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Sundar V Nadkarni

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Nationality  Indian
Died  1994, Anand
Role  Poet
Name  Sundar Nadkarni
Subject  English, Kannada

Occupation  Professor, Writer, Poet
Notable awards  Karnataka Sahitya Academy award
Similar People  Jayant Kaikini, Gourish Kaikini, Yashwant Vithoba Chittal, S R Ekkundi, Vinayaka Krishna Gokak

Sundar V. Nadkarni (1938–1994) was a Kannada poet, writer and professor, who was awarded Karnataka Sahitya Akademi for the fiction 'Mandi Mane'. He was the younger brother of Professor and Aurobindo disciple Mangesh V. Nadkarni.

Sundar V. Nadkarni was born and raised in Bankikkodla, a village in coastal India. Sundar earned his high school diploma (1955) from the A. H. School a school from his village. Nadkarni was a Professor of English at Anand arts and science college, Anand, Gujarat. Later in the year 1985, he earned his Ph.D. in English from the Department of English, Sardar Patel University.

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