Rajkumar Bhubonsana Singh : A profile
Recipient of Manipur State Award for Literature 2018-19
Daniel Chabungbam *
RK Bhubonsana luggage Manipur State Award for Literature 2018-19 on August 21 2019 :: Pix – DIPR
RK Bhubonsana was born on October 11, 1951 at Sega Highway Konjeng Hazari Leikai, Imphal. Father’s Title (Late) Rajkumar Agnisana Singh and Mom’s Title (late) Ningthemcha ongbi Mombi Shija. He has two elder sisters, one youthful brother and a youthful sister.
In his early age, he stayed at his maternal uncle Pukhrambam Chaoba Singh’s and search training. He studied fourth and fifth class at Sega Highway Main Faculty. After finishing major degree he studied at Ram Lal Paul Excessive Faculty Keishamthong from third commonplace to class ten.
He handed matriculation from Ram Lal Paul Excessive Faculty in 1967. He accomplished his commencement in Political Science Honours from Imphal School in 1972. After finishing Grasp in Political Science from Guwahati College in 1977 he joined Imphal City Co-operative Financial institution Restricted as a Probationary Officer in 1979. He retired from the Financial institution as Assistant Normal Supervisor in 2013.
From his childhood, he has a eager curiosity in prose and poetries written in Manipuri language. He additionally has a liking in writing. His first poem was printed in a journal ‘Khonthang‘ in 1969 edited by Aribam Chitreshwar Sharma.
After which he grew to become a member of Naharol Sahitya Premi Samiti in 1970-71 and work for the upliftment of Manipuri Literature. Throughout these days his poems had been printed in Wakhal of Naharol Sahitya Premi Samiti, Ritu of Cultural Discussion board, Sahitya of Manipur Sahitya Parishad and likewise in Malem journal.
Bhubonsana’s first poetry ebook ‘Jarasandh‘ was printed in 1991. He additionally labored on Youngsters literature in Manipuri. He offered paper in ‘Standing of Youngsters Literature in North East India’ seminar held at Agartala in 2003, collectively organized by Poetry Council of Tripura and Nationwide E-book Belief New Delhi.
He participated and skim out poems in lots of capabilities organised by Japanese Zonal Cultural Council, North East Zone Cultural Council and Sahitya Akademi held throughout India. In 2005, he participated within the annual assembly of Bangladesh Manipuri Sahitya Sansad and was invited for the Nationwide Poetry Pageant of Bangladesh at Dhaka in 2012.
A few of his authentic poems had been translated into Hindi, Bengali, Assamese, Gujarati, Marathi, Nepali and Spanish and printed in Indian Literature, Chandrabhaga, Kavya Bharati, Rang Prasanga, Sabd, and so forth.
His poems had been additionally printed in An Anthology of Modern Poetry from North East of Nehu, Shillong (2003), Dancing Earth, Penguin Books India (2009) and Oxford Anthology of Writings from North East, Oxford College Press (2010).
RK Bhubonsana is a founder member of Author’s Discussion board Imphal, life member of Naharol Sahitya Premee Samiti, life member of Manipuri Sahitya Parishad Imphal and likewise a member of Guwahati primarily based North East Author’s Discussion board. His function in upliftment of Manipuri Literature is value mentioning.
Aside from translating English poems into Manipuri, he has been an everyday contributor of Manipuri every day ‘Poknapham‘.
Revealed books of RK Bhubonsana are:
o Jarasandh (Poetry) 1991,
o Mamising Pambomsing (Poetry) 1996,
o Mei Mamgera Budhi Mamgera (Poetry) Might 1999,
o Sana Kokchao (Youngsters’s story ebook) October 1999,
o Eikhoi Punna Nokminnasi (translated Manipuri kids ebook printed by Nationwide E-book Belief India) January 2000,
o Asnagba Unagi Mami (Poetry) Might 2002,
o Mei Eeshing Nungshit Leibak Atiya (Poetry) November 2006,
o Taranga Aur Akash (Poetry) assortment of Poems and translated in Manipuri- January 2010,
o Sajibugi Meiri (Poetry) December 2010,
o Sana Kokchao amasung Bhoot Ningthou (kids’s story ebook) November 2012 and
o Kellaba Unasing (Poetry) December 2014.
o Telem Abir Selgi Mana 2001, by Manipuri Sahitya Parishad Imphal for his poem Mami Pambomsing;
o Sahitya Akademi Award 2002, by Sahitya Akademi New Delhi for his poem Mei Mamgera Budhi Mamgera;
o Atoibemma Award 2003, by Naharol Sahitya Premee Samiti, Imphal for his poem Sana Kokchao;
o Minaketan Ningshing Mana 2006, by Manipuri Sahitya Parishad Imphal for his poem Mei Eeshing Nungshit Leibak Atiya;
o Tayenjam Jayenta Poetry Award 2014, by Naharol Sahitya Premee Samiti Imphal for his poem Sajibugi Meiree;
o Bal Sahitya Puraskar 2014, by Sahitya Akademi New Delhi for his ebook Sana Kokchao amasung Bhoot Ningthou and
o Manipur State Award for Literature 2018-19 by Authorities of Manipur for his ebook Kellaba Unasing.
Manipur State Award for Literature is sponsored by the Authorities of Manipur from 2008-09 to honour the Manipuri writers in recognition of their contributions to Manipuri Literature. The award is given each year to the creator of probably the most excellent ebook, first printed over the past 5 years. At current the award features a plaque, a quotation, money element of Rs. 3 Lakhs and a scarf.
Rajkumar Bhubonsana Singh has been chosen for the distinguished Manipur State Award for Literature, the very best official recognition for Manipuri Literature within the state for the year 2018-19.
The federal government determined to provide away the tenth Manipur State Award for Literature to the 69 year previous author for his ebook ‘Kellaba Unasing‘ (fallen leaves), a set of poems printed in 2014. He was chosen for the award by a board of eminent individuals arrange by the Authorities of Manipur.
* Daniel Chabungbam is a frequent contributor to e-pao.web
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