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Nirmal varma aur prág

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    0359912 - OU-W 2012 RIV IN hin J - Článek v odborném periodiku
    Marková, Dagmar
    Nirmal varma aur prág.
    [Nirmal Varma and Prague.]
    Garbhanal. Roč. 60, - (2011), s. 16-20 ISSN 2249-5967
    Výzkumný záměr: CEZ:AV0Z90210515
    Klíčová slova: Varma * Prague * Hindi
    Kód oboru RIV: AJ - Písemnictví, masmédia, audiovize
    http://www.garbhanal.com

    Hindí lékhak Nirmal Varmá né prág mén lagbhag das sál guzáré, kaí čék kitábón ká hindí men anuvád kiyá. Prág ká bahut móh huá, Prág unke upanjás “vé din” aur bahut sí kahániyón kí prišthbhúmi hai. “Vé din” ék tarah sé ánčalik upanjás hai. Džab san 1968 mén sovijat ádi faudžón ká hamlá huá tó Nirmal Varmá né púrí tarah se čék lógón ká pakš lijá aur is višaj kó lékar bahut sí kahániján aur lékh likhé. Iské badlé mén čékoslovákijá ké sab rásté unké lié san 1989 tak band rahé.

    Hindi writer Nirmal Varma spent almost 10 years in Prague. He translated a number of Czech books into Hindi. He loved Prague, Prague is the scene of action of his novel Those days and of many of his short stories. The novel Those days can, in a way, be called regional novel. When Czechoslovakia was attacked by Russian and other armies, Nirmal Varma took up the Czech cause and wrote a number of stories and articles on this topic. As punishment for these activities, all ways to Czechoslovakia were closed for him up to 1989.
    Trvalý link: http://hdl.handle.net/11104/0197598