Hindi writing started from 1921-22 in the era of Shadowism. His works were published in the main paper magazines of India and Burma country since that time. Other published books along with publication in monthly and weekly magazine magazines:
1. Disclosure Story, Volume Poetry, 1926
2. Tweet story collection, 1932
3. Old age bag, children’s story, 1933
4. Navodita Collection, 1944
5. Solitary Poetry Collection, 1953
4. Moon laughed, 1960
4. Mem saheb, novel, 1968
4. Songs of Solitude, English Volume Poetry, 1964
4. Veil of the Moon, novel, 1963
10. Pyaar Never Paraya, novel, 1964
11. Prakrit-Purusha, epic, 1976
12. Char castle of magic
13. Biography of Dharmarathi Sikh Guru Govind Singh (in verse)
They had four sons and two daughters. I am dedicating his third son, Dr. Ratnendra Kumar Mishra, to his late mother Princess Mishra by tearful eyes.
Brief introduction of Mahakavi Shri Jagannath Mishra Gaur, Kamalam (1905-1996)
Date of Birth of Late Shri 'Kamal' Joe 1905
Birthplace - Buxar, District Bhojpur, Bihar
Father's Name- Pt. Mr. Ambika Prasad Mishra,
Place of Education - Sasaram, Buxar, Patna, and Calcutta
Achievements in Hindi after university education-
Literary Rain 1929, Brajmandal University, Mathura
Passed in Vidyalankar examination 1930, Vidyut Samiti, Ayodhya
Famous All India Famous for the epic 'Prakrit Purush'
The title recognized by the literary institution 'Sahitya Vachaspati' awarded to D. Litt.
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