Dr. Gobind Prasad
Professor
Centre for Indian Languages
Jawaharlal Nehru University
New Delhi-110067

1457, Poorvanchal, J.N.U.
New Delhi-110067, India
Gobindprasad@mail.jnu.ac.in
9811999587 (Mob.), 011-26704249 (Off.)

Educational Qualification

1992 PhD (Hindi Literature), Delhi University, Delhi

1981 M.Phil (Hindi Literature), Delhi University, Delhi.

1980 M.A. (Hindi Literature), Delhi University, Delhi.

1977 B.A. (Hindi Hons.), Delhi University, Delhi.

1994 Diploma in Urdu Language, Delhi University, Delhi. 

Teaching Experience                              

At P.G. & Research level: 12 years in  CIL, SLL & CS, JNU.

Experience of Guiding Research Work

Number of Students who have been awarded M.Phil and PhD Degree under my supervision
(i) M.Phil – 26        (i) PhD – 19     = 45    

Number of students who are doing M.Phil and PhD Degree under my supervision
   (i) M.Phil – 09        (i) PhD – 18     = 27    

Under of students who are doing Post Doct. Research under my supervision:
 Post PhD – 03                 

Joint Supervisor of Urdu Research :
 PhD  – 02.

Publications

Books

Farhang-E-Āryan (Persian-Hindi, English, Urdu), Vol.1, Ā – B, 701 Pages.

A quartly Lingual dictionary, Persian-Hindi, English and Urdu Project. Along with eminent  scholars AL-HUDA Publications, Iran, Tehran, 2008.

Urdu Ka Arambhik Yug (Sahitya Sanskriti Evam Itihas Ke Pehlu) by Shamsurrhman Faruqui, Translated into Hindi as co-translator, New Delhi, Raj Kamal Prakashan, 2007,  152 Pages.

Main Nahin Tha Likhate Samay  (Poetry Collection) New Delhi, Bhartiya Jnanpith, 2007, 100 pages.

Kavita ke Sammukh (Critical Analysis of Modern Hindi Poetry and Poets) New Delhi, Vani Prakashan, 2001.

Persian – Hindi Dictionary   (Two Vol.1100 Pages) New Delhi, Rajkamal Prakashan, 2000.

Malyaj Ki Diary (Three volumes)

Co editor with Prof. Namwar Singh. Evaluation and Analysis of Modern Hindi Poets, Poetry and Ideology. New Delhi, Vani Prakashan, 1998.

Urdu Ki Ishkiya Shayeri (A critical study of Urdu love-poetry) by Firaque Gorakhpuri, Translated into Hindi as co-translator, New Delhi, Rajkamal Prakashan,1997,88 pages.

Koi Aisa Shabd Do  (Poetry Collection) New Delhi, Vani Prakashan, 1996.

Trilochan Ke Bare Mein (Edited) Contributed two major articles by Dr. Gobind Prasad in this book. It also contains articles by Muktibodh, Shamsher Bahadur Singh, Ramvilas Sharma, Namvar singh etc, New Delhi, Vani Prakashan, 1994.

Ajneya ki Kavita aur Kal Drishti), (Forthcoming) A Critical Analysis of time philosophy in Ajneya’s literature. Ancient and Modern Indian and European time philosophies along with early Greek time philosophy and some important schools of Indian philosophy especially Jainism, Buddhism, and Charvak has been analyzed, New Delhi, Vani Prakashan.

Kulliyat-e-Bani, (Forthcoming) Bani is a trend setter of Modern Urdu Ghazal. It is an important compilation and Transliteration (with contextual meanings) of work both in Devnagari and Persian  Scripts by the editor. It include the complete works of Bani: Harf-e-Motbar, Hissab-e-Rang., Shafaq Shajar, New Delhi, National Council for Promotion of Urdu Language.

1857 ki kahani Mirza Ghalib ki jubani (Dastamboo Aur Khutute - Ghalib Ke Hawale Se) by Makhmoor Saeedi, (Forthcoming) Translation in Hindi, New Delhi, National Book Trust, India.

Critical Articles in Journals

Aaj Ki Hindi Kavita: Nirala Se 2004 Tak, Indraprasth Bharati, Vol.2, April-June 2004.

Parishkrit Samvedna Ka Shilpi: Kedarnath Singh, Samvad, Vol.2, October-December, 2003. A research article on the poems of Kedar Nath Singh.

Dhwani Tarangen Bahut Si hai Shesh, Shabd, Vol.2, October-December 2002. A review article on Mera Ghar (poetry collection.

