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Ravindra Prabhat
रवीन्द्र प्रभात
Prabhat in December 2008
Prabhat in December 2008
BornRavindra Kumar Chaubey
(1969-04-05) 5 April 1969 (age 55)
Mahindwara, Sitamarhi, Bihar, India
Pen namePrabhat
OccupationPoet, writer, journalist
GenrePoetry, ghazal, story writing and blog criticism
SubjectLiterature and blogs
Literary movementInitiative to Hindi blog criticism
SpouseM. Prabhat
ChildrenUrvija Dubey, Subendu Prabhat and Urvashi Prabhat

Ravindra Prabhat (born 5 April 1969) is a Hindi-language novelist, journalist, poet, and short story writer from India.[1]

Early life and education

Prabhat was born on 5 April 1969 in the village of Mahindwara, Sitamarhi, in Bihar India.[2][3] He was raised and received primary education in Mahindwara. He obtained higher education in geography honours from B. R. Ambedkar Bihar University in Muzaffarpur, He later studied Master of Journalism and Mass Communication (MJMC) from the Uttar Pradesh Rajarshi Tandon Open University, Allahabad.[4][5][6][7]

Personal life

According to the Brahmin family culture, he underwent an upanayan initiation at age eleven. He married M. Prabhat, in Bettiah on 18 May 1989. They have a son and two daughters.[8][9]

Literary career

Prabhat has been writing since 1987 on various subjects.[10][11][12][13] Some of his works have been translated into other languages and published in various literary magazines and anthologies. Prabhat currently serves as chief editor of VatVriksh[14] & Parikalpana Samay[15] (Hindi Magazine).

Writings and style

Prabhat often writes about social issues and human suffering.[16][17]


Ravindra Prabhat with Nepali politician Arjun Narasingha in Kathmandu, Nepal, 2013

Prabhat has written and edited works on Hindi blogging and has also published his writing in the form of a blog. He started blogging in 2007 and has published fiction as well as reviews of other blogs.[18]

Prabhat is a founding member of the Parikalpna Award, a blog literary award in India.[19] It is presented by the magazine Parikalpana Samay and the Non-governmental organization Parikalpnaa.[20] The first Parikalpna Award was presented on 30 April 2011.[21]






Poetry collections


Adaptations of Prabhat's works

Ravindra Prabhat Ki Parikalpana aur Blog alochana karm(2017) ISBN 978-93-83967-35-3 (Hindi)[35]


