Acharya (Pralhad Keshev) Atre ( 1898- 1969) was an Indian playwright and novelist in the Marathi language. ...more on Wikipedia about "Aacharya Atre"
Anand Yadav is a writer in the Marathi style. He was born on the 30 November, 1935 in a small village near Kolhapur, Maharastra. His father, a farmer, opposed Anand's education. After running away from home, Anand achieved a Ph.D. at Pune University. His writing began a new era in Marathi literature called " Gramin Sahitya". ...more on Wikipedia about "Anand Yadav"
Arun Balkrishna Kolatkar (1932–2004) is one of the most important and influential poets in the post Independence Indian poetry. He was born on 1 November, 1932 at Kolhapur, Maharastra. He had his education as a fine artist from JJ School of Arts and he worked as an art director and graphic designer in many reputed advertising agencies like Lintas. He wrote in Marathi and English. ...more on Wikipedia about "Arun Kolatkar"
Bhalchandra Nemade (b. 1938) is a Marathi novelist. ...more on Wikipedia about "Bhalchandra Nemade"
Dnyaneshwar ( 1275- 1296) (alson known as Jnanadeva or Jnaneshvar) was a Hindu saint and poet who lived in Alandi Maharashtra, India at the end of the thirteenth century. Besides writing nearly a thousand Marathi abhangas, his major works are the Bhagvat Deepika/dnyanadevi, (popularly known as the Dnyaneshwari), a commentary on the Bhagavad Gita written in Marathi and the Anubhavamrita / Amritanubhava, is the work in which he has stated his own philosophy, sometimes called as Chitvilaasavaada. ...more on Wikipedia about "Dnyaneshwar"
Gurunath Aabaji Kulkarni (1923-1987, popularly known as G.A. Kulkarni or GA) is an Indian writer who lived in Malmuddi, Dharwad and taught English at JSS College. He is one of the most reputed short story writers in Marathi. He has around ten collections of short stories and two collections of translations. His main collections are: ...more on Wikipedia about "GA Kulkarni"
Mahesh Elkunchwar (born October 9 1939) is an Indian playwright with more than 15 plays to his name, in addition to his theoretical writings, critical works, and his active work in India's Middle Cinema as actor and screenwriter. ...more on Wikipedia about "Mahesh Elkunchwar" Tell your opinion about http://www.shortopedia.com
Purushottam Laxman Deshpande ( November 8, 1919 - June 12, 2000) was a noted Indian writer in Marathi. ...more on Wikipedia about "P. L. Deshpande"
Pandurang Sadashiv Sane was a famous Marathi author and social activist. He was born in a brahmin family in a town palghad in konkan region of rural Maharashtra. ...more on Wikipedia about "Sane Guruji"
Vijay Tendulkar (b. 1928) is a leading contemporary Indian playwright, screen and television writer, literary essayist, political journalist, and social commentator. For the past four decades he has been the most influential dramatist and theater personality in Marathi, the principal language of the state of Maharashtra, which has had a continuous literary history since the end of the classical period in India and has nearly seventy-five million speakers today. ...more on Wikipedia about "Vijay Tendulkar"
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