|Full name||Ravindra Prabhat|
|Birth||April 05, 1969|
|Birth place||Mahindwara, Sitamarhi, Bihar, India|
|parents|| Kedarnath Chaubey (father)|
Late Urmila Devi (Mother)
|spouse||M. Prabhat (1989-present)|
|Children|| Urvija Dubey, Subendu Prabhat and Urvashi Prabhat|
Aalok Bhardwaj (son in law)
|Karma-field||Varanasi & Lucknow|
|Main compositions||Ham Safar (1991), History of Hindi Blogging and Taki Bacha Rahe Loktantra (2011), Prem Na Hat Bikay (1912) and Dharati Pakad Nirdaliya (2013)|
|Search||Poetry, Ghazal, Story Writing and Blog Criticism|
|Related Articles||Literature and Blogs|
|Other Information||[Personal Websate]|
Ravindra Prabhat (hindi:रवीन्द्र प्रभात; born on April 5, 1969) is a Hindi novelist,scholar, journalist, poet and a short story writer from India.He has served as an administrator, editor, and researcher, and screen play writer. He writes for major daily newspaper as a historian. He modernised Sketching artwork by spurning rigid classical forms and resisting linguistic strictures. His novels, stories, poems, ghazals and essays spoke to topics political and personal. Many of his works have been translated into other languages and published in various journals and anthologies. He has also received several awards.
Early life & Education[सम्पादन]
Prabhat was born on 5 April 1969 in the village of Mahindwara, Sitamarhi, India. He raised and received primary education there. 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.
According to the Brahmin family culture he underwent an upanayan initiation at age eleven. He married M. Prabhat, in Bettiah in 18 May 1989. They had a son Shubhendu Prabhat & two daughters Urvija & Urvashi Prabhat. in 2014, Urvija married Aalok Bhardwaj, who is Hindi film and television actor.
Prabhat has been writing since 1987 in various subjects. His compositions are published by almost all major Hindi newspapers in India and abroad. His poems are compiled into a half-dozen poetry collections. A regular columnist for the Daily News Activist and Jansandesh Times Hindi daily published from Lucknow. He is also chief editor of VatVriksh & Parikalpana Samay (Hindi Magazine).
Writings & Styles[सम्पादन]
|“||"Unless the Social System does not come till then the financial crisis will remain as it exist in the present system for Dalits." Taki Bacha Rahe Loktantra (Novel), Hindyugm Books, 2011.||”|
|“||"Love is expressed as an action and experienced as a feeling." Prem Na Hat Bikay (Novel), Hindyugm Books, 2011.||”|
Ravindra Prabhat is a realistic poet. The impressionable images created by him allow his readers to introspect. His poems revolve around the nuances of life. The plays around his choice of words create magic in the mind of his readers. His poems carry an earthy essence with a nostalgic yearning.
As a social painter Ravindra Prabhat paints a lovely picture of the hypocrisy, bureaucracy and plutocracy through his Literary world for the revival of a different facets of nature and exhales his creative fragrance for the essence of the critic world. His more than two and half decades selfless service to the literary world has reserved a permanent berth in the popular psyche of the creative milieu.
His mastery over the use of imagery in his poetry makes Ravindra Prabhat a poet to reckon with. his landmark Poem, 'See Dumb Man', is an innovative hindi Ghazal. His poetic message is to love one another and turn this earth into a dale of eternal bliss. Love all living beings and make a heavenly world on this strife-stricken earth. The poet propounds the philosophy of suffering of life in his poem ‘ See Dumb Man.
In most of his poems, Prabhat comes as a poet with a strong tender voice. He partakes in the mundane aspect of life with a passion that makes his readers elevate to a higher self
Like Tagore Ravindra Prabhat is primarily a spring suitor who inhales all forms of spring for spiritual consciousness and exhales poetic fragrances to the outside world. T. S. Eliot calls the hollow men of the modern society because they are deprived of morality, spirituality and ideology and possess only the flesh into to. Like T. S. Eliot Ravindra Prabhat exposes the hollowness of modern man who lives in the fool’s paradise for want of conscience. Man has become thirsty of one’s blood. It is quite impossible for a man to have faith in another because faithfulness has become a story of the past for them. On the contrary people extend their helping hands to those who are fraudsters, black marketers, cheaters and butchers on the name of friendship, peace and prosperity.
