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Occupation  poet
Role  Poet
Name  Makarand Dave

Nationality  Indian
Language  Gujarati
Died  January 31, 2005, Valsad
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Born  13 November 1922 Gondal, Gujarat, India (1922-11-13)
Notable awards  Ranjitram Suvarna Chandrak 1979
Books  Shiva : The Light of Lights
Awards  Ranjitram Suvarna Chandrak

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Makarand Dave, sometimes referred as Sai Makarand Dave, is a Gujarati language poet and author from India.

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Life

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He was born in Gondal, Rajkot district, Gujarat on November 13, 1922 to Vajeshankar Dave. After completing his school education in Gondal, he joined Dharamsinhji College, Rajkot in 1940. He left studies in 1942 to participate in Quit India movement of Indian independence movement. In early life, he came into contact with his spiritual teacher, Nathalal Joshi. He married to Kundanika Kapadia who was also an author, in 1968. He moved to Mumbai later. He served as the editor of Kumar (1944–45), Urmi Navrachna (1946), Sangam, Parmarthi magazines and Jai Hind daily.

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Along with his wife, he moved from Mumbai to Dharampur near Valsad in 1987 and established Nandigram for the welfare of Adivasi people and as a spiritual centre.

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He was referred as Sai by Swami Anand. He was awarded Ranjitram Suvarna Chandrak in 1979. He also received Sahitya Gaurav Puraskar (1997), Narsinh Mehta Award, Aurobindo Award for philosophical and other works. He died on January 31, 2005 at Nandigram, Valsad, Gujarat.

Works

He wrote poetry, philosophy and on spirituality extensively.

Poetry

In Gujarati:

  • Tarana (1951)
  • Jayabharee (1952)
  • Goraj (1957)
  • Suajmukhi (1961)
  • Sangnya (1964)
  • Sangati (1968)
  • Spirituality

    in Gujarati:

  • Antarvedi
  • Tapovan ni Vaate
  • Peed Parayi
  • Bhagavathi Sadhana
  • Vishnun Sahastranam
  • Bhajan Ras
  • Yogi Harnath na Sanidya
  • Ram Name Tarakmantra
  • Shiva Mahimna Stotra
  • Aabhala
  • Sahaj Ne Kinare
  • Ashvamegh Yagna
  • Chindanand
  • Chirantana
  • Dampatya Yog
  • Garbhadeep
  • Janam Janamni Kunchi
  • Mati No Mahekto Sad
  • Shree Hanumant Charne
  • Garudapurana
  • Suraya ni Amantran Patrika
  • Dhummas Ne Pele Paar
  • Chhip no Chahero
  • Savitri Vidya
  • Yagna Vidya
  • Laghustav
  • Spiritual poetry

    in Gujarati

  • Koi Ghatma Gaheke Gheru
  • Zabuk Vizadi Zabuk
  • Dampatya - Yog Ane Nava Lagna Geeto
  • Hava Bari (ghazals)
  • Gulal Ane Gunjar
  • Partiroop
  • Others

    In English

  • Prometheus : The Living Flame of Love
  • Shiva : The Light of Lights
  • Homeage to Mother Liberty
  • Immortal Face Of America
  • Bhaktamar
  • Yoga of Marriage
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    References

    Makarand Dave Wikipedia


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