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|Govind Vināyak Karandikar|
Dist. 23 August 1918Sindhudurg
|Died||14 March 2010
|Occupation||Writer, Poet, Essayist and Critic|
He was conferred the 39th Jnanpith Award in 2003, which is the highest literary award in India. He also received some other awards for his literary work including the Keshavasut Prize, the Soviet Land Nehru Literary Award, the Kabir Samman, and the Sahitya Akademi Fellowship in 1996.
Life and works
Karandikar's poetic works include Svedgangā (River of Sweat) (1949), Mrudgandha (1954), Dhrupad (1959), Jātak (1968), and Virupika (1980). Two anthologies of his selected poems, Sanhita (1975) and Adimaya (1990) were also published. His poetic works for children include Rānichā Bāg (1961), Sashyāche Kān (1963), and Pari Ga Pari (1965).
Experimentation has been a feature of Karandikar's Marathi poems. He also translated his own poems in English, which were published as "Vinda Poems" (1975). He also modernized old Marathi literature like Dnyaneshwari and Amrutānubhawa.
Besides having been a prominent Marathi poet, Karandikar has contributed to Marathi literature as an essayist, a critic, and a translator. He translated Poetics of Aristotle and King Lear of Shakespeare in Marathi.
Karandikar's collections of short essays include Sparshaachi Palvi (1958) and Akashacha Arth (1965). Parampara ani Navata (1967), is a collection of his analytical reviews.
Karandikar was the only third Marathi writer to have won Jnanpith Award. In 14 Jan 2006 Marathi poet maestro called Ashtadarshane (poetry), after Vishnu Sakharam Khandekar (1974) and Vishnü Vāman Shirwādkar (Kusumagraj) (1987).
Vinda Karindikar died on 14 March 2010 at the age of 91 in Mumbai.
- "Marathi litterateur Karandikar conferred Jnanpith". Indian Express. Aug 11, 2006.
- Fellowships Sahitya Akademi Official website.
- "Marathi Poet Govind Vinayak Passes Away". Mumbai: Outlook. 14 March 2010. Retrieved 15 March 2010.
- Heyman, Michael; Sumanyu Satpathy and Anushka Ravishankar (2007). The Tenth Rasa : An Anthology of Indian Nonsense. New Delhi: Penguin. ISBN 0-14-310086-6. This volume includes several translations to English of Karandikar's nonsense verse.
- Clip showing Vinda's funeral on YouTube
- Vinda Reading his poem `Datakadun Data kade on YouTube
- Vinda reading his poems on YouTube
- Vinda presenting his poem on YouTube
- Vinda reading his poem on YouTube
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