Bhopal: Today, 23 February is the death anniversary of the famous Hindi writer Amritlal Nagar. On this day (23 February 1990) Amritlal Nagar died. Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan pays tribute to him today. Amritlal has been one of the most famous Hindi writers in the civil literature world as a novelist.
Recently, Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh Shivraj Singh Chauhan tweeted and pays homage to him and wrote, 'I pay tribute to the famous Hindi writer and Sahitya Academy Award winner Amritlal Nagar on his death anniversary. His works like comic satirical writing, RadioNatak, Essay have enhanced the dignity of Hindi literature.' Amritlal Nagar was born on 17 August 1916 in Agra, Uttar Pradesh. He was born in a Gujarati family. Amritlal Nagar thought it appropriate to follow the path of Swadhyaya.
Under this method of study, he gained knowledge of subjects like literature, history, mythology, archeology, psychology, sociology etc. He also gained knowledge of Hindi, English, Bangla Gujarati and Marathi languages. Amritlal Nagar was a famous Hindi writer. He also made significant contributions in the fields of drama, radioshows, reportage, essay, memoir, translation, children's literature, etc. Amritlal Nagar died on 23 February 1990.