The story of girija Kerr's.
Today I am going to write about Girija Keer's children's literature. Girijabai's biggest achievement is that despite producing abundant literature, there is no lack of precision in her writings. If you read his plays, you will realize that women find daily intimate issues more important than miracles and wonders and that too in the world of children. I would like to draw your attention to some of his children's dramas. Itukali Pitukali Natukali series includes children's dramas 'Aamche Aapana Gappa Tappa', 'Chala Kholu Natak Natak', 'Saluki Chi Kahani', 'Ess Gele Gele' for the age group of nine to twelve. While the dramas 'Neela Rani Chi Darbar' and 'Mi Kon Hoorana' are for children. I feel special importance of children's dramas, because this provincI.t is totally ignored. Rajni Paranjpe of Pune prepares simple and hyphenated books for this age group as a project. These child dramas of Girijabai support their laudable efforts.Mentions a children's play that I particularly liked. The name is, 'An application is Bappa. This is what happens in the house of Sujata and Sadanand. The elders of the house have gone out and at this time the little children are having important discussions. What question is so urgent for children? So they do not tolerate the bossing of elders such as mother, father, neighbors; But who will tell this? Then everyone thinks that let's read our complaints in the application and keep this application before Bappa. God will surely be pleased and then begins a community application writing, here is what the author has put forward good complaints. Mother's chiffon saree must be worn. We need the freedom to eat ice cream. The sheep must be fed. Madhu, Bhau, Vinaya's group of friends come in the form of father and start fighting with each other. This drama has the skill to open the windows of children's minds. Young and old alike will be engrossed in this dramatic experiment. The visual impact that a play should have is effectively seen in Girijabai's play. It is a difficult task to create a lively scene with a small number of characters and win the hearts of the child audience; But Bai Te Lilaya Pelat.Now let us turn to Girijabai's other literary works for children.
In order to instill good culture in the minds of children, the lady has written beautiful biographies like Punyashlok Ahilyabai Holkar, Tapaswini Anutai Bagh Shikshanvrati Tarabai Modak, Sant Gadgebaba, Mahatma Jotiba Phule. Their sense of social commitment warms the hearts of children. She says, "Carrying on the work done by Thor is his real monument!"He has presented an important thought in each biography. For example, in his biography of Mahatma Jotiba Phule, Girija Keer writes, "Every educated woman never forgets the debt of the father who made us write and speak."will not come " While writing about Tarabai Modak, an educated woman, she says, "Taarabai's specialty is to know people and use them for proper work. "It's true! Only grown-ups can appreciate a diamond. Presenting the biography of Anutai Wagh, who carried forward Tarabai Modak's estate, Girijabai says, "The children of the area where they have to work learn and come for education. Anutai practiced these things by providing opportunities, using a language they could understand, teaching with faith and pouring love into it. Let the young children of blood come forward to carry forward that work throughout their lives! This will be the true monument of Anutai!"See this message from the biography of Saint Gadgebaba "Children, you don't have to perform miracles to attain sainthood.You don't have to sit in meditation wearing Vibhuti. You don't have to go to the mountains. How to create awareness among people.Saint Gadge Baba showed it. That is why he became a great saint. "She writes in the biography of mother Ahilyabai Holkar, who shines like pure gold even in the fire of sorrow, "Ahilyabai, who treated the people as sons and gave immense happiness, gave charity, always lived for others like an immovable lamppost. Her life was as pure as Ganges water."In this way, Girijabai has given a convincing message to the children from each biography. He has given a new dimension to biographical writing by using simple but heart-touching language that children will understand and enjoy.Girijabai has also written numerous stories for children."You are Savitri!" There are total eight stories in this book. The story of "Goshta Eka Manchichi" has come out very beautifully. Madhu's mother falls ill. The doctor tells her that she has a tumor in her stomach and promises that the operation will make her feel better. Madhu haphazardly punches Eka's wallet, as he has no money. Madhu counts the notes, almost two thousand. But there is a note with it,"Dear Ananda,I am sending two thousand rupees along with it. Do the mother's medicine properly. i'm not coming The same amount of money will be saved. Mother will find it useful..." address below.This letter opens Madhu's eyes. He goes to the man looking for the address. That man has kept that money for his mother's illness. Madhu confesses his evil deed; But the man returns that money to Madhu. "Just today I got a message that my mother is gone. Now what will I do with this money? This money will be useful for you. If your mother gets well, I will be happy that my mother will get well!" This vision of a big heart is awe-inspiring.The first story of the same name in the book "Flower Flowering Old Man" is very beautiful. A lot of miracles in this story.However, this original Japanese story is riveting. Sundar Swair cites her as a fine example of translation.Balakadambari' is the next step of the story. Girijabai's 'Jampya the Great' is truly great. Immersed in great movements, movements, and industry, Zhampa becomes a favorite of children. The story depicts the case of calling a fire bomb thinking that there was a fire.'Yadabambu Dhabbu' is an interesting children's novel. Every child wants to be loved by their mother.Dhabbu is a boy who does not trouble his mother too much. Tai has sugar paste. Homemade sweets for thatThere is Some poor children start begging. Dhabbu says no; But mother says, “Give them piece by piece, somebody.Don't be sad. Love everyone." Dabbu keeps it in mind. In the afternoon everyone is taking vamkukshi, at that time motherThe plate of sweetmeats brought to give to the beggars is thought of by the beggars, that part is meant to be liked by the readers.Overall, Girijabai has such a beautiful gift of words that 'Anant Haste Kamalakarane, how many will you give.to make?' It should feel like that. My heartfelt respect to Girijabai's writing, her cultured literature!