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Nationality  Indian
Name  Ranjit Desai
Occupation  Novelist, Writer
Role  Writer
Religion  Hindu
Awards  Padmashri

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Full Name  Ranjit Ramchandra Desai
Born  8 April 1928 (age 63) (1928-04-08) Kolhapur, Maharashtra, India
Books  KATAL, Swami (NATAK), Raja Ravi Varma 4Th/Ed.
Died  6 March 1992 (aged 63) Mumbai, Maharashtra, India

Similar  Shivaji Sawant, Vishwas Patil, Kusumagraj

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Ranjit Desai (Marathi: रणजित देसाई) ( 08 April 1928 – 06 March 1992) was a popular Marathi writer from Maharashtra, India. He was born in a Maratha family. He is best known for his historical novels Swami and Shriman Yogi. He was awarded Sahitya Akademi Award in 1964 and Padma Shri in 1973.

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He was born in 1928 in the town of Kowad in Kolhapur district of Maharashtra. He was married to Sunanda Kupekar / Desai.

प्रतीक्षा - रणजीत देसाई मराठी पुस्तक समालोचन [Pratiksha Ranjit Desai Marathi Book Review]


Works

"Swami" and "Shriman Yogi" are considered to be his most prominent creations. He was awarded Sahitya Akademi Award in 1964 for his novel "Swami".

Novels

  • Radheya - A Story narrating the life of 'Karna' - The Eldest of all Pandav's and his tyranny.
  • Swami - Received Sahitya Akademi award
  • Shrimaan Yogi - Based on Chatrapati Shivaji Maharaj
  • Shekhara
  • Baari
  • Kaanchan Mrug
  • Raja Ravi Varma
  • Collections of short stories

  • Roop Mahal
  • Madhumati
  • Jaan
  • Kanav
  • Gandhali
  • Aalekh
  • Kamodini
  • Morpankhi Sawalya
  • Katal
  • Babulmora
  • Sanket
  • Prapat
  • Megh
  • Vaishakh
  • Ashadh
  • Mekh Mogari
  • Sneha Dhara
  • Abhogi
  • Majha Gaav
  • Plays

  • Kanchan Mrug
  • Dhan Apure
  • Pankh Zale Vairi
  • Swar Samrat Tansen
  • Garud Zep
  • Ram Shashtri
  • Shriman Yogi
  • Swami
  • Warasa
  • Pangulwda
  • Lok Nayak
  • He Bandh Reshmache
  • Tuzi Wat Wegali
  • Sawali Unnhachi
  • prapat
  • Raja Ravi Varma
  • Bari
  • Maza Gaon
  • Movie scripts

  • Rangalya Ratri Ashya
  • Sawal Maza Aika
  • Nagin
  • Sangoli Rayana
  • Rang Rasiya
  • Awards

  • Maharashtra Rajya Award (1963) (for Swami)
  • Hari Narayan Apte Award (1963) (for Swami)
  • Sahitya Akademi Award (1964) (for Swami)
  • Padma Shri from the Government of India (1973)
  • Maharashtra Gaurav Puraskar (1990)
  • References

    Ranjit Desai Wikipedia


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