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Satyapal Anand
Poet/Writer
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Satyapal Anand

 

Satyapal Anand  born April 24, 1931, is a poet, critic and writer from India. He has written several fictional and poetry books in four languages: English, Urdu, Hindi and Punjabi. He has also received awards for his literary work.

Anand was born in Kot Sarang, Chakwal district, now in Pakistan. He finished his primary education there and attended secondary school in Rawalpindi in 1947. After the partition of India, his family moved to Ludhiana in East Punjab, where he received his college education, earning a Masters in English from the Punjab University in Chandigarh with academic distinction. Later, he earned his first doctoral degree in English Literature with a thesis titled "Changing concept of the nature of reality and literary techniques of expression." He earned his second doctoral degree in Philosophy from the Trinity University, Texas.

Anand married Promila Anand in November 1957 and the couple had two sons (Pramod and Sachin) and a daughter (Daisy).

Anand has spent most of his life in teaching graduate and post-graduate students in universities around the globe. Starting with the Punjab University in Chandigarh in 1961, he has held teaching positions at other universities, including the University of District of Columbia (UDC) in Washington, DC. He has also been a visiting professor at South Eastern University in Washington, D.C., University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada, and Open University in England. From 1992-95 he was on special assignment as a Professor of Education in the Department of Technical Education, Saudi Arabia. He has availed many invitations in his professorship life,having nickname "Air Port Professor" by his pupils and friends.He visited several countries including U.K., Germany, Turkey, Denmark, Norway and North America.


Awards

Nehru Fellowship Award for his book Promises to Keep; Ahmad Adaya
Urdu Markaz Award, Los Angeles
Shiromani Sahityakar Award by the Government of Punjab, India

Short stories

Jeeney Key Liye
Apney Markaz Ki Taraf
Dil Ki Basti
Apni Apni Zanjeer
Patthar Ki Saleeb
Novels
Aahat
Chowk Ghanta Ghar
Ishq Maut Aur Zindagi
Shehr Ka Ek Din
Urdu poetry
Dast e Barg
Waqt La Waqt
Aaney Wali Sahar Band Khirki Hai
Lahu Bolta Hai
Mustaqbil aa Mujh Se Mil 
Aakhri Chattan Tak 
Mujhay Kar Vida
Mere Andar Ek Samandar
Meri Muntakhab Nazmen
Byaz e Umr
Books in Hindi
Yug Ki Awaz
Painter Bawrie
Azadi Ki Pukar, Bhoori
Dil Ki Basti
Chowk Ghanta Ghar
Geet Aur Ghazles
Ghazlon Ka Guldasta
In Punjabi
Saver Dopeher Shaam
Makhu Mittha
Ghazal Ghazal Darya
Ghazal Ghazal Sagar
Ghazal Ghazal Leher
Rajneetak Chetana Ate Sutantarta Sangraam

In English

The Dream Weaver
A Vagrant Mirror
One Hundred Buddhas
If Winter Comes
Sunset Strands
Some shallow, some deep
Life's a tale

 

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