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Ranjit Desai also called Nagari , is an abugida alphabet of India and Nepal...
: रणजित देसाई) (1928–1992) was a Marathi
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writer from Maharashtra
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He was born in 1928 in the town of Kowad in Kolhapur district
Kolhapur district is located in Maharashtra state. The city of Kolhapur is the district headquarters. The district had a population of 3,523,162 of which 29.81% were urban as of 2001...
- Maza Gav
- Shriman Yogi
- Lakshya Wedh
- Raja Ravivarma
Collections of short stories
- Roop Mahal
- Morpankhi Sawalya
- Mekh Mogari
- Sneha Dhara
- Kanchan Mrug
- Dhan Apure
- Pankh Zale Vairi
- Swar Samrat Tansen
- Garud Zep
- Ram Shashtri
- Shriman Yogi
- Lok Nayak
- He Bandh Reshmache
- Tuzi Wat Wegali
- Sawali Unnhachi
- Maharashtra Rajya Award (1963) (for Swami)
- Hari Narayan Apte
Hari Narayan Apte was a Marathi writer from Maharashtra, India.Through his writings, he provided an eminent example to future Marathi fiction writers in respect of writing effective novels and short stories which faithfully reflect different aspects of contemporary society...
Award (1963) (for Swami)
- Sahitya Akademi
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Award (1964) (for Swami)
- Padmashri from the Government of India (1973)
- Maharashtra Gaurav Puraskar (1990)