Gujarati literature
The history of Gujarati literature may be traced to 1000 AD, and this literature has flourished since then to the present. It is unique in having almost no patronage from a ruling dynasty, other than ...
Gandhi Was Shot On January 30th, 1948 By The Hindu Fanatic Nathuram Godse.
The 20th century's most famous apostle of non-violence himself met a violent end. Mohandas Mahatma ('the great soul') Gandhi, who had taken a leading role in spearheading the campaign for independence...
India without Gandhi
On January 30th 1948, Mahatma Gandhi was assassinated in Delhi, by a Hindu extremist opposed to his conciliatory policies towards the subcontinent's Muslims and overtures of peace to Pakistan. We repr...
Gandhi Was Shot On January 30th, 1948 By The Hindu Fanatic Nathuram Godse.
The 20th century's most famous apostle of non-violence himself met a violent end. Mohandas Mahatma ('the great soul') Gandhi, who had taken a leading role in spearheading the campaign for independence...
Shamal Bhatt
Shamal Bhatt (Gujarati: શામળ) was a Gujarati narrative poet of the middle age in Gujarati literature. He is known for his "padya-vaarta" (narrative poetry).
The dates of his birth differs accordin...
List of loanwords in Gujarati
Gujarati has a history of borrowing words from other languages it has encountered. It has had many borrowings from Persian, Arabic, and Portuguese. In recent times, English words have also been used. ...
Harilal Upadhyay
Shri Harilal Upadhyay (Gujarati: હરિલાલ ઉપાધ્યાય) ((1916-01-22)22 January 1916 – 15 January 1994(1994-01-15)) was a Gujarati author, considered as one of the all-time great authors in the Gujarati lan...
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Ravji Patel
Ravji Patel (1939–1968) was a modernist poet and novelist in Gujarati. He was born in Vallavpura village in Kheda District of Gujarat. His only collection was published posthumously titled 'Angat' ( 1...
Nanalal Dalpatram Kavi
Nanalal Dalpatram Kavi (Gujarati: નાનાલાલ દલપતરામ કવિ) was a noted author and poet of Gujarati literature, and was given a title of "Kavishwar" (God of Poets) by people of Gujarat. His name is so...
Tribhuvandas Luhar
Tribhuvandas Purushottamdas Luhar, better known by his pen name Sundaram, (Devnagri:सुन्दरम,Gujarati:સુન્દરમ), (22 March 1908 – 13 January 1991) was a Gujarati poet and author from India.
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Gujarati Vishwakosh
Gujarati Vishwakosh (Gujarati:ગુજરાતી વિશ્વકોશ, Literally: Gujarati Encyclopedia) is an encyclopedia in Gujarati, one of the Indian official languages. This can be considered as a first full encyclope...
Bhoja Bhagat
Bhoja Bhagat (1785–1850), also known as Bhojal or Bhojalram was a Hindu saint poet from Gujarat, India.
Bhoja or Bhojo was born in 1785 in Leva Kanbi caste at village named Fattehpur or Devkigalo...
Bhagavadgomandal
Bhagavadgomandal (Gujarati: ભગવદ્ગોમન્ડલ) is a Gujarati Encyclopedia and Gujarati to Gujarati dictionary.Conceived by King Bhagvatsingh of Gondal (ગોંડલના ઠાકોરસાહેબ) in 1928, this dictionary spreads ...
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Balwantray Thakore
Balwantrai Thakore (Balavantarāya Kalyāṇarāya Ṭhākora, Gujarati: બ.ક.ઠાકોર or બળવંતરાય ઠાકોર) (1869-1952), as popularly he is known, was a "Poem-teacher" or "Kavita-Shikshak" in Gujarati literature.
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Sal Mubarak
Saal Mubarak (Gujarati: સાલ મુબારક, Hindi: साल मुबारक), is a traditional Hindu Gujarati greeting reserved for use on Diwali and Gujarati New Year, which is a day after Diwali, the Hindu festiv...
Chandrakant Bakshi
Chandrakant Keshavlal Bakshi (Gujarati: ચંદ્રકાંત કેશવલાલ બક્ષી) (20 August 1932 – 25 March 2006) was a Gujarati author. He is also addressed as Bakshi or Bakshibabu.
He was one of the three chi...
Atma Siddhi
ATMASIDDHIJI is a spiritual treatise in verse, composed in Gujarati by the nineteenth century Jain mystic poet Shrimad Rajchandra (1867–1901 C.E.). Atma according to Jainism means "soul" or the "...
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Gujarati Literary Academy
The Gujarati Literary Academy (GLA) is a charity based and registered in the UK and a membership organisation, open to all, whose stated aim is "to promote the study, use and enjoyment of Gujarati Lit...
Jai Jai Garavi Gujarat (Poem)
(de facto)Jai Jai Garavi Gujarat (Gujarati: જય જય ગરવી ગુજરાત) is a poem written by Gujarati poet, Narmad in the 19th century. It is used as an official state song during ceremonies of Government...
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Narsinh Mehta
Narsinh Mehta (Gujarati:નરસિંહ મહેતા) also known as Narsi Mehta or Narsi Bhagat (1414–1481) was a poet-saint of Gujarat, India, and a member of the Brahmin Nagar community, notable as a bhakta, an exp...
Taarak Mehta
Taarak Mehta is an Indian columnist, humorist, writer and playwright who is best known for the column Duniya Na Undha Chasma in the Gujarati language. He has translated and adapted several comedies in...
Gujarat Vidhya Sabha
Gujarat Vidhya Sabha, originally called Gujarat Vernacular Society is a literary institution for the promotion of vernacular Gujarati literature and education, and for the collection of manuscripts an...
Govardhanram Tripathi
Govardhanram Madhavram Tripathi (Gujarati: ગોવર્ધનરામ માધવરામ ત્રિપાઠી) was an Indian Gujarati language novelist of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. He is known for his four volume novel, Saras...
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Khojki
Khojki (Urdu: خوجكى‎, Sindhi: خوجڪي खोजकी ) or Khojiki was a script used almost exclusively by the Khoja community of parts of South Asia such as Sindh. It was employed primarily to rec...
Gujarati language
Gujarati /ɡʊdʒəˈrɑːti/ (ગુજરાતી Gujarātī [ɡudʒəˈɾaːt̪i]) is an Indo-Aryan language native to the west Indian region of Gujarat. It is part of the greater Indo-European language family. Gujarati is des...
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Narmadashankar Dave
Narmadashankar Lalshankar Dave (Gujarati: નર્મદાશંકર લાલશંકર દવે) (August 24, 1833 – February 26, 1886), popularly known as Narmad, was a Gujarati author, poet, scholar and public speaker.
Nar...