Anil Chavda is a Gujarati language artist, essayist and feature writer from Gujarat, India. A portion of his works incorporate Savaar Laine (Bringing the Dawn to You) (2012), an assortment of ghazals (a beautiful structure), which won him the 2014 Yuva Puraskar scholarly honor, founded by the Sahitya Akademi (National Academy of Letters) in Delhi. He is likewise a beneficiary of the Shayda Award (2010) (INT-Mumbai), the Yuva Gaurav Puraskar (2013) from the Gujarat Sahitya Akademi and the Ravji Patel Award from the Gujarat Samachar and Samanvay. Alongside ghazal, he has worked in different types of verse like Geet (tune), Achhandas (free stanza verse) and the piece. Ek Hati Vaarta (Once, There Was a Story) is his brief tale assortment. He has showed up on a few TV and radio projects on All India Radio and Doordarshan.
Anil Chavda was brought into the world on 10 May 1985, in Karela (Lakhtar), a town in the Surendranagar region (Gujarat, India), to Premajibhai and Manibahen. He finished his essential training at the Karela Prathamik Shala, Lakhtar in 1999. He finished his Standard 10 out of 2000 from the Siddharth High School, Wadhwan, and Standard 12 of every 2002 from Navsarjan Highschool, Ahmedabad. He procured his Bachelor of Arts degree (Gujarati writing) in 2005 from H.K. Expressions College, Ahmedabad; his Master of Arts degree (Gujarati writing) in 2007 from Saraspur Arts and Commerce College, Ahmedabad; and a Bachelor of Education degree (Gujarati Literature) in 2008 from Chanakya Vidyalay, Ahmedabad. He likewise qualified for a recognition in news coverage in 2009 from Bhavan’s College, Ahmedabad. Chavda wedded Ranjan on 18 February 2011; the couple have a child, Arth.
Chavda started composing verse during his school years and was affected by notable Gujarati language artists including: Chinu Modi, Adil Mansuri, Sitanshu Yashaschandra, and Labhshankar Thakar. His most memorable distribution was a ghazal in a Gujarati verse diary Kavilok in 2004. In this way, his works were distributed in Gujarati scholarly magazines, for example, Gazalvishw, Dhabak, Parivesh, Shabdasrishti, Kavilok, Kumar, Navneet Samarpan, Parab, Shabdasar and Tadarthya. Starting around 2007, his ghazals have showed up in Vis Pancha (Twenty into Five), a gathering of ghazals by youthful Gujarati writers including: Ashok Chavda, Bhavesh Bhatt, Hardwar Goswami and Chandresh Makwana. He has functioned as the executing manager of Sanvedana Samaj, a month to month Gujarati magazine starting around 2014. Each Sunday, The Indian paper Sandesh has distributed his section “Manni Mosam” (in Sanskar) consistently beginning around 2014. By and by, he serves in the warning leading body of the Ahmedabad International Literature Festival.
On 15 February 2012, he delivered his first ghazal compilation Savaar Laine (Bringing the Dawn to You), distributed by Navbharat Sahitya Mandir. It was respected by Gujarati pundits and journalists including: Raghuvir Chaudhari, Chinu Modi, Chandrakant Sheth, Radheshyam Sharma and Chandrakant Topiwala. In an equivalent year, he likewise delivered his brief tale assortment named Ek Hati Varata (Once, There was a Story). Pundits have noted he has made his very own idyllic language with disappointment, distress and parody as its essential components in his ghazals. The language is portrayed as basic, peruser cordial, clear and brimming with newness conveying a characteristic beautiful stream and musicality of the words as well as of the substance too. He has added to the Gujarati Geet (melody). The outstanding parts of his melodies are the dream and the nature of their portrayals. Chavda has likewise deciphered exactly 19 books in Gujarati. Aameen (2014) is an interpretation of sonnets by Alok Shrivastav Chavda made an interpretation of from Hindi to Gujararti. In 2022, he published his second collection of ghazals, Ghanu Badhu Che.
In 2010, the Indian National Theater-Mumbai (INT) granted him the Shayda Award and Gujarat Sahitya Akademi granted him the Yuva Gaurav Puraskar. He won Takhtasinh Parmar Prize 2012-13 from the Gujarati Sahitya Parishad and the Yuva Puraskar grant (2014) from the Sahitya Akademi, Delhi for his book Savaar Laine. He is likewise a beneficiary of Ravji Patel Award for 2016 organized by the Gujarat Samachar and Samanvay.
- Vis Pancha (Twenty Into Five), 2007. (A compilation of ghazals with other four young poets including Ashok Chavda, Bhavesh Bhatt, Hardwar Goswami and Chandresh Makvana.)
- Savaar Laine (Bringing the Dawn to You), 2012. (collection of ghazals)
- Ek Hati Varata (Once, There was a Story), 2012. (short-stories)
- Meaningful Journey, 2013. (essay)
- Ambedakar: Jivan Ane Chintan, 2015. (A biography of Ambedakar)
- Ghanu Badhu Che, 2022. (collection of ghazals)
- Sukh Dukh Mari Drashtie, 2009
- Shabda Sathe Maro Sanbandh (with Harsh Brahmbhatt), 2012
- Prem Vishe (with Harsh Brahmbhatt), 2014. (Articles on Love written by famous poets and writers)
- Aakash Vavanara, 2013. (Experiences of award-winning teachers)
- Aachare Te Aacharya, 2013. (Experiences of award-winning principals)