—Dr. Virendra Kumar Basu, Critic
His landmark short story, 'RASBATIYA', is an innovative story. This story about the consultations inviolable basis. This is a sordid tale of a rural village lady of North East India. 
Prabhat is specially recognized for his critic works towards Hindi blogging. He has also published his writing in the form of a blog. he He presented hindi blog analysis and reports of various blogs every year.  He started blogging in 2007, and has published fiction as well as reviews of other blogs.
Prabhat is a founding member of the Parikalpna Award, a blog literary award in India. This is a literary award for blogs in South asia. It is presented by the magazine Parikalpana Samay and the Non-governmental organization Parikalpnaa. The first Parikalpna Award function was inaugurated by the Chief Minister of Uttarakhand, Ramesh Pokhariyal Nishank in New Delhi on 30 April 2011. This One day celebration session was chaired by Ashok Chakradhar, Dr. Ram Darash Mishra, Prabhakar Shrotriy, Ravindra Prabhat and Vishwa Bandhu Gupta. 
The second Parikalpna Award function was inaugurated by the Senior Indian Journalist Mr Mudra Rakshas in Lucknow on 27 August 2012. This One day celebration session was chaired by Shailendra Sagar, Birendra Yadav, Udbhrant, Rakesh Veda, Sudhakar Adeeb, Ravindra Prabhat and Dr. Subhaash Ray. 
The third Parikalpna Award function took place on 13–15 September 2013. It was inaugurated by the Senior leader of Nepali Congress party and Ex- cabinet mister of Nepal Arjun Narasingha K.C. in Kathmandu, Nepal. This three days celebration session was chaired by Mr. Kumud Adhikari, Suman Pokhrel, Uma Suvedi, Sanat Regmi, Vikram Mani Tripathi, Ravindra Prabhat, Dr. Rama Dwivedi, Dr. Sampatdevi Muraraka, K.K. Yadav, Akanksha Yadav, Girish Pankaj, Lalit Sharma, B.S. Pawala, Dr Ram Bahadur Mishra, Shailesh Bharatvasi, Mukesh Kumar Sinha, Mukesh Tiwari, Manoj Bhavuk, Saroj Suman, Vinay Prajapati, Sunita Prem Yadav etc. Nepali, Hindi, Bhojpuri, Awadhi, Maithili, Chattisgarhi writer and folklore scholar.
- Taki Bacha Rahe Loktantra(2011) His first novel.
- Prem Na Hat Bikay (2012) His second novel, based on a love triangle. 
- Dharati Pakad Nirdaliya Sarcastic fiction, based on Indian local politics. (2013) 
- Contemporary Nepali literature (critical writings,essays and interviews,1995)
- History of Hindi Blogging (critical writings,2011) 
- Hindi Blogging: Expression of new revolution(essays and critical writings,2011) 
- Naya Bihan (Screen Play Writer, 1992) television documentary film on Women's Education under the UNESCO related plan of Unit of Sitamarhi District in "Bihar Education Project".
- Ham Safar (1991) (his first poetry collection) 
- Mat Rona Ramjani Chacha (1999)
- Smriti Shesh (2002)
- Urvija 1992 to 1995. Published at Sitamarhi, Bihar in India.
- Fagunahat, 1990 to 1992a yearly magazine published at Sitamarhi, Bihar in India.
- Samvad, 1993, editor of a special issue of this monthly magazine, whose principal editor was Basant Arya.
- Sahityanjali, 1994. editor of a special issue of this monthly magazine, whose principal editor was Madhvendra Verma.
- Hamari Vani 2010, a Hindi e-journal. he was consulting editor for the year 2010.
- Parikalpna Blogotsav, 2012 - . He is chief editor of this Internet web journal.
- Vatvriksh, May 2011 to May 2013. A Hindi magazine published in Lucknow. He is chief editor.
- Parikalpana Samay, June 2013 - A monthly Hindi magazine published in Lucknow. He is chief editor.
- Samvad Award (2009) 
- Blog Bhushan Award (2011) 
- Nagarjuna Birth centenary Story Award (2011)
- Prables Blogger peak award (2011)
- Srijan Shri Award in Forth International Hindi Conference Bangkok in Thailand 
- Sahitya Shri Award (2012) in Mumbai.
Ravindra Prabhat addressed in International Bloggers Conference in Lucknow (27 August 2012).