  1. ^ Bollywood Novelist Ravindra Prabhat
  2. ^ Hindustan, National Daily, Patna Edition, 24 July 1994, Page No.06, Ravindra Prabhat Ki Gazal
  3. ^ Aj, National Hindi Daily, Patna Edition, 14 November 1994, Page No.:9, Article Title: Literature in Sitamarhi
  4. ^ Maun Ke Swar, Editor: Shri Ram Dubey, Year: 1994, Page No.: 58, Publisher: Kavya Sangam Publication, Indira Nagar,Sitamarhi-843302
  5. ^ "रवीन्द्र प्रभात: परिचय और कवितायें" [Ravindra Prabhat: Introduction and Poems] (in Hindi). Kavita Kosh. Archived from the original on 10 May 2019. Retrieved 28 June 2014.
  6. ^ "रवीन्द्र प्रभात: परिचय, व्यंग्य, आलेख और कहानियाँ" [Ravindra Prabhat: Introduction, satire, articles and stories] (in Hindi). Gadya Kosh. Retrieved 28 June 2014.
  7. ^ Sanwad(Hindi Monthly), Editor:Basant Arya, Taigore Sahitya Manch Dumara-843301, Bihar, India, Issue-4,5,6,1993, Page No.2
  8. ^ Aaj, the national Hindi daily, Patna edition,14 November 1994, page numbers: 9, article title: साहित्य में सीतामढ़ी [Sitamarhi in Literature], Author: Ravindra Prabhat
  9. ^ Ravindra Prabhat Introduction in Kavishala
  10. ^ Rashtriy Sahara, Hindi Daily, New Delhi, Page No.1 (Umang), 26 September 1994, Title: Ek Gauravshali Ateet
  11. ^ INDIA TODAY, National Fortnightly Magazine, New Delhi, 15 May 1995, Page No.52, Article Title: Mithas Kahan Gayil
  12. ^ Ravindra Prabhat : A Short Introduction Archived 1 March 2013 at the Wayback Machine, Sahitya Kunj, 28 June 2014
  13. ^ An experimental classification of Hindī blôgiṅga: abhivyakti kī naī krānti, oclc, 28 June 2014
  14. ^ "वटवृक्ष". Archived from the original on 26 May 2013. Retrieved 5 February 2013.
  15. ^ Parikalpana Samay (Hindi Monthly)
  16. ^ Basu, Dr. Virendra. "The creative fragrance of Ravindra Prabhat". Archived from the original on 20 April 2019. Retrieved 25 June 2014.
  17. ^ "Cultural riches of Rajasthan take centre stage at Jaipur Literature Festival 2016". Retrieved 8 February 2017.
  18. ^ News in Hindi related Book released, Sahitya Shilpi, 19 September 2011
  19. ^ "Opening The Way For Hindi Blogging". This Day. Retrieved 15 January 2022.
  20. ^ Dagar, Nisha. "Opening the Way for Hindi Blogging" रवीन्द्र प्रभात: हिंदी में ब्लॉग लिखने का है शौक, तो इनसे ज़रूर मिले! [Ravindra Prabhat: If you are fond of writing a blog in Hindi, then definitely meet them.]. The Better India (in Hindi). Retrieved 15 January 2022.
  21. ^ Dainik Bhasker (Hindi), National Edition, New Delhi,Date:29 April 2011, Author : Piyush Pandey, Title: हिन्दी ब्लॉग सम्मेलन के बहाने (Eng: On the pretext of Hindi blog conference)
  22. ^ Kashmir 370 kilometer
  23. ^ "Dhartiputri Sita".
  24. ^ "Pratishruti".
  25. ^ Samakalin Nepali Sahitya, Editor-Ravindra Prabhat, Publisher-Urvija Publication, Ward No.-13 (old), Bhavadepur, Sitamarhi-843302, India, Year- 1995,
  26. ^ Responsibility Awareness & Public Behavior
  27. ^ SAMAJIK MEDIA AUR HAM / सामाजिक मीडिया और हम
  28. ^ SHARE MARKET / शेयर मार्केट
  29. ^ "Dr. Mithilesh Dikshit ka sahitya srijan evam pradey".
  30. ^ Aj, Hindi Daily, [Patna] Edition, 30 December 1995, News Title:Bajjika Lekhak sangh ka Godasahan daura
  31. ^ Khojbeen, Fortnightly Magazine, Kala Mandir, Main Road, Sitamarhi-843302, India, 15 December 1991, Page No.: 2, Poet: Basant Arya, Review Title: Hamsafar: Yatharth aur kalpna ki dhoop-chhanv
  32. ^ Hamsafar, Author- Ravindra Prabhat, Publisher- Sahitya Sarita Publication, Mela Road Sitamarhi-843302, India, Year- 199,
  33. ^ Mat Rona Ramjani Chacha, Poet- Ravindra Prabhat, Publisher-Kavya Sangam Publications, Indira Nagar, Sitamarhi-843302, India, 1999
  34. ^ Smriti Shesh, Poet- Ravindra Prabhat, Publisher-Kathyaroop Publications, Allahabad, India,Year- 2002
  35. ^ "रवीन्द्र प्रभात की परिकल्पना और ब्लॉग आलोचना कर्म के मायने: डॉ॰ विरेन्द्र कुमार बसु" [The meaning of Ravindra Prabhat's Hypothesis and blog criticism work: Dr. Virendra Kumar Basu] (in Hindi). Himdhara. Archived from the original on 19 January 2018. Retrieved 18 January 2018.
  36. ^ "Prem Na Haat Bikay". Audible Studio. 2019. Retrieved 29 January 2020.
  37. ^ Dharati Pakad Nirdaliy. Audible Studio. 2019. ISBN 978-9381394519.
  38. ^ Echoes of the Getaway
  39. ^ Kashmir 370 kilometer. Mediacura Infoline. 31 March 2021. Retrieved 3 April 2021.
  40. ^ "Echoes of the Getaway Behind the dark shadows of the Valley". Mediacura Infoline. 1 April 2021. Retrieved 3 April 2021.
  41. ^ Pratishruti. Mediacura Infoline. 28 July 2021. Retrieved 28 July 2021.
  42. ^ Dhartiputri Sita. Mediacura Infoline. 3 August 2022. Retrieved 4 September 2022.
  43. ^