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It is our 125th edition, which makes it quasquicentennial anniversary of AAW series. We thank all the citizens of Ahmedabad who have contributed to make the city a much more creatively cheerful place. We are grateful to our subscribers who kept receiving the AAW and participated the creations of all the creators. We thank all the appreciators who invested their time, patience, money, and energy to experience the art.
Our dedication for the 125th AAW is given to the lyrical Gujarati poet Rajendra Keshavlal Shah. With a Chayakar aspect, Shah has mostly drafted poems on the beauty o f nature, milieus of locals and fisherfolk communities, and has cumulatively developed more than 20 lyrical notes in Gujarati to showcase his affection for the language, the art of writing and life in the surrounding. Born in Kheda, Gujarat his alma mater was MS University, Vadodara and was highly inspired by Rabindranath Tagore’s work, eventually using the Sanskrit metrics in his stanzas. He launched a poetry magazine called Kavilok and translated Tagore’s poems in Gujarati. He was awarded by Jnanpith Award in 2001 for his notable contribution in the field of literature and is regarded with legendary poets like Narsinh Mehta, Akho, and Kabir.
Illustration : Nilesh Ramani