PATNA: “How good a writer is depends on the structure of his stories and his capacity to communicate. It also depends on how well he can create a picture with words. Narak Masiha, a novel of Bhagwandas Morwal, meets these criteria. Morwal has a powerful pen,” said well-known Hindi critic Nandkishore Nawal at a function held during Patna Book Fair for the release of Morwal’s novel. He chaired the function, and along with economist Shaival Gupta and Ushakiran Khan, released the book from the main stage of the fair on 14 November. Many cultural activists, including Avdesh Preeti, Vinod Anupam, Poonam Sinha, Firoz Mansoori, Pushparak, Jaiprakash, Vineet and Aneesh Ankur, were present at the function organized by the cultural organization Bagdoor.
Published in the January 2015 issue of the Forward Press magazine
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