Chintaman Vinayak Vaidya

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Chintaman Vinayak Vaidya (1861–1938) was a Marathi-language historian and writer from Maharashtra, India. He was Chief Justice of Gwalior State for a period.[1]

In 1908, Vaidya chaired the Marathi Sahitya Sammelan. held in Pune.[citation needed] Later, he became involved in the nationalist Congress Democratic Party, which was led by Bal Gangadhar Tilak.[2]

The following is a list of the titles of his major works:

  • Samagra Awalonnati Lekhamālā (1906)
  • Mahābhārat — Samālochan (1914)
  • Mahābhārat — A Criticism
  • Nibandha Aṇi Bhāshaṇẽ (1915)
  • Vālmīki-Rāmāyaṇ Parīkshaṇ (1920)
  • Madhyayugīn Bhārat, Athawā, Hindu Rājyāñchā Udbhav, Utkarsh, Aṇi Uchchhed (1920)
  • History of Mediaeval Hindu India, Being a History of India From 600 to 1200 A.D. (in three volumes) (1921)
  • Downfall of Hindu India
  • Shrī Kru̥shṇa Charitra (1922)
  • Sanskrut Wāngmayāchā Troṭak Itihās (1922)
  • Shriman Mahābhāratāche Marāṭhī Suras Bhāshāntar (1922)
  • Durdaivī Raṅgū, Athawā, Pānipatachā Shewaṭacha Saṅgrām (1924) - a work of fiction based on the Third Battle of Panipat[3]
  • Shrī Rām Charitra (1926)
  • History of Sanskrit Literature (1930)
  • Hindu Dharmāchi Tatwe, Arthāt, Yāsambandhĩ̄ Niranirāḷyā Wishayānwar Vaidyāni Dileli Wyākhāne Va Lihilele Lekh (1931)
  • Vaidyānche Aitihāsik Nibandha (1931)
  • Marāṭhā Swarājya Sãsthāpak Shrī Shivājī Mahārāj (1932)
  • Shivaji – The Founder of Maratha Swaraj
  • Saṅgīt Sãyogitā Nāṭak, Arthāt, Patinishṭhā (1934)
  • Epic India, or, India As Described in the Mahabharat and the Ramayan (in two volumes)
  • The Riddle of the Rāmāyaṇ
  • Marāṭhī Bhāshechi Utpatti

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Citations

  1. ^ Cashman (1975), pp. 176, 187
  2. ^ Cashman (1975), pp. 186-187
  3. ^ Das (1995), p. 499

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