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|Pandit Raghunath Murmu|
5 May 1905|
(Dahardih)Dandbose, Rairangpur, Mayurbhanj, British India
|Died||1 February 1982(aged 76)|
|Pen name||Guru Gomke|
|Occupation||Thinker, Poet, Writer, Philosopher, Lecture, Dramatist|
|Literary movement||Invention of Ol Chiki script|
|Notable work(s)||Dare ge Dhon
Ol Chiki script, and sometimes as the Santali alphabet, in 1925, used for developing the Santali Language & Literature Santali language . In the eve of uprising of other modern Indians on the Basis of Socio, Culture & Linguistical similarity the Jharkhand state movement political leaders were proposed this language as " State Language" and confered him the title as " GURU" by the Jaipal Sing Munda in the Adibasi Mahasobha at Baripoda held in 1948.He was advocating the religious identity as "Sarna Dhorom" for the nature worshiper people of India. He also worked a lot for enriching the Modern Santali literature and wrote as many as 24 for books during his working periods.
He was born in a village, called (Dahardih) Dandbose, on 05th May 1905 in the Mayurbhanj district of Odisha, then part of British India. He was a school teacher at [Badam Talia) near Rairangpur, in Odisha .
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