In 'Kamayani' - Ek Punarmulyankan, Professor Gaur has beautifully described human emotions like anxiety, hope, faith, love, action, intellect, dream, internal conflict, mystery and bliss. The book starts with anxiety and ends with bliss.
READ ANCIENT Vedas before reading Jaishankar Prasad's 'Kamayani' heartly. Prof. Nawal Kishore Prasad was the only Hindi teacher of Patna
University who can teach all eight Hindi papers at the B.N. College and Patna College, easily and fluently. He correlated the Vedas with Jaishanker Prasad's great Hindi epic poem 'Kamayani' in his yet-to-be published Hindi book – 'Kamayani' - Ek Punarmulyankan.
It has personalities like Manu, Ida and Shradha who are mentioned in the Vedas. “Read this book in the teaching style of Prof Gaur. Gandhi, Einstein and Jaishankar Prasad were three great men of the world. We should know them rightly,” said chief guest and former governor of Tripura
Prof. Sidheshwar Prasad during his inaugural speech at Bihar
Rashtrabhasha Prishad in Patna recently on the occasion of the seminar that discussed the book.
It was organized by the Bihar Rashtrabhasha Parishad, Patna under the presidentship of Instittute's Director Rambujhawan Singh. Scholar of Hindi, English and Sanskrit Centurion Prof. N.K. Gaur was absent in this program due to his ill health. Presently he is living in Udaipur.
Prof. Gaur's Hindi manuscript 'Kamayani' - Ek Punarmulyankan was briefly read out by Institute's deputy Director Dr. Mithilesh Kumari Mishra. “Prof . Gaur has beautifully described human emotions like anxiety, hope, faith, love, action, intellect, dream, internal conflict, mystery and bliss in this manuscript. There are total 12 chapters. This book starts with anxiety and ends with bliss. This book will be in the market in March, 2013,” said Dr. Mishra.
Ex Deputy Director Dr Bajrang Verma, Poet Nachiketa, Dr Satishraj Pushkarna, Kailash, Harun Rashid Ashk, Indira Laxmi, Pushpa Jamuar, Srikant Vyas, Surendra Lal Das 'Kaladrashi' and Om Prakash Pandey were also present in the program. This program was anchored by Vasudev Mishra.