• Linguistic Perspectives and Existential Anxiety in Arun Kolatkar’s Poems
    grotesque. A bilingual poet who wrote profusely in both Marathi and English; Kolatkar's techniques, like many British poets, brings out a blending of casual and terse elements with grim and serious tone: ‘I killed my mother/ for her skin./ I must say/ it didn't take much/ to make this pouch/ I keep...
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  • Tennessee Williams
    Tennessee Williams Tennessee Williams was born Thomas Lanier Williams on March 26, 1911 in Columbus, Mississippi. As a child, he lived with his mother and grandfather. When he was fourteen, Williams too first place in an essay contest sponsored by a national magazine, The Smart Set. At the age...
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  • Hinglish
    ! My schooling has been in my “mother-tongue”, Marathi, and I also studied Hindi and Sanskrit as second languages. I would encourage the author to make his case in any of these languages and if he could do so, I will probably take him more seriously! 4 August 2010 • 2. gajanan said...
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  • Indian Literature
    politician wrote a parody of this sort of poetry in his collection Jhenduchi Phule. Sane Guruji (1899–1950) contributed to the children's literature in Marathi. His major works are Shyamchi Aai (Shyam's Mother), Astik (Believer), Gode Shevat (The Sweet Ending) etc. He translated and simplified many...
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  • Nativism in Girish Karnad's Naga Mandal
    a very important and useful intervention in the evolving dynamics of Indian culture. Nemade, of course, is a leading Marathi Novelist besides being a critic, poet and professor of Comparative Literature. Devy, also a professor of English, is a translator, literary historian, and bibliographer...
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  • Sdsdfs
    playwrights who have made bold experiments in the area of theatrical art and who continue to remain torch bearers of a new resurgence of the contemporary Indian drama are Mohan Rakesh in Hindi, Badal Sircar in Bengali, Vijay Tendulkar in Marathi and Girish Karnad in Kannada. Vijay Tendulkar (1928-2008...
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  • Hello
    gaining material wealth & living the prosperous life, punctuated by discourse to expand each golden nugget. – Amazon.com The Argumentative Indian: Writings on Indian History, Culture and Identity – Amartya Sen These illuminating essays from Nobel Prize–winning economist Sen offer a timely and cogent...
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  • Essay
    Benare did kill an illegitimate child by Prof. Damle, the missing member of the cast. DEPICTION OF PSYCHOLOGICAL VIOLENCE Vijay Tendulkar is a leading contemporary Indian playwright. His Shantata! Court Chalu Ahe(1967) is a well known Marathi play.Priya Adarkar translated it as Silence! The Court...
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  • Science and Technology in Hindi
    came to fore which included environmental imbalance, information technology etc. Many present day science writers shaped their career or hobby of writing science in their mother tongue i,e. Hindi during early 70's or 80's ,prominent among them being Premanand Chandola, Schukdev Prasad, Devendra...
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  • Rudali
    Rudali has been done by so many Marathi Dalit poets and writers like Sharatchand Muktibodh, Baburao Bagul,R.G. Jadhav, Arjun Dangle. Datta Bhagat etc. and Hindi writers like Premchand etc. In his essay “Dalit Literature is but Human Literature”, Baburao Bangul notes that “the cast ridden society and its...
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  • The Stepchild
    . 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 term and expanded its reference to include schedules tribes...
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  • Role of English in India
    ), or in big slums such as Dharavi in Bombay were Marathis, Biharis, Tamils and Kannadigas mix and interact daily together. But there are also non urban lingua franca such as the Sadari in the tribal Bihar and Orissa developed by tribes with non inter-intelligible Austric mother tongues which have...
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  • Dr Br Ambedkar
    ]Early life and education Bhimrao Ramji Ambedkar seen as a young man[6] Ambedkar was born in the town and military cantonment of Mhow in the Central Provinces(now in Madhya Pradesh).[7] He was the 14th and last child of Ramji Maloji Sakpal and Bhimabai.[8] His family was of Marathi background from...
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  • Indian Regional Journalism
    resonance that Khadilkar's long front-page editorial essays achieved with a wide range of readers. The deft style was said to appeal both to the values of a once-genteel but now bypassed high-caste elite and to the cynicism of the Marathi working class. Poor readers welcomed the allusions to...
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  • Nissim Ezekiel and A.K. Ramanujan
    life Ezekiel was born in Bombay (now Mumbai Mumbai). Ezekiel's father was a botany professor and his mother, principal of her own school. He belonged to Mumbai's small 'Bene Israel' Jewish community. In 1947, Ezekiel did his Masters in literature from Wilson College, University of Mumbai. In 1947-48...
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  • Honey Singh
    awards.[8]Further, he has also written folk tales & essays in Gujarati, the book named Thodun sonun, thodun rupun[12]Other books are “Amritasya Narmada” and “Teere Teere Narmada”. These books have been translated into Gujarati (by himself), English, Bengali and Marathi.[2] He has written these...
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  • English
    End of Imagination (Essay) 22   2. 3. Medha Patkar : A Different Kind of Development (Essay) Kiss of Life for Mother Earth : Prophets of New India (Essay) 4. Krishna Kumar : Green Schools in a Greying World (Essay) 5. Chief Seattle (Narrative) : The End of Living and the Beginning of...
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  • Arun Kolatkar
    combines Western literary modernism, American popular culture, and bhakti (devotional) poetry. Here is the fourteenth-century Marathi religious poetess Janabai, planning a tryst with her divine lover: "god my darling / do me a favor and kill my mother-in-law // i will feel lonely when she is gone...
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  • social reformers
    coauthored a book titled A History of Education in India and Pakistan (1964). Irawati wrote a sociological book in Marathi and a compilation of her essays.[6] Autobiographical works Karve wrote two autobiographical works: Ātmawrutta (1928) in Marathi, and Looking Back (1936) in English. He ended the...
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  • knnnokju huh
    Members: 511 805 Newest Essays Project Post Mortem Future Of Fashion Find The Time Sociology Of Sport Performance Management Accounting 250 Internet Shopping Rhonda's Paper Human Resources The Fairness More Essays » Popular Topics Hindi Essay Marathi Essay Importance Of...
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