Bhopal’s Renowned Writer Shyam Munshi Died Of Covid-19

The literature world has lost another precious gem on Tuesday. The famous writer and Sarangi maestro, Shyam Munshi bid adieu to the world after getting infected from covid-19. He was admitted to the Bhopal’s Chirayu Hospital past few days for the treatment of coronavirus.

He was born in the city of lakes, Bhopal on 20 May 1943. None of the Bhopali knows the city better than him; he even knew the city’s rarest facts and even introduced them in his works. Thus, he was also known as the walking Encyclopedia of Bhopal.

Shyam Munshi was well-versed in the Urdu language and also trained in Sarangi under the guidance of Ustad Abdul Latif Khan. He even made a small Sarang and dedicated it to Ustad Latif Khan.

With his great knowledge about the city, proficiency in the Urdu language, and brilliant poetry skills, he had won many hearts and earned a huge name in the world of art and literature. His popular works were also published in the book “Naksh-e-Kadam Reh Gaye” in which he described the beauty of city Bhopal. “Sarangi Ki Dard” and “Sarangi Humsafar”  were few more famous works of Shyam Munshi.

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