Sai Lokur is a renowned Punjabi writer who is also widely regarded as one of the foremost biographers of modern times. Born in 18 53 at Buland Darwaja, Rajasthan, Sai Lokur is one of the great, or rather, his greatest, biographers. His early writings, focusing on his early love for Queen Elisabeth of Romania and what influence her life had on him, reveal much about the tumultuous time that he was still a young boy. From these writings it is easy to understand how and why he wrote his two greatest books, Sai Lokur and Don Sahib.
In the case of Sai Lokur, however, one of the most enduring legacies of the man who was also his protector, Rajaji Gandhi, lies in his association with the Maharashtra government during the Freedom Movement. He undoubtedly played a key role in the freedom movement and even in ensuring that the struggle continued, although he certainly did not enjoy the liberty himself. A great number of people who read his work feel that his greatest achievement, apart from the freedom of Maharashtra, was his writing of the epic Marathi novel Ajab Prem Ki Ghazal. This was in addition to being a prolific writer of short stories and screenplays.
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The first half of his life was also a period that saw the birth of one of the greatest of Indian writers, Vaishali Azad. It was while working as an assistant to Azad that he began a lifelong friendship with Subodh Gupta, whom he later edited and who is today an eminent writer in his own right. Subodh Gupta, in turn, became one of the pre-eminent figures in the evolution of English literature in India. One of the most striking aspects of Sai Lokur’s life, particularly in his writings, is the manner in which he was swept away by modernism. His views on the caste system were allayed when he began working for Gandhi and the other freedom fighters. It was his association with Gandhi and the other leaders of the British Raj that saw him change his mind about the concept of hereditary rights.
It was while he was completing his education that he also decided to take on a profession that would allow him to work as an editor in a newspaper. This was one of the first steps that he took in his quest to become a published writer. Later, while completing a doctorate degree in journalism at university in Goa, Sai began work on a novel based on the life of Mahatma Gandhi. Initially, the novel was only intended as a short story but was later transformed into a full-length play. Though it has been many years since the play was first put on, it is still known in India as Khaleja.
Another important aspect of Sai Lokur Biography is the impact that his association with Vaidya and Jawaharlal Nehru had on him. As it turns out, it was one of the reasons that prompted him to write a book that was a watershed in Indian writing. It was this book that gave him the exposure and support that he needed to be able to complete what he called Khaleja. In this book, he also gives some history lessons on how Indians were affected by the partition, and what impact it had on their psyche. All these lessons are important for future Indian writers as well
There is also an interesting story behind Sai’s association with Gandhi and his untimely death. It is told that after the completion of Khaleja, Gandhi approached the then prime minister, Jawaharlal Nehru, and requested him not to bury Gandhi in the ground, but to bury him in the house. Nehru refused and explained to Gandhi that as prime minister, he had the power to decide on the disposition of any dead body. But Gandhi did not believe him and instead opted for cremation.