Kai Swar Dharayen, India Today, 29 November 2002. Review article on the poetry of Dinesh Kumar Shukla.

Do hi Misron ke Darmiyan Kya-Kya, Swagat, 2002. A book review of Urdu Ghazals, Intekhab.

Khoon ke Shor hai Kavitayen, Apurva Jangatha, July-September 2002.

Five Brazilian Poems,(Translated from Portuguese into Hindi),  Hispanic Horizon, Journal of the Centre of Spanish Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, Year XVIII, No.21, 2002.

Pragatisheel Kavita Ka Devdar: Nagarjuna, Shakshatkar, Vol.260, August 2001. A critical analysis of the poems of progressive poet Nagarjuna.

Ghas ke Akhyan se Lekar Bhavishya ke Mahataru Tak, Kathan, March-April 2000. Review article on the poetry of Dinesh Kumar Shukla.

Shabd Satta ki Ota Mein, Vartman Sahitya, Millennium Issue of Hindi Poetry and Hindi Fiction, New Delhi, March-April 2000. A textual criticism on an important poem. Aaj Tum Shabd Na Do, of modern Hindi poet Ajneya.

Sutradhar Dwara Bole Gaye Beej Vakya, Vasudha, Bhopal, Vol.33-34, October 1998-March 1999. A research article on the poetry collection of Kedar Nath Singh.

Ajneya Kavya Stabak, (ed. Vidyaniwas Mishra) Review Article, Ajkal, New Delhi, 1997.

Parveen Shakir, Aajkal, March 1995. A Brief Comment on the Poetry of Modern Pakistan Poetess Parveen Shakir.

Roopon Mein Aroop Ki Khoj, Aajkal, November 1994. An analysis of the works of eminent modern Indian painter Jagdish Swaminathan.

Bharat Mein Byelo Noche, Aajkal, April 1994. An appreciation of 247 ‘etching style’ paintings by Russian painters.

Mujhe Tamam Kalayen Har Waqt Chhooti Rahin, Aajkal, New Delhi, Special issue on Shamsher bahadur Singh, September 1993. Interview with Shamsher Bahadur singh on his poetry, contemporary poets, modern trends etc.

Pahar ki God Mein Behti Nadi, Adhunik Kavita, Delhi University, Delhi, 1989. Critical Appreciation and analysis of the poetry of Kedarnath Agarwal. The book has been prescribed in the M.A. (Hindi) poetry curriculum of the Hindi University.

Uski Sahajta Pran Hai, Alochana, New Delhi, Vol.86, 1988. A Critique on the Poetry of Trilochan.

Articles on Hindustani Music

Teri Har Chaap se Jalte Hai Khayalon Mein Chirag, Aajkal, November 1998. An analysis of the pluralistic aspects of the work of Talat Mehmood. The article also touches upon the trends before Talat Mehmood and the prevailing scenario of Indian cinema music

Qawwali Ki Parampara Aur Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan, Aajkal, January 1998. A research article tracing the history of qawwali of Arab and Iran, its development as an essential ingredient of Sufism, its arrival in India during the time of Sultan Balban, down to Amir Khusro, the chistias and Bahauddin Zakaria (Sufi Sector) and the modern day qawwali in the light of the performances of Sabri brothers (Pakistan), Shankar Shambhu, Zafar Hussain Badayuni and Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan etc.

Viralata Ka Vyavasthit Vinyas, Aajkal, April 1994. A critical study on the performance of eminent Indian classical vocalist Pandit Mallikarjun Mansoor of Jaipur Atrauli Gharana.

Alapon Ki Rani Kishori Amonkar, Saranga Swar, September 1988. A detail study of traditional Gharana Gayaki, in the light of specific style Jaipur, Atrauli Gharana.

Sannate Ka Chhand aur Naad Sarjana, Dinman, 15 April 1988. A detailed study of the traditions of classical Indian Vocal gharanas, in the light of the specific style adapted by Kumar Gandharva.

Many other articles notes published in Navbharat Times, Saranga Swar on Pandit Bhimsen Joshi, Gangu Bai Hungal, Ustad Nisar Ahmed Khan, Girija Devi, Prabha Atre, etc.

Others

  1. Selected as professor to teach Hindi Language and Literature abroad ICCR’s (Mint. Of External Affairs)

  2. Served as a member of Text Book Board of NCERT for preparing the text book s of Hindi Course.

  3. Served as a member of Board of Studies, SLL&CS, JNU, New Delhi.