भोलाशंकर व्यास (जन्म- 19 अक्टूबर, 1923)

October 19, 2017

भोलाशंकर व्यास (जन्म- 19 अक्टूबर, 1923, राजस्थान; मृत्यु- 23 अक्टूबर, 2005, वाराणसी, उत्तर प्रदेश) का नाम काशी के प्रसिद्ध साहित्यकारों में लिया जाता है। इन्होंने 'हिन्दी विश्व साहित्य कोश' जैसे कई ग्रंथों का ऐतिहासिक सम्पादन किया।

राजस्थान में जन्में भोलाशंकर व्यास की महत्वपूर्ण प्रसांगिक एवं उल्लेखनीय रचनाएँ इस प्रकार हैं-
ध्वनि सम्प्रदाय (1956)
संस्कृत का भाषाशास्त्रीय अध्याय (1957)
भारतीय साहित्य शास्त्र तथा काव्यालंकार (1965)
प्राकृत पैगलम् भाग 1, 2 (1959-1961)
भारतीय साहित्य की रूपरेखा (1965)
हिन्दी साहित्य का वृहत इतिहास (खण्ड 1)
‘समुद्र संगम’ (पण्डितराज जगन्नाथ के जीवन पर आधारित सांस्कृतिक उपन्यास)
मौलिक लेखन के अतिरिक्त भोलाशंकर व्यास ने 'हिन्दी शब्द सागर', 'हिन्दी विश्व साहित्य कोश' जैसे ग्रंथों का ऐतिहासिक सम्पादन किया।
अभी भी भोलाशंकर व्यास की दर्जनों कृतियाँ अप्रकाशित हैं।
भोलाशंकर व्यास का निधन अपनी कर्मभूमि काशी (वर्तमान वाराणसी) में 23 अक्टूबर, 2005 में हुआ।

Subedar Joginder Singh Sahnan, PVC (26 September 1921 – 23 October 1962), was an Indian Army soldier, and recipient of the Param Vir Chakra. Singh was recruited into the First Battalion of the Sikh Regiment in 1936. During the 1962 Sino-Indian War, he was commanding a platoon at Bumla. Though being heavily outnumbered, he led his troops in the face of the enemy and fought until becoming wounded and made a prisoner of war. He later died in Chinese captivity.
Joginder Singh was born on 28 September 1921 in Mahalakalan near Moga, Punjab. He spent his childhood in the same village. Due to financial constraints of his family, Singh was not able to complete his education. He was motivated to join the Army, on feeling that it would give him an "identity and purpose
Singh was recruited in to the 1st Battalion of Sikh Regiment on 28 September 1936. After joining the Army, he identified his interest in education, and soon passed the Army Education Examination. He was subsequently appointed as the Unit Education Instructor.[4] He served in the Second World War on the Burma front, and in Srinagar during the Indo-Pakistani War of 1947–1948.
In the 1980s, the Shipping Corporation of India (SCI), a Government of India enterprise under the aegis of the Ministry of Shipping, named fifteen of its crude oil tankers in honour of the PVC recipients. The tanker MT Subedar Joginder Singh, PVC was delivered to SCI in 1984, and served for 25 years before being phased out.In Singh's honour, a memorial statue has been built near the Office of District Collector in Moga, and a monument has been built at IB ridge by the Indian Army.