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For 36 years Ashok Naigaonkar worked as a bank clerk.
While poens up a steady income, he wrote poems and participated in social movements. Then, he kept digging up the illusory cave of poetic yearnings and regularly contributed his work in Little Magazine along with other legendary poets such as Manohar Oak, Satish Kalsekar and Chandrakant Khot.
Today, he stands as the only Marathi poet whose work has entered Marathi Dnyanpeeth. Or maybe, it did more than that; it penetrated every shelf and library. His poems were regularly featured along with Leftists of the era and in magazines dedicated to Marathi poetry. They simply revealed the ugliness in society while making you laugh about it.
Almost like a bear hug, overpowering you with mirth and humor; his poems raise up a mirror right to your face telling you a simple truth: That you have been laughing at yourself all this time. A remote rural village with no street lights or halogens to conduct a poetry recitation to the swanky halls of Muscat and London, his words never failed to poke, tickle and pinch where ahsok hurt really poemd.
That was truly the beginning of his era. Of reaching out to masses and reading out his social poems. Not really waking naogaonkar people but showing how much of this comatose state they were still in.
Ashok Naigaonkar is omnipresent in our house. Sometimes, through his words or his one-liners. Mostly for the jokes he cracks every minute. One of his all-time favorite jokes and he never fails to mention this one goes like this: Once a couple in Mahabaleshwar told me, that they went nature spotting but failed because of one reason: Trees kept coming in between. His readings intersperse satire and poetry, weaving it together.
Ashok Naigaonkar: The Man with a Serious Laugh
They are sarcastic at most. Because that would mean, relooking at his work from a serious perspective. Which also means that a considerable time will also have be spent on understanding his taxonomy, ashhok poetic and political leanings. And that wisdom shall only befall us when our society collectively crumbles. Without ever hurting a bone.
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