rahem. (1997)
 Na dainyam na palayanam (Hindi Edition). (1998)
 Back to square one. (1998)
 Decisive days. (1999)
 Sakti se santi. (1999)
 Vicara-bindu (Hindi Edition). (2000)
 Nayi chunauti, naya avasara (Hindi Edition). (2002)
 India's Perspectives on ASEAN and the Asia-Pacific Region. (2003)
● Atal Bihari Vaj mem tina dasaka. (1992)
● Pradhanamantri Atala Bihari Vajapeyi, chune hue bhashana. (2000)
● Values, vision & verses of Vajpayee: India's man of destiny. (2001)
● India's foreign policy: New dimensions. (1977)
● Assam problem: Repression no solution. (1981)
● Twenty-One Poems. (2003)
● Kya khoya kya paya: Atal Bihari Vajapeyi, vyaktitva aura kavitaem (Hindi Edition). (1999)
● Meri ikyavana kavitaem. (1995)
● Meri ikyavana kavitaem (Hindi Edition). (1995)
● Sreshtha kabita. (1997)
● Nayi Disha – an album with Jagjit Singh (1999)
● Samvedna – an album with Jagjit Singh (2002)
● Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee, selected speeches. (2000)
● President's addresses, 1980–1986. (2000)
● Presidential address. (1986)
● Presidential address: Bharatiya Pratinidhi Sabha session, Bhagalpur (Bihar), 5 6 & 7 May 1972. (1972)
● Atal Bihari Vajpayee and Pokhran

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