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Shrikrishna Saral

(1919 – 2000) – (Madhya Pradesh)

Shrikrishna Saral (Aged 81) was born on January 1, 1919, in Ujjain, Madhya Pradesh, India. He was a Hindi poet who focused on writing epics about revolutionaries, including one about Bhagat Singh and a thousand-plus pages epic Kranti Ganga on 12 revolutionary movements. Saral ji devoted his entire writing career to Indian revolutionaries and set many world records in writing.

He brought Bhagat Singh’s mother Vidyawati to Ujjain and honored her. Saral was also a freedom fighter and, after retiring from his teaching position, remained engaged in literature and spiritual practice for life. He was decorated by various organizations with honors such as ‘Bharat Pride’, ‘National Poet’, ‘Kranti-Poet’, ‘Revolution-Ratna’, ‘Abhinav- Bhushan’, ‘Manav-Ratna’, and ‘Best Kala-Acharya’, among others.

In addition to poetry and novels, he created a directory of Indian revolutionaries in five volumes – Krantikari Kosh. He passed away in 2000.