‘Anvarat’ short story compilation is an appraisal of true events, on one hand while there are childhood rites in this book, on the other hand it is a civilization that teaches the rites to the inferior human. Somewhere the hero-heroine’s love is tested, and elsewhere the maternal love is synonymous with life. Somewhere there is a satirical attack on politics, and somewhere there is a defeat from the loved ones leaving the eyes moist. Somewhere there is a description of the renunciation of the woman, somewhere there is a review of the time of the male discourse. Somewhere there is the character of student life, somewhere there is the ideal of Acharya spreading fragrance. Many times, human beings are left unattended. The short stories of kalamkars of various states of India are praiseworthy. It seems as if the creators had seen the wisdom of Mother Saraswati.
About the Author
In the ‘Anvarat’ laghukatha sanklan, young and senior authors from India, litterateurs have also provided their invaluable literary works. Following are the names of author who participate in laghukatha sanklan- Devendra Narayan Tiwari, Akansha Rupa, Archana Tyagi, Banwari Verma, Dr Jyoti Singh, Dr Manju Sharma, Dr Manoj Joshi, Girdhari Vijay, Kalpana Mishra, Kamal kalu dahiya, Manju Lata, Meera Jagnani, Neha Jaggi, Ram Gopal, Rathendra Vishnu, Sanjay Gupta, Sewa sadan prasad, Usha Jain, Usha Verma, Vibha Verma.