Acharya Kuber Nath Rai - Main Works

Main Works

  • Andhkaar Mein Agnishikha, Prabhat Prakashan, ISBN 81-85826-61-7.
  • Priya Neelkanthi, Bharatiya Jnanpith, 1969.
  • Ras Aakhetak, Bharatiya Jnanpith, 1971.
  • Gandhmaadan, Bharatiya Jnanpith, 1972.
  • Nishad Bansuri, 1973.
  • Vishad Yoga, National Publishing Hause (Delhi), 1974.
  • Parn mukut, Lok Bhāratī Prakāśana (Allāhābād), 1978.
  • Mahakavi ki Tarjani, National Publiśiṅg Hāuse (Delhi), 1979
  • Patr:Maniputul ke naam, Viśvavidyālaya Prakāśana (Vārāṇasī), (1980) reprint 2004.
  • Manpawan ki Nauka, Prabhāt Prakāśana (Delhi), 1983.
  • Kirat nadi mein Chandramadhu, Viśvavidyālaya Prakāśana (Vārāṇasi), 1983.
  • Dristi Abhisaar, National Publiśhiṅg Hāuse (New Delhi), 1984
  • Treta ka vrihatsaam, National Publiśhiṅg Hāuse (New Delhi), 1986.
  • Kaamdhenu, Rājapal& Sons (Delhi), 1990.
  • Maraal, Bharatiya Jnanpith, 1993.
  • Agam ki Nav
  • Vani ka kshirsagar
  • Ramayana Mahateertham, Bharatiya Jnanpith (New Delhi), 2002
  • Kanthamani (Kavya Sangrah), Viśvavidyālaya Prakāśana, (Vārāṇasī), 1998
  • Uttarkuru, 1993.
  • Cinmaya Bhārata: ārsha-cintana ke buniyādī sūtra, Hindustānī Academy, (Allahabad), 1996

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