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Pankaj Subeer (Hindi: पंकज सुबीर, born 11 October 1975) is a young storyteller and Hindi poet of India. He is a novelist who won the Navlekhan Award given by Bhartiya Jnanpith for his novel Ye Vo Sahar To Nahi in 2010. His research on Ghazal earned him the honorific Ghazal Guru in the community of new Ghazal learners.
Subeer earned a Masters in Science from Barkatullah University Bhopal. He has written for newspapers including Dainik Jagran, Pradesh Times, Sahara Samay. He operates an independent agency named Subeer Samvad Sewa. Subeer has published hundreds of stories, poems, satire articles and ghazals in various renowned newspapers and magazines. Some stories were translated into Telugu, Urdu and Punjabi. As of 2011, he had authored two books, the collection East India Company and Ye Vo Sahar To Nahi.
In 2003 Subeer won the Premchand Samman and Sukavi Pandit Janardan Sharma Puraskar awards. He was also honoured by Saahityik Sanstha Salila. He received a Special award by the Government of M.P. State for editing the work of Sankalp Patrika. Finally he won the 2010 Navlekhan Puraskar from Bhartiya Jnanpith.
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