Anant Priolkar

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Anant Kakba Priolkar was an Indian historian, author and researcher. Born in 1895, he started writing while he was in school and his writing stopped only with his death in 1973. His book entitled, "The Goa Inquisition", is considered as his master piece. He was also elected as the President of the Akhil Bharatiya Marathi Sahitya Sammelan held in 1951 at Karwar. He strongly advocated for the merger of Goa in Maharashtra and he also considered Konkani as a dialect of Marathi language. He died in 1973.

Bibliography[edit]

Primary[edit]

  • [1][2]* The Goa Inquisition (A Quatercentenary Commemoration Study of the Inquisition in India, printed by V. G. Moghe at Mumbai University Press, Mumbai) (1961)
  • Granthik Marathi Bhashya Ani Kokani Boli (ग्रान्थिक मराठी भाषा आणि कोकणी बोली).
  • "French Author of a Marathi Purana, Fr. Etienne de la Croix." Journal of the University of Bombay n.s. 29/2 (1959) 122-149. [Cited in Ludo Rocher, The Puranas. A History of Indian Literature, vol. 2, fasc. 3. (Wiesbaden: Harassowitz, 1986) 75.]
  • Goa Re-discovered. Bhakta Books International,
1967.
  • Priya Ani Apriya (प्रिय आणि अप्रिय)

Secondary[edit]

  • Tadkodkar, S.M. [Ph.D. on A.K. Priolkar submitted to the Goa University.]

References[edit]

Preface by J.S. Sukhtankar and Subhash Bhende to A.K. Priolkar's "Hindustanche Don Darwaje", published by 'The Goa Hindu Association' (Mumbai) in 1974.

  1. ^ The Printing Press in India: Its Beginnings and Early Development being a quatercentenary commemoration study of the advent of printing in India in 1556. Bombay: Marathi Samshodhana Mandala, 1958.
  2. ^ The Printing Press in India: Its Beginnings and Early Development being a quatercentenary commemoration study of the advent of printing in India in 1556. Bombay: Marathi Samshodhana Mandala, 1958.