Autobiography Of Marathi Essays and Term Papers

  • dalit consciousness in outcaste akkarmashi

    in the novel. The novel was originally written in Marathi, the native dialect of the Mahar community, to which the author belongs. Limbale was just twenty five year old when he wrote his autobiography. It was published in the year 1984 in Marathi and in 2003 its English translation done by Santhosh...

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  • Term Paper on Bama

    Bama is the pen-name of a Tamil Dalit woman, from a Roman Catholic family. She has published three main works: an autobiography, Karukku, 1992; a novel, Sangati, 1994; and a collection of short stories, Kisumbukkaran 1996. Karukku means palmyra leaves, which, with their serrated edges on both sides...

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  • Example Sports Personalities

    cricket – Sunny Days (autobiography), Idols, Runs n' Ruins and One Day WondersHe was the Chairman of the ICC cricket committee. He left the committee to continue his career as a broadcaster. Gavaskar also tried his hand at acting on the silver screen. He played the lead role in the Marathi movie "Savli Premachi"...

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  • wings of fire

    technology Genre Autobiography Publisher Universities Press Publication date 1999 Media type Print (Paperback) Pages 180 (paperback edition) ISBN ISBN 81-7371-146-1 (paperback edition) OCLC Number 41326410 LC Classification Q143.A197 A3 1999 Wings of Fire: An Autobiography of APJ Abdul Kalam...

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  • Resume

    initiative undertaken to create awareness regarding Gandhian Philosophy and Principles. The task assigned was to create this awareness by selling the autobiography of Mahatma Gandhi to corporate and individuals. Managed to sell 29 books EXTRA- CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Inter college cricket competition...

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  • My Papers

    fiction, philosophy, autobiographies and business journals, listening to music, singing, playing chess. PERSONAL INFORMATION: Date of Birth - October 24, 1989. Sex - Female. Marital Status - Single. Nationality - Indian. Language Proficiency - English, Hindi, Marathi, Kannada. Place : ...

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  • jjjkkkkkkkkk

    translation of the Marathi autobiographical novel Uchalya (The Branded) written by Laxman Gaikwad. The novel being an autobiography, recounts the trauma and suffering not only of an individual but of the whole community of the Uchalyas, branded as ‘Criminal Tribes’. As Dalit autobiography, the novel is...

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  • Tennessee Williams

    have been translated into at least twenty-seven languages, including Tamil, Welsh, Marathi and Hindi. In addition, there are two novels, a novella, more than sixty short stories, more than one hundred poems, an autobiography, a published volume of letters, introductions to plays and books by others, and...

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  • Suraj

    and theatre – the autobiographies are the most popular. Narendra Jadhav, a dalit author, traces this popularity to the fact that when a group of people who have been denied a voice for centuries begin to talk, the natural tendency is to tell their own stories. These autobiographies deal not only with...

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  • Tilak

    first popular leader of the Indian Independence Movement. The British colonial authorities derogatorily called him "Father of the Indian unrest" (Marathi: [भारतीय असंतोषाचे जनक]). He was also conferred with the honorary title of "Lokmanya", which literally means "Accepted by the people (as their leader)"...

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  • Dr. Ambedkar

    Bhimrao Ramji Ambedkar (Marathi: डॉ.भीमराव रामजी आंबेडकर [bʱiːmraːw raːmdʑiː aːmbeːɽkər]; 14 April 1891 — 6 December 1956), also known as Babasaheb, was an Indian jurist, political leader, Buddhist activist, philosopher, thinker, anthropologist, historian, orator, prolific writer, economist, scholar...

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  • Personal

    the techniques he learnt in his films. His interest in religion was evident in his 1935 film, Dharamatma. It was based on the life of the famous Marathi saint, Eknath, who spoke boldly against untouchability. Shantaram was asked to cut a few scenes that bore resemblance to Gandhiji’s name and his principles...

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  • Current Essays 2012

    being Bheemakaya in 1959 and the latest Aavarana in 2007. The first recipient of Saraswati Samman award was Harivansh Rai Bachchan in 1991 for his autobiography. 16. Popular South Indian actress who died of a cardiac arrest on 6 April 2011 after undergoing treatment for a heart ailment at her residence in...

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  • Hindi Dalit Literature

    to the maturity and expressiveness of Dalit literature in languages such as Marathi and Tamil, creative Dalit writing in Hindi is finally reaching a more visible level of popular recognition. Hindi Dalit novels, autobiographies, short-story and poetry anthologies, as well as volumes of literary criticism...

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  • Economist - N D Jadhav

    progress, of hope. …I urge all political leaders and social reformers to read both the autobiography of Dr Jadhav and his treatise on ‘Re-Emerging India’. We must draw the correct lessons from both. Narendra’s autobiography must shape our social and political vision. It must shape our educational policy....

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  • Indian Literature

    Indian literature | * Assamese * Bengali * Bhojpuri * English * Gujarati * Hindi * Kannada * Kashmiri * Malayalam * Manipuri * Marathi * Mizo * Nepali * Oriya * Punjabi * Rajasthani * Sanskrit * Sindhi * Tamil * Telugu * Urdu | * v  * t  * e | Indian literature refers...

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  • The Stepchild

    of religions. Dalit is not a new word. Apparently, it was used in the 1930 as a Hindi and Marathi translation of ‘depressed Classes’, a term the British used for what are now called the Schedules Castes. In 1970 the ‘Dalit Panthers’ revived the...

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  • Gopal Krishna Gokhale from Wikipedia

    Organization | Indian National Congress, Deccan Education Society | Political movement | Indian Independence movement | Gopal Krishna Gokhale, CIE (Marathi: गोपाळ कृष्ण गोखले) (May 9, 1866 - February 19, 1915) was one of the founding social and political leaders during the Indian Independence Movement...

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  • Trends in Journalism

    first Hindi newspaper, the Oodunt Marthand began in 1826. Since then, the prominent Indian languages in which papers have grown over the years are Hindi, Marathi, Malayalam, Kannada, Tamil, Telugu, Assamese, Urdu and Bengali. The Indian language papers have taken over the English press as per the latest NRS...

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  • effect of gandhi on indian culture

    world and one of the principle contributors to modern Indian culture. His writing, newspapers, philosophy, demonstrations, and particularly his autobiography, The Story of My Experiments with Truth, and his quote, “be the change you want to see in the world” will be remembered for centuries to come. ...

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