Bihar has contributed significantly in the field of literature in every period. With time, changes the writing style, language, and domain and so does the face, but the level of excellence always stays consistent and remarkable. There is a long list people who helped Bihar in attaining that stature in Hindi literature. He donned many hats throughout his literary career. Be it journalism, essays, stories, poetry or being a literary critic, he became a prominent figure in all those fields. Along with the stories, essays and plays, that he is known for, he also contributed greatly in the freedom struggle and also emerged as a socialist leader.
Rambriksh Benipuri, a literary giant from Bihar and a great freedom fighter was born today
Ramvriksh Benipuri (Author of Ambapali)
He was born in a small village named Benipur in a Brahmin family in the Indian state of Bihar. He had spent nine years in prison for fighting for India's independence. He served as the president of Patna District Congress Committee of Indian National Congress from to during the Indian provincial elections. Rambriksh Benipuri hailed from Muzaffarpur in Bihar and took active part in the Indian freedom